Signature Biscuit Box Cake – Oreo

Signature Biscuit Box Cake ft Oreos_Baked by Kirsty

The only problem with constructing a Signature Biscuit Box Cake featuring Oreo Cookies is when to stop adding Oreo’s. Boy are boy are these cookies delicious! It is possible to bake Oreo Cookie crumbs into the cake but for this one we exercised some restraint, we did, however add Oreo cookie crumbs to the buttercream and pressed the few left over crumbs onto the side for a delicious Oreo crumb skirt. We also used them to coat the Oreo cake truffles and to make Oreo Cake Crumbs that were hidden in the buttercream between the layers for a surprise crunch.

Taking inspiration from the Oreo Cookies themselves this cake was made from Velvet Chocolate cake layers sandwiched with white Vanilla Condensed Milk Buttercream and sprinkled with crunchy Oreo Cake Crumbs. Then we lovingly covered the cake with Oreo Buttercream frosting and went to town decorating with chocolate dipped Oreo Cookies, buttercream filled Oreo Cookies, chocolate shards with Oreo bits and Oreo buttercream swirls. Whilst a chocolate drip is optional we think it takes this cake to the next level of deliciousness as does the addition of Cake truffles. It is also possible that a few Lindt chocolate balls got in on the fun and found their way onto the top of this cake.

What would you include on your Signature Biscuit Box Cake? Or even inside? Include it all in your order if you dare!

 

Signature Chocolate Shop Cake

Signature Chocolate Shop Cake ft Raspberry Meringues_Baked by Kirsty

If chocolate is on your list of favourite things – then a Signature Chocolate Shop Cake is what you need when it is time for your next celebration. Chocolate Cake layers are sandwiched with buttercream and any flavour options that will bring your chocolate dreams to life. Drenched in a chocolate drip and topped with buttercream swirls, chocolate shards and sprinkles there may even be room for some candles if you need. Pick your favourite chocolate bar and challenge Bake by Kirsty to turn it into your celebration cake. A 15cm/6inch version with 4 layers will serve up 12 to 16 generous portions whilst the 20cm/8inch with 4 layers could be portioned to serve 24.