This 3-ingredient Oreo cake will be your new fave dessert

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Oreo anything is delicious, right? Chocolate cookies and creamy icing can never be wrong. That’s part of the reason this Oreo cake recipe from Eloise Head on Instagram is so great. The other thing that makes it so good is that it only takes three ingredients to make. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

It all starts with Oreos. You’ll need 28 Oreo cookies and you’ll want to separate the cream from the cookie. Put the cookies in a resealable bag and crush them to death. You want them to be powder. You could probably do this in a food processor, but this is way more fun.

To the bowl of cookies, add a teaspoon of baking powder and 250 ml of milk. From there, collect all the cookie cream together and add it into the bowl with the rest of the ingredients. Mix it all until it’s smooth.

Next, you’ll need a silicon microwave-safe cake pan or some other microwave-safe dish. Brush some oil around the pan so nothing sticks and put some parchment paper at the bottom. Pour the cake batter in and then microwave on high for six minutes.

An Oreo cake you can make with only 3 ingredients? Yes, please!

Once it’s cool, slide the cake out of the pan and cover the whole cake in chocolate ganache. They say this is optional but chocolate ganache is never optional. If you have any Oreos left over, you can crush them up and sprinkle them over the cake.

A quick note! Because this is made in the microwave, the texture is not going to be like what you’re used to. It’s not going to be like when you bake it in the oven. It’s going to be pretty moist and the texture is going to be a little rubbery. Not gross-rubbery, just not what you might be expecting.

Other than that, this looks amazing! Just find yourself a good chocolate ganache recipe and you’ll be all set. Who knew you could make a cake out of Oreos, milk, and baking powder? I bet you can do this with different flavors too. Imagine peanut butter and chocolate Oreo cake. Or chocolate and mint? Yum!

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Does this Oreo cake look good to you? Will you be trying it out? Let us know in the comments below!