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Oreo Cupcakes

These are the easiest cupcakes in the world to bake. I use box mix, so even easier. They taste delicious and the whole house has them gone in record time. I thought I would share with you though it's not rocket science here.

INGREDIENTS

  • White Cake Mix
  • Eggs, (Egg whites actually)
  • Oil
  • Water or milk, (I use milk)
  • Package of Oreo Cookies
  • White Frosting

METHOD
Add cake mix, egg whites, oil and milk according to directions on the cake mix box. The mixture will be a little lumpy, but it's supposed to be. Add 6 crushed up Oreo cookies to batter and mix again.
Pour mixture into cupcake pans that have cupcake sleeves inside. Fill each cup 3/4 full. Bake at 350 until golden and toothpick inserted comes out clean.
Let cupcakes cool completely.
Once cooled, use frosting spatula to make a little dent in the top of cupcake. This is to insert an Oreo into it. After adding Oreo to slot on top of cupcake, use frosting spatula to add frosting. Be sure to gently add to cracks around Oreo. This will keep it nice looking.
That's it. Eat and enjoy!

Makes 12 cupcakes.

Comments

  1. Looks amazing. I often replace the oil with applesauce and don't notice any difference. I don't like oreo cookies but love blizzards, mcflurries, ice cream and cupcakes :)

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

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  2. I think I must be the only woman in the world who has never eaten a cupcake or an oreo. Will have to pass this recipe to the cake maker in my householder

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  3. Looks delicious! I have pinned to try this later.

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  4. I love that Oreos are added to the batter. Scrumptious!

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  5. Boy, these sound really good. I like the addition of the crushed Oreos. Thanks for the recipe!

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  6. They have so many different flavors of Oreos you can use now too so that makes it even nicer.

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  7. Sounds so easy with being able to use cake mix, of course!

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