When following a food video Ticktaku Then you may have come across this viral recipe by fitwaffle. I love all forms of oreo and chocolate cake, and I couldn’t resist trying this incredibly simple three-component oreo cake. No oven required. Ready within 3 minutes. It looked too good to be true.
When I tried it myself, it was definitely sold out. At the moment when the thirst for chocolate cake hits and there is no energy to make the whole vegan chocolate from scratch, this is a hit on the spot.
I happened to have dark chocolate chips in my house, so I melted them in the microwave and poured them on the cake. Then I added some crushed oreos on top to decorate.
Individual Ramekin cakes are great for light meals, but I think they can also be an elegant dinner party dessert. Just dress up with a flashy garnish and you’re ready to go. Chocolate ganache, fresh berries, toasted coconut, salted caramel … the options are endless.
To make a layer of cake, it is recommended to double the recipe and use a microwave safe 10 cm cake can.
A few days after trying this recipe, I tried to make a more substantive round of cakes and decided to bake in the oven instead of the microwave. Not light and fluffy, but a very fluffy and elastic cake left. It was still delicious, but not as successful as a microwave cake.
-1 pack of Oreo (about 14 biscuits)
-125 ml of vegan milk (soy milk, oat milk, coconut milk, etc.)
-1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Place the biscuits in a transparent bag and use a rolling pin (or bottle) to grind the biscuits into small pieces.
Transfer the crumbs to a bowl and add vegan milk and baking powder. Stir well to make a loose cake dough.
Lightly oil and pour the batter into a small Ramekin with a bottom lined with baking paper.
Heat each Ramekin in the microwave for 2 minutes. Remove the cake from the Ramekin and warm it with a small drop of melted chocolate (optional) or let it cool.