This Crock Pot Oreo Cake is rich, decadent and surprisingly easy to make! It is the perfect cake to make to treat you and yours or to bring to a potluck!
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How to Make an Oreo Cake in a Slow Cooker
Aunt Lou here.
Around here, I am also know as the Sugar Princess. It is a duty I take very seriously. 😉 So when I was trying to think up a delicious dessert, my mind went to some of my favorite sweet treats….Oreo Blizzard, Dirty Pudding, Cake….and so now you have this delicious cake with a rich cream cheese icing. I highly recommend it! Whether you make it for a treat for your family or to take to potluck, it is sure to get rave reviews!
Crock Pot Oreo Cake Notes:
- I do not recommend using a casserole crock pot for this recipe. The cake needs room to rise as it cooks while not touching the paper towels (which are there to catch any moisture from the lid). A 6-quart crock pot is best.
- You will want to make this in a slow cooker that you know cooks evenly and does well with cakes. Baking in a slow cooker can be challenging, so using a slow cooker that you know bakes well is highly recommended.
- When baking, it is incredibly important to watch it closely the first time you make it.
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Crock Pot Oreo Cake Recipe
Crock Pot Oreo Cake
- 1 white cake mix prepared
- 12 Oreo cookies crushed
- 8 oz block cream cheese softened
- 1/2 cup butter softened
- 3 cups powdered sugar sifted
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 14 Oreo cookies crushed, divided
- Gently stir the crushed Oreos into your prepared cake mix
- Pour your cake mix into a lightly greased 6-quart crock pot
- Place 2-3 paper towels underneath your lid, cover and cook on high for 1-1.5 hours
- Remove insert from the crock pot and place on a heat-safe surface to cool, removing the lid and cover with a clean dish towel
- While your cake is cooling, mix together your cream cheese, butter, vanilla, milk, adding in a little bit of your sifted powdered sugar.
- Once your icing is smooth, add in the crumbs from 12 of your cookies and mix until well combined
- Spread your icing over your cooled cake and sprinkle remaining cookie crumbs on top
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I’m not sure on my crockpot/slow cooker in regards to cakes because I’ve never used them for that. How would I go about making this the normal way in the oven. I like the ingredients & so would my 78 yr hubby.
Aunt Lou says
I haven’t tried this in the oven yet. If I did, I would try using the direction on the back of my cake mix box. If you give it a try, let me know how it turns out!
I made this and my husband and son loved it! I made it in a 9×13 pan and baked it in the oven according to the time on the box of cake mix. I also used 2 cups of powdered sugar in the frosting instead of the 3 cups. A great recipe I will definitely be making this again!
Aunt Lou says
I’m so glad they loved it Jodi! Thank you for taking the time to let me know you guys enjoyed it!
Hi would there be a recipe adjustment for making this in the Ninja Foodi? Please…
Aunt Lou says
I haven’t tried making this with the slow cooker feature on a Foodi, but it should work. If you haven’t baked in your Foodi before, watch it closely the first time you make it to make sure it doesn’t cook hot or cold….meaning it doesn’t get done earlier than mine did or take longer than mine did. Enjoy!