Oreo Cupcakes: Twist, lick and dunk!

I always remember the commercials by Oreo cookies, they are so simple and effectively. Like the one where the kid and his dad communicate through skype while eating their Oreos, or the one where the glass was too small, and they couldn’t reach the milk at the bottom. The classic one is their slogan, twist, lick and dunk!

Vanilla Cupcake base (Make 12)
1/2 cup butter
1 cup (200g) sugar
2 egg
120g flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp salt
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp vanilla

1. Beat butter (high) for 30 seconds. Add in sugar and beat (medium) for 3 min.

2. Add egg one by one and beat for 30 seconds. Whisk flour, baking powder into bowl, after which measure the milk and vanilla

3. Add 1/4 flour in and mix, follow by adding 1/3 milk & vanilla in and mix

4. Repeat these until end with mixing in the flour. Pour the mixture 3/4 full into cupcake case. Bake in preheat oven of 180C for 20-25minutes

Oreo Buttercreme frosting

50g Butter
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 milk
3 Oreo biscuits

1. Put the oreo biscuits into a zip-lock bag, and crush totally leaving no crumbs.

2. Beat butter with the sugar. Add in milk slowly.

3. Add in the Oreo “powder” and mix with the rest.


evan: haha ok next time must remember to take innards

didally: lol! fattening leh : )

sihan: thanks! but long way to go la. haha

jess: try learning baking? i also only just got started

eugene: alright, next time i buy mini oreos : )

aiyo u really went to change? haha. yea it was twist, lick & dunk. coz it cant be dip dunk & lick logically speaking. dip & dunk means the same thing and after dunking/dipping its impossible to lick it, coz its soft haha!

i never knew how to make frosting.. haha. The first time i tried tasted horrible, totally unlike cream. How much exactly is one cup in terms of grams???

katy: haha thanks for dropping by! yeah do try the oreo cupcakes, looking forward for your post

jennifer: yay! make some for him dear, rmb to blog on it :)

hilary: haha its not exactly silver? that’s my oreo buttercream frosting. I still did what’s written on the recipe

for the frosting, is that granulated sugar or confectioner’s sugar?

it looks great and very tasty (:

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