Friday, February 27, 2009

Chocoholics Anonymous-French Silk Double Chocolate Oreo Cake






Let me start by saying today was a "chocolate emergency kit" day, or in other words my 12 year old son, who shall remain nameless, but the letters B-E-and N are in his name, was driving me absolutely BONKERS! From sun up to sun down, 100% BONKERS! So when I started to type this post about this extremely yummy, chocolaty, rich French Silk Double Chocolate Oreo Cake, that I made LAST WEEK it almost put me over the top. Hence the reason my "chocolate emergency kit" is almost gone!!



Oh this cake really is just delicious, but I do warn you, the French Silk portion does contain raw eggs. I did a little research, technically I guess your not supposed to eat raw eggs, but my family has been making this for years, and athletes have been downing raw eggs for breakfast for ages and none of us have been struck with the avian flu or salmonella poisoning. It's up to your own personal comfort, and if you know of a good pasteurized egg product, be my guest. But here's the recipe as we make it. Also the cake part is basically a box mix all jazzed up, easy cheesy! Enjoy!



French Silk Double Chocolate Oreo Cake



Double chocolate cake:

1 box any flavor chocolate cake mix
3 eggs
1 box chocolate pudding
1 c mini chocolate chips
1 1/2 c evaporated milk
1/2 oil


Mix cake according to directions but add pudding and bake according to box directions and pan size. Cool, wrap with plastic wrap and freeze for an hour. Freezing the cake only helps with frosting the cake with French Silk, so if you don't want to do this you really don't have to. When the hour is almost done make the French Silk.


French Silk:

1 1/2 sticks butter(only butter)
3/4 c cocoa
1/2 c sugar
2 t. vanilla
3 eggs


Cream together butter, sugar, 2 eggs, and vanilla. Add cocoa and mix on high speed for 6 minutes. Add the last egg and beat an additional 5 minutes on high.


To assemble cake:

1 package Oreo's
Double Chocolate Cake
French Silk


Coarsely crush around 10 Oreo's and cut in half about 5-10 Oreo's. When you frost the cake sprinkle the crushed Oreo's in the middle layer on top of a layer of French Silk. Frost the cake as normal and arrange the halved Oreo's in a circle around the cake. If you want crush an additional amount and cover the top of cake in the center of the Oreo circle. It really makes a pretty cake, let alone yummy.


10 comments:

Joni said...

Okay. Now you've done it. My FAVORITE dessert ever is French Silk Pie. I'm going to try this for sure. I wish you would just open your own bakery! Broken Arrow is completely deplete of a yummy bakery. The community is in need of your services. Then I could just come a buy a slice. Or three.

♫ Spasm ♫ said...

holy smokes, when can I schedule a visit down to visit my sister, yeah, that's it... visit my sister and call Jessie and just happen to drop by after you've made another heavenly dish.. flip flip flip calendar pages.. :)

Marrdy said...

I think you really must be the Devil of Chocolate...I can feel my thighs growing larger and large. This looks delish!

egg said...

this cake looks delicious!!

there's a pasteurized egg brand that I saw at the grocery store called davidsons. I heard they taste better, does anyone know if it's true?

Julie said...

Oh wow! That looks good!

Pepple Family said...

Wow, this cake looks amazing! I cannot wait to try it.

Bobbi Jo said...

Oh my, my, my! I think I just saw Heaven! he he
Hugs, Bobbi Jo

Katrina said...

Holy Cow!!!!! I'm speechless.
I really need to come meet you.

Bertha P said...

Yes, the Davidson's eggs are really good. Safe, even raw -- important for children, pregnant women, elderly and anyone with an illness that compromises the immune system.

Check out the website at safeeggs.com

valgae said...

Oh my.....I think I have gained 5 pounds just looking at that one!! BTW, I have stopped by often just to visit the beautiful creation that is here!! And oh yes, I totally plan to make this one when I'm not being weighed in at Jazzercise!!!! You rock girl!!

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