Sunday, December 15, 2013

Oreo Cupcake Recipe-Owl Oreo Cupcakes

I wanted to bake some easy cupcakes for this Christmas, so decided to bake these Adorable Oreo Owl cupcakes. It is one of the easiest and cutest cupcake and will definitely be a hit among kids. It is easy and fun to make these owl cupcakes with oreo biscuits. It can be made for all fun occasions and birthdays. Myself and my daughter had a lovely time together making these owl cupcakes. Today we will learn how to make Oreo cupcake and Owl cupcake following this easy recipe.

Owl Oreo Cupcakes

How to make Owl Cupcakes with Oreos
Adapted from here

Makes - 24 cupcakes

Ingredients needed

All purpose flour/maida - 2 1/4 cup
Baking powder -1 tsp
Salt - 1/2 tsp
Unsalted Butter - 8 tbsp (at room temperature)
Powdered white Sugar - 1 2/3 cup (1 cup + 2 tbsp)
Egg white - 3 large eggs (at room temperature)
Vanilla essence - 2 tsp
Milk -1 cup (should be at room temperature)
Oreo Halves with cream  - 24
Oreo -20 coarsely chopped or quartered

Preparation

Bring all the ingredients to room temperature.

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees for 10 minutes.

Sieve all purpose flour, baking powder and salt together.

Method

Line cupcake pan or muffin pan with paper liners and place oreo half with cream side up as shown in the picture below.

Coarsely chop 20 oreos, dust it with a little flour and keep it ready.

how to make oreo cupcakes

In a bowl combine together butter and sugar until light and fluffy. (I used electric hand beater)

Add egg white, one at a time and beat well.

beating butter and sugar for cupcake

 Add vanilla extract and mix well. Add half of the flour and mix until well combined.

adding dry ingredients

Add milk and mix until well incorporated. Fold in the remaining flour. (you can use the electric hand beater at low speed)

adding milk to the cupcake batter

Add the chopped oreo biscuits and mix gently until evenly incorporated. Do not over mix.

adding coarsely chopped oreos for oreo cupcake

Fill  the batter to 3/4 the paper liner and tap the pan gently, so that the batter will settle evenly.

cupcake batter ready for baking

Bake for 18-20 minutes (at 180 degree C) or until a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean. After the first 10 minutes of baking, rotate the pan the other way and bake for another 10 minutes. Let the cake cool completely. You should frost the cake only after it cools completely.

Oreo Cupcake

Frosting Recipe for 6 Owls

Butter - 25 grams
Icing Sugar -100 grams
Cocoa powder -10 grams
Milk - 1-2 tbsp milk
Vanilla essence -1/4 tsp

Method 

Beat butter until fluffy. Add icing sugar and cocoa into the butter and mix well. Add vanilla essence and milk and beat for a few more seconds. It should be of spreading consistency, so add milk accordingly.  

Let's get to the fun part!

To create Owl Cupcakes, separate the oreo biscuit into half and use the cream side for the eyes.You need 2 for the eyes. Apply a little frosting at the back side of the biscuit and stick it on the cupcake.

Break the other piece (without the cream) into half, apply a little frosting at the back side and stick the ears for the owl.

Stick cadbury gems using frosting for the nose and center of the eyes as shown in the picture below. That's it. Kids could even decorate these cupcakes themselves.

Wow!! Look at the Cute, Delicious, Edible Owl Cupcakes. Perfect for any occasion.

Owl Cupcake with Oreos
Here's a close up shot of the Owl Cupcake
Note -Beginners do read  Baking tips for beginners before trying any cakes.

This recipe makes 24 cupcakes, I halved it to make 12. The recipe calls for 3 egg whites. I poured 3 egg whites in a cup and used half of it for 12 cupcakes.

My feathered friends feasting on the egg yolk

Crows
Crows in my garden
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19 comments:

  1. Wow...what a presentation. You will get great ideas to present food Padhu...Very nice

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  2. Nice. Must try it. The owl is really funny. The picture of crows in your garden reminds me of my village home.

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  3. lovely presentation... these look so good...

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  4. A must try recipe. and the idea of oreo owl cup cake is fantastic.

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  5. how to replace egg in the recipe, we are pure Vegetarians hence no eggs

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  6. that looks cute for chirstmas....sorry dear could not catch up long time, now am back on track

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  7. Astute Reporter -You have lot of eggless cakes in my
    Cakes section. You can try that with oreo biscuits.I have not experimented it yet.

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  8. lolx just cute and tempting :) will make for my husband ;)

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  9. Awesome awesome cookies. Just wanted to know if I can make it a day before serving these and if yes how should I store them. And should I be putting frosting before or after

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    1. Thank you for liking it. You can make it a day before and store them in a box/container and cover them loosely with a lid or inverted bowl.You can put frosting before or after but the cake has to cool down completely. If you have frosted the cake, just put them in a container and store them in the fridge

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  10. Can these be made in pressure cooker?

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    1. Yes, you can make any cakes in pressure cooker but use aluminum cake cups

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  11. Padhu.. I did the similar way...but cup cakes became very hard after sometime. What must hv been the blunder

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    1. Some reasons for the cupcake to turn hard - It might be due to oven mixing. Ingredients should be at room temperature.The cupcakes should be removed from the baking pan and should be cooled on a wire rack otherwise they might get over cooking in the heat and become hard.

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  12. How to make this cupcakes without oven?

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