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Oreo Mug Cake

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Learn how to make cake in one minute with this super fun viral TikTok Oreo Mug Cake Recipe. With only 2 ingredients, Oreo’s and Milk, you can be on your way to a party of one (in your mouth) with this dense, chocolatey, and rich mug cake.

oreo mug cake in a mug with creamy dense chocolaty cake ready in a minute

 

Charlotte and I are big fans of the fun on tiktok, from awesome craft ideas that we put out to our audience, to testing amazing ideas from other creators. A few months back mug cakes became all the rage – and why not? They are an instantaneous way to enjoy a little treat in typically a minute or so and pantry ingredients. When Oreo mug cake began circulating on tiktok recipes, we were fans of the idea but put off trying it for a bit.

But recently we broke down and decided to see if Oreo Mug Cake actually works. The good news is that it DOES work but timing can be a little tricky to figure out and largely depends on your mug size. See below on our best tips to enjoying an Oreo Mug cake in your kitchen in less than a minute or two. 

TikTok Oreo Mug Cake

If you have less Oreo cookies in the pantry cause you ate them all, you can still enjoy this mug cake with less, you just need to get a smaller cup before you halve the recipe.  Now this recipe isn’t much of a recipe as an experiment, because all mug sizes are different. Its hard to really mess up if you watch your consistency and make sure its not TOO soupy prior to microwaving.

Here is how we handled this Oreo Mug Cake recipe tutorial from TikTok: 

  • 8 Oreo Cookies
  • Milk 

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How to make an Oreo Microwave Mug Cake

Place 8 Oreo Cookies in a large coffee mug. 

add oreos and milk to a coffee mug

Fill milk up just below half way of the Oreo cookies and use a fork or spoon to mash cookies into a cookie soup.

It should be dark and mushy with the cookies and while liquidy, it should have more cookie than milk. Should be dark gray/light black in color. 

Place in microwave for 75 seconds on high. Pull out mug and check, your mug cake may need up to 15-30 seconds before done. Let sit about a minute before eating so it can solidify. 

Remember that mug cakes are not the same consistency as a regular oven baked cake and are more dense and “brownie” like in nature. 

TikTok Mug Cake Recipe Should look like This: 

When you get out of the microwave, there will be white in the middle of your mug cake cream

 

 

Oreo and Milk Mug Cake Microwave Timing

Start with around 75 seconds in the microwave, carefully remove (do not stir) and if is too liquid in middle (sloshes) then add 15 seconds at a time until cooked.

The white in the center is normal for the Oreo and milk mug cake. 

tiktok oreo and milk mug cake being eaten on a spoon

 

 

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TikTok Oreo Mug Cake


Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 1 minute
Easy TikTok Mug cake with just Oreos and Milk. Take Americas favorite cookie, the Oreo, and crush with milk - in just a few minutes a delicious cake for one right from your microwave with the sweet flavor of Oreos. Fast, fun, and kids love this mug cake recipe idea! College students and teenagers will rejoice that no oven is needed for thick rich tastes of chocolaty Oreo cookies that turn milk and cookies right into a mini mug cake. Pushed through TikTok, this viral Oreo Mug Cake can be made in minutes but devoured in seconds. Chocolaty, sweet, and only TWO ingredients, mugs make one serving, perfect for a midnight snack. No need to pull out the oven to enjoy a sweet treat (and you deserve it). And once you master the art of mug cake recipes, your taste buds will explode with happiness! Thanks, TikTok!  

Ingredients
 

  • 8 Oreo Cookies
  • Milk

Instructions

  • Place 8 Oreo Cookies in a large coffee mug. 
  • Fill milk up just below half way of the Oreo cookies and use a fork or spoon to mash cookies into a cookie soup. It should be dark and mushy with the cookies and while liquidy, it should have more cookie than milk. Should be dark gray/light black in color.
  • Place in microwave for 75 seconds on high.
  • Pull out mug and check, your mug cake may need up to 15-30 seconds before done.
  • Let sit about a minute before eating so it can solidify. 
  • Remember that mug cakes are not the same consistency as a regular oven baked cake and are more dense and "brownie" like in nature. 

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Nutrition

Serving: 1 | Calories: 552kcal | Carbohydrates: 79g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 23g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 20mg | Sodium: 487mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 37g

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2 Comments

  1. Came out gooey and gross. Maybe it was the almond milk…kept adding 30 seconds and was still gummy. Didn’t use more milk than recipe said.

    1. Trisha Haas says:

      Any time you alter a recipe from the original ingredients it needs to be tested. In this case, almond milk was not part of the recipe, therefore it could not be assumed it would work without a lot of testing. Almond milk and regular milk have varying water contents and is not a 1 for 1.

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