I've been spending every possibly last minute baking this month, I think it's something to do with the summery weather!

I recently took cupcake recommendations from family and friends.
My boyfriends brother-in-law suggested Oreo Cupcakes, so yesterday I baked them!

12 - 16 Cupcake Cases
150g Self Raising Flour
150g Caster Sugar
150g Butter
2 Eggs
1 Tsp Baking Powder
2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
12g Dark Chocolate Chips
12g White Chocolate Chips
Vanilla Frosting
Chocolate Frosting
1 Pack of Oreos
1 Box of Mini Oreos

Step 1:
Preheat Oven to 180 Degrees Celcius.
Weight Out Ingredients and pop FlourSugar and Butter together Mixing at Medium Speed with your Mixer.

Step 2:
Add Eggs and Cocoa Powder and Mix.
Add Vanilla ExtractChocolate Chips Baking Powder and Mix at Medium Speed again until all combined and smooth.

Step 3:
Spoon 1 Tsp of Mixture into 16 - 20 Cake Cases and pop 1 Oreo on top of the teaspoon Mixture in each Cupcake Case.
Add the rest of the Mixture over the Oreo to about half way into each Cupcake Case and place into the Oven for 10 - 15 Minutes.

Step 4:
Remove from Oven once baked through and Leave to Cool.
Pipe Frosting on each Cupcake alternating with Vanilla and Chocolate.

Step 5:
Crumble Oreo crumbs on top of the frosting and then Add 3 Mini Oreos per Cupcake to complete the decoration.

They're ready to eat!

These cupcakes are so adorable and great for picnics or parties!
Perfect for any Oreo or Chocolate lover!

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