Homemade Birthday Cake Oreos

Growing up, My mom did all of the cooking/baking our home. However, there was always one go-to dessert that both me and my younger sister could make and that we both LOVED, Homemade Oreos. We all just love these! 

This recipe is a fun homemade take on the Birthday Cake Oreos that have hit the stores. As soon as I saw them I knew it would be fun to adapt our family recipe to make them “Birthday Cake” style :)  The end result… DELICIOUS! The cake batter frosting is incredible!


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  1. Sarah E.

    You are my hero. I searched far and wide for them when they came out and NO ONE up here in up up upstate, nearly Canada, New York had them.

  2. Camille

    These look delicious and easy! I can't wait to try them!!

  3. sally @ sallys baking addiction

    Nikki - OMG. You are the cookie queen. Seriously. Between these, your s'more cookies, and your cake batter pudding cookies - you deserve a CROWN. Plus, anything with sprinkles makes me weak at the knees!!!!

  4. Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel

    You're the awesome cookie queen, Nikki! Love these SO much and want to make them ASAP. And you know me, anything with sprinkles is perfection.

  5. ValleyWriter

    Like Sarah E, I've been looking for these in stores for months - to no avail. So excited I can make them for myself now!!

  6. Renee

    how many birthday oreo cookies does a batch make?

    1. Chef in Training

      It makes about 2 dozen formed birthday oreo cookies. thanks for asking! have a great day :)

  7. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust

    Ohmigosh I love these Nikki! Cake Batter flavor and homemade Oreos...I may never leave my couch with these babies.

  8. Kris

    Hi Nikki,

    Just reading through this delicious recipe and curious as to how a seemingly runny and smooth cake batter can be rolled into balls and baked like cookies? I was going to attempt tonight, but I'm not quite sure how I'm supposed to take what I know to be batter (you've called it dough) and make balls?

    Would love your help!


    1. Chef in Training

      You use dry cake mix and then mix that with the oil and egg measurements above. You do not make it as the box directs you to. Te dough ends up being like cookie dough when you follow the above directions. I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any more questions and how they turn out for you! Have a great day :)

  9. Courtney

    Can you freeze ( then defrost) for later date? If so, any suggestions? Can't wait to make these!

    1. Chef in Training

      yes, you definitely can! I do this all the time. Just place in a freezer safe tupperware (with lid) and then pull out one as a time as you want. I like to put them in the microwave when I put them out to make them warm, soft and gooey... but you can just let it defrost as normal, too!

  10. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life

    These. Are. Awesome!!! Can you believe that I just tried the cake batter oreos for the first time this weekend?

  11. brianna

    These look delicious. I think I would make them even when there wasn't a birthday, but I love cake batter/birthday cake flavors.