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Oreo Mug Cake

If you’re craving a delicious dessert but don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, then this Oreo mug cake recipe is perfect for you! With just a few simple ingredients and a microwave, you can have a warm and gooey Oreo cake in just minutes.

The cake is made with crushed Oreo cookies and a few basic pantry staples, making it a budget-friendly treat that you can whip up anytime. It’s also the perfect portion size for a single serving, so you don’t have to worry about overindulging.

Whether you’re a college student in need of a late-night snack or just looking for a quick and easy dessert, this Oreo cake in a cup is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

quick and easy oreo mug cake recipe

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Can I use any type of Oreo cookies for the recipe?

You can use any type of Oreo cookies that you prefer. However, keep in mind that different varieties may affect the taste and texture of the final product.

Can I make multiple servings of the Oreo mug cake at once?

It’s best to make the mug cake one serving at a time to ensure that each cake is cooked properly. However, you can easily double or triple the recipe to make multiple servings (try these mug silicon moulds to make multiple servings!).

Can I use a different type of microwave-safe container to cook the Oreo mug cake?

You can use any microwave-safe container that is the right size and shape for the cake. However, keep in mind that the cooking time may vary depending on the container you use.

How to make Oreo Mug Cake

To make this viral tiktok Oreo mug cake, start by placing a few Oreo cookies into a microwave-safe mug and crushing them with a fork until they form a fine crumble.

adding oreo cookies to bowl to make oreo mugcake recipe
crushed oreo cookies and milk to make oreo mugcake

Repeat this process until you have crushed about 8 cookies, but be sure to reserve a couple of cookies to thicken the batter if needed later on. Next, pour milk into the mug only to the halfway point and stir the mixture until well combined.

microwaving oreo and milk mug cake
oreo microwave cake recipe with whipped cream on top

The batter should be a little thick, like cake batter. If needed, add in more crushed cookies or milk to adjust the consistency. Once the batter is ready, place the mug in the microwave and cook on high for 2 minutes.

Allow the oreo microwave cake to cool slightly before topping it with whipped topping or any other desired toppings. Enjoy this warm and gooey mug cake anytime you’re in the mood for a quick and delicious dessert!

Variations for the recipe

You can customize the recipe by adding other ingredients such as chocolate chips, nuts or caramel sauce. However, keep in mind that adding too many ingredients may affect the texture and cooking time of the cake.

More Oreo dessert recipes to try

If you’re a fan of Oreo cookies and love indulging in delicious desserts, then you’ll be thrilled to know that there are many quick and easy Oreo dessert recipes to try!

Yield: 1 serving

Oreo Mug Cake

oreo mug cake

This Oreo mug cake is a quick and easy dessert made with crushed Oreo cookies, milk, and a microwave. It's warm, gooey, and perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth in just a few minutes!

Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 8-10 Oreo cookies
  • ½ cup milk
  • Whipped cream for topping, if desired
  • Mug
  • Fork


  1. Place a few cookies at a time into the mug and crush with the fork until a fine crumble forms - repeat until about 8 cookies are crushed - reserve a couple of cookies to thicken the batter if needed
  2. Pour the milk into the mug only to the halfway point
  3. Stir the mixture until well combined - it should be a little thick, like cake batter 
  4. Add in more cookies and or milk if needed to adjust consistency
  5. Place mug in microwave for 2 minutes
  6. Allow to cool slightly
  7. Top with whipped topping if desired and enjoy!

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