Peppermint Oreo Cake

It is now the week of Christmas and I have the perfect dessert to share with you! There’s peppermint, chocolate and frosting. What could be better?

Peppermint-Oreo-Cake

I took my Oreo cake and Christmasified it. (Is Christmasified a word? I’m going to say it is.) I seem to be making a lot of cakes lately and this is definitely one to add to our Christmas traditions.

I modified my Oreo cake recipe to use Trader Joe’s gluten free peppermint Oreos instead of the plain ones. Then I used crushed candy canes around the edges of the cake, and mixed some of the crushed candy canes and red food coloring into the icing to decorate.

Enjoy! And have a lovely Christmas week!πŸ™‚

Update: I just noticed that Fiesta Friday is celebrating its 100th week. How exciting! As it’s Christmas Day I thought it would be fitting to bring this cake along. Thank you so much to Angie for creating and hosting Fiesta Friday, as well as the co-hosts this week, Judi, Molly, Steffi, and Suzanne. I love seeing the new recipes everyone brings. Have a very merry Christmas!πŸ™‚

19 thoughts on “Peppermint Oreo Cake”

  1. What a pretty cake with all of the right flavors for the holidays. Can’t go wrong with Oreos – always a favorite! By the way Christmasfied is a word! Thanks for coming to the big party – Fiesta Friday #100 and sharing this delicious cake. Happy Holidays…

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  2. Oh hello there! Long time no ‘see’. I hope everything is okay with you.

    I am glad you are here to celebrate FF#100 with us. This cake sounds absolutely delish! I am having a slice now and I’ll come later for another one.πŸ˜›

    Happy FF#100 and have a blessed year ahead! xx

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  3. If Chrismassified existed, this would be the picture that accompanied its dictionary entry! Loving it – thanks for sharing this beauty with us at Fiesta Friday where it will take pride of place in the centre of the display!
    Ginger x

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