Chocolate Brownie Cake With M&M's, Oreo Cookies & Kinder Surprise Eggs
It's the age-old question: Should you have a brownie or a slice of cake? Even when making your own dessert, you usually have the option to adjust the recipe depending on whether you want fudgy brownies or cake-like brownies, but who can possibly decide?! Because we think no one should ever have to make such a difficult choice, we've created the brownie cake!
For the brownie batter:
- 3 eggs
- 10 oz sugar
- 3 oz flour
- 4 fl oz vegetable oil
- 1 oz cocoa powder
- ½ tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 pinch of salt
For the chocolate frosting:
- 6 fl oz hot cream
- 16 oz milk chocolate chips
- 6 playing cards
- 6 aluminum foil sheets (3x the size of the playing card)
- 2 Kinder surprise eggs
- 4 Oreos
- 3 oz box of M&M's
- Kinder Surprise Eggs, Oreos & M&M's to garnish
1. Preheat the oven to 325°F. Beat the eggs and sugar until frothy. Then add the flour, vegetable oil, cocoa powder, baking powder, vanilla extract, and salt and stir until creamy. Pour the batter into a greased 9-inch springform pan.
2. Wrap the playing cards in aluminum foil.
3. Divide the cake into 6 even sections by sliding the cards into the batter.
4. Unwrap the chocolate eggs, crumble them up, and divide the pieces between 2 opposite chambers.
5. Do the same with the Oreos and M&M's and bake the cake for 35 minutes.
6. Prepare the chocolate frosting by mixing the hot cream and chocolate chips together. Let the frosting cool down a bit before moving on to the next step.
7. Remove the foil-wrapped playing cards from the cake and spread about a tablespoon of frosting on each cake slice. Put the rest of the frosting in a piping bag and use it to decorate the cake. Feel free to top off the cake with more Oreos, M&M's, and Kinder Surprise Eggs.
When it comes to dessert, this brownie cake proves that two is always better than one!
You can find the recipe for the Kinder Chocolate Bar Cake With A Raspberry Mousse Filling featured in the bonus video here.