140mlfermented milk type ribot milkif not whole milk, let stand 15 min with 1tbsp lemon juice or white vinegar
2lightly beaten whole eggs
Creamy Oreo filling
80gof Philadelphia type fresh cheese
0,25tsp liquid vanilla extract
160gfull liquid cream
85gcoarsely chopped Oreo cookies
Swiss meringue buttercream frosting
150gsoft butter ointment
1tsp liquid vanilla extract
115gdark chocolate pastry
2tbsp of whole liquid cream
2tbsp of icing sugar
4tablespoons of hot water
Preheat the oven to 180 ° C traditional heat. Butter and flour 3 round molds 15cm in diameter. Separately, mix the milk and vinegar and let stand for a few minutes. In a bowl, combine the flour, sugar, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
Gradually incorporate the milk, coffee, oil, lightly beaten eggs and vanilla. Pour the dough obtained into the 3 molds and bake the whole for 30 minutes. Let cool then unmold on a rack until completely cooled.
Creamy Oreo filling
Make the creamy filling by whipping the liquid cream to obtain a rather firm consistency. Beat the cream cheese to relax it and add the icing sugar and vanilla. Then add the whipped cream and finish with the chopped cookies. Reserve in the fridge.
Swiss meringue buttercream icing
Then make the buttercream with the Swiss meringue by whisking the egg whites with the sugar over a double boiler. Stop whipping as soon as you no longer smell the sugar crystals when touching the whites. Transfer the egg whites directly to the food processor bowl and start whisking at maximum speed until the sides of the bowl cool.
Gradually add 150g of very soft butter while continuing to whisk at medium speed. If the meringue falls back, it's normal, you have to continue whipping. Add the vanilla and whisk one last time on low speed. Put in the fridge while waiting for the rest.
Prepare the chocolate topping by melting the chocolate and the cream in a double boiler. Smooth everything out, then remove from the heat and add the icing sugar, mixing well then the hot water. Let cool to room temperature.
Assemble the layer cake by placing a round cardboard support on a turntable. Otherwise, place directly on the serving dish. Take the 1st cake, fix it on the support using a knob of icing. Cover the 1st cake with a layer of creamy Oreo filling then place the 2nd cake. Repeat the operation once.
Place a thin layer of Swiss meringue buttercream on top of the last cake and spread over the layer cake with a spatula in a very thin layer. Put in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Then cover the entire layer cake with the same cream and smooth everything.
Apply chocolate sprinkles to the base of the layer cake. Carefully pour the chocolate coating on top of the layer cake and slide it with a spatula on the sides of the cake. With a pastry bag, place small domes of whipped cream on the topping and decorate with small cookies.
Store in a cool place, then return to room temperature for about 20 minutes before tasting.
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