Home made Oreo biscuits

Hello Foodies

Today i want to share with you my homemade oreo experiment.

homemade oreo

This year is the second time i bake that for my daughter’s birthday, except i made the kids do it.

So everyone love that biscuit, especially the kids. They are round, cute, chocolate flavored and full of sugar. How anyone couldn’t like them? I used some star and heart pastry cutters. So girly!

I wanted to try to make them less sweet, kind of (i said KIND OF, not really) lighter. Challenge? Yes i like that. So for our special party, i did it again! Homemade oreo recipe!

I first made a cacao pâte sablée.

Ingredients:

80g butter

80g ice sugar

140g wheat

60 g cacao powder

50g egg

Cream the butter with sugar in your KA. Add wheat and cacao. Combine well. Add egg. Make a ball and put to rest in the fridge.

homemade oreo

Then i prepared a yummy-vanilla-white-chocolate ganache. (this one you can also use for macarons filling)

150g liquid cream (30% fat)

150g white chocolate

30g butter

liquid vanilla

Put the cream to boil. When it’s boiling pour on the chocolate. Add butter. Combine well. Put in a piping bag and to rest in the fridge.

homemade oreo

What do you think? Want to have a try?

 

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  • Anonyme

    Bravo ca à l air tellement bon!!!!

    • peregrination gourmande

      Merci c’est gentil.

  • Oh my goodness, these look amazing!

    • peregrination gourmande

      And it tastes amazing!

  • Those look great, think another benefit is being able to create them in cute shapes like you did

    • peregrination gourmande

      Yes you’re right. I look for moustache shape cutter for my daughter’s birthday but never found it 🙁

  • These look amazing. Do you think you can make the ganache in the thermie? x

    • peregrination gourmande

      I have made some research on the thermomix french recipe site and… good news it seems you can! i’ll send you the recipe on FB

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