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Standing Ovation (Recipe: Chocolate Covered Oreo Cookie Cake)

Ella, who will be 3 at the end of May, is officially potty trained. We have been off and on working on potty training for the past 2 months, but it wasn’t until the last 2 weeks that we have seen progress. She is now at the point where she will tell us that she has to go to the bathroom, she stays dry all day and all night, and it seems like she is finally getting it. My goal was to have her potty trained by the time the baby was born, so I am thrilled (and knocking on wood at the same time!).

For the past 2 months, every time Ella will go on the potty, whoever is home will rush into the room and start saying “Yay!!!” and clapping. Everyone, even without telling them to, has been making a big deal out of her success and telling her how proud we are of her. Finally, on Saturday, she went on the potty and the whole family went in and clapped and caused a big commotion. With an annoyed look on her face, Ella held both of her hands up and said “Stop with the clappin’…stop with the clappin!” It was hilarious, like she was finally done with the over abundant amount of excitement and attention for doing something that she now knows how to do!

You know, I believe some things deserve a standing ovation, and in my opinion, being done with diapers is one of them! Another thing that deserves a standing ovation is blogiversary’s. Nicole, who is one of my favorite bloggers, is the talent behind Art and Ailoi as well as Miss ‘N Nick Designs. I absolutely love it when people who have an amazing creative talent take that talent and build a successful business out of it. Nicole, on top of being a loving wife and wonderful mother, has done just that. She creates beautiful stationary.  Somehow Nicole also finds time to cook and maintain a wonderful food blog, which has just celebrated its 1st year. Congratulations, Nicole!

Nicole asked people to bring an appetizer or beverage for her blogiversary, but I decided to be different and make a cake. This Chocolate Covered Oreo Cookie Cake is so simple to make, so rich and delicious, and worthy of a standing ovation itself.

Chocolate Covered Oreo Cookie Cake (from Recipezaar)

1½ hours | 20 min prep

SERVES 16

  1. PREHEAT oven to 350°F Prepare and bake cake mix in two (9-inch) round cake pans as directed on package. Cool in pans 5 minute Invert onto wire racks; remove pans. Cool layers completely.
  2. PLACE chocolate and butter in small microwaveable bowl. Microwave on HIGH 2 minute or until butter is melted. Stir until chocolate is completely melted. Cool 5 minute
  3. BEAT cream cheese and sugar in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until well blended. Add the whipped topping and cookie crumbs; mix lightly. Place 1 of the cake layers, top-side down, on serving plate; spread with the cream cheese mixture. Cover with the remaining cake layer, top-side up. Spoon glaze over top of cake. Let stand until set. Store in refrigerator.

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  1. Anything Oreo-related is my dessert weakness. I LOOOVE them! This looks so good. Congrats to Ella and Nicole :)

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  2. Yum! What an amazing looking cake!

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  3. OH MY!! I want a piece!

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  4. This looks amazing. YUM

    My 3.5 YO is finally potty trained during the day (we think the fact that we moved 3 times in the last 1 1/2 yrs caused the delay; we are ready to try at night but have a week vacation next week so I want to wait until after). Anyway the first few times she went I yelled “woo woo!” The next time I said something else, like good job or whatever. Or maybe clapped. Oh no, it had to be woo woo. She got very upset. Now she yells that she has gone and won’t stop yelling until she gets that woo woo.

    *sigh* :)

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  5. WOW! This is a major keeper :)

    Congrats on the potty training!

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  6. Way to go, Ella! That’s one tasty-looking and much-deserved cake. :-)

    Kathy – Panini Happys last blog post..Open-Face Grilled Goat Cheese Panini with Sundried Tomatoes & Herbs

  7. Hi! I found your blog through flickr – I didn’t realise you’d baked that cake yourself!! KUDOS for creating such a masterpiece of a chocolate cake haha

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  8. I am craving this cake right now!!

    This made me laugh, it hits so close to home! Tayler is 2-1/2 and she’ll be 3 in August. We have been trying so hard to potty train, mostly because she gets too many “owies” (rashes) when she goes in her diaper- probably from the greater variety of foods she is now eating. Even though she can tell you how, and why, she needs to go on the potty, and we praise like crazy, she loves to hide under the ottoman or squeeze behind the couch to do “#2″. And as soon as she does it, she say’s “I’m sowwy mommy”. It’s so doggone cute! But not cute enough to have another- she #4 and I called it done!

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  9. We have just started potty training – what an adventure! I put a pull up on her yesterday for the first time and she loved it…still peed in it, though. Your post reminded me that we need to really play up the praise.

    And the cake is so yummy!

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  10. Hurray for Ella! This will be a big help for you, to have her trained when the baby comes. Smart planning, Kristen.
    Cake looks amazing, I must check out your friends blog–I love a good party!

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  11. that cake is to die for, and Ella sounds like a real little lady… too cute :)

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  12. Yum yum yum yum yum!!!! I’m making this asap!

  13. This looks amazing!!

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  14. Too bad for me because I have diabetes.

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  15. congratulations on all accounts!! The cake looks absolutely amazing and totally delicious…:)

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  16. WOW – I am standing at my desk top applauding you right now for this killer culinary creation!! impressive!!

  17. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Kristen! This cake is such an amazing contribution to the shindig! I am excited. I really appreciate the participation, and such kind words to boot! You are the best.

    PS. My son just turned 3 and has shown no interest in the potty at all. NONE. Until about a week ago when naked, he just went and sat down on the toilet when he had to go. Now if he has underwear or pullups, he would just pee. But if naked, will not have an accident. ??? I haven’t worked on it yet but I think I need to stay home for 3 days and just keep the kid nude!

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  18. LOL poor kid, having people clapping when you are trying to go potty must not be very nice, LOL. What an amazing looking cake! I’ll try to make something for the blogaversary party :)

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  19. Yeah for Ella! That’s fantastic – no clapping here, just jumping up and down for her (and you!)!

    That cake looks incredible! How I wish I still lived out there so you could show me how you make desserts so pretty!

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  20. I love your cake. Yahoo for Ella.

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