My boys are growing up entirely too fast. What do I do to stop them, can hardly believe my oldest is already 8 years old!
I really do LOVE birthdays, I had so much fun sneaking around Thursday night after the boys went to bed decorating the whole house. I’m talking good old fashion streamers, balloons and cheesy Happy Birthday signs. It’s so priceless to see their faces when they wake up to see the house full of birthday color.
So, I asked the birthday boy what kind of cake he wanted for his birthday and he told me…..Oreo marshmallow cupcakes. We had a blast putting this crazy, over the top cupcake together. Eat with caution…..these cupcakes may put you in a sugar coma for days 🙂
Take a peek at the boys in the kitchen again helping me. I can get used to having them home from school 🙂 Love my little helpers!
Here’s your line up. Please note I only used half a bloc of cream cheese. 4 oz to be exact.
LOVE my cupcake liners. These are the giant Texas size ones. Picked them up at TJ Maxx Home a few weeks ago.
Let the fun begin!
Oh my gosh, I could take pics of this goofy kid all day 🙂
Yes, the birthday boy requested Marshmallow cream inside the batter….he’s definitely my son huh?
Don’t forget the crushed oreos inside too.
Let the layering begin. Start with the cupcake batter, an oreo and a dollop of marshmallow cream. Repeat one more time if you are using the Texas Size Muffin Tin. Only once for the normal size.
I’d say those look pretty awesome. Nice choice birthday boy!
Yah, loving these 🙂
Had to get some shots of these adorable teaspoons Amanda brought me while we were in NY. Love them, Thanks girl!
Fluffer-Oreo Birthday Boy Cupcakes
- 1 yellow cake mix
- 1/2 Cup water
- 1/2 Cup canola or vegetable oil
- 4 eggs
- 1 box instant vanilla pudding mix
- 4 oz. softened cream cheese
- 5 Oreo Cookies crushed, plus 12-24 whole Oreos to layer inside cupcakes
- 1/2 Cup marshmallow cream plus 1/2 Cup to layer
- Cream Cheese Frosting See the link for recipe
- 5 or so Oreos crushed to sprinkle over each frosted Cupcake
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Using your stand mixer, beat the cake mix, water, oil, eggs, pudding mix, cream cheese, 5 crushed oreos and 1/2 Cup Marshmallow cream until well combined, about 1 minute.
- Line your Texas Size Muffin Tin with paper liners and place 2 Tablespoons of batter into the bottom of each cup.
- Layer with an Oreo then a dollop of marshmallow cream, 2 more tablespoons of batter then another Oreo and dollop of marshmallow cream. NOTE: If you are using a normal size cupcake pan, only layer one Oreo and one dollop of marshmallow cream.
- Top with 2 more Tablespoons of cupcake batter, should be about 3/4 full. Don’t fill more than that or you’ll have a mess in your oven 🙂
- Bake for 25-27 minutes (for Texas Size Pan 18-22 minutes for normal size cupcake pan, or until just golden brown and cooked through.
- Let cool completely. Frost and sprinkle with crushed Oreos.
Have a great new week, see you soon!
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I made this yesterday omg so freakin good made it for my sons 4th bday it was a hit I ended up eating 5 cupcakes haha I had to walk away so far the best cupcake ever thank you:)
Thank you so much for the feedback Sonia! Happy birthday to your son 🙂
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I can’t believe after all this work that you didn’t even eat them! I so need you to move into my neobhgorhiod and send leftovers to the guys…you would be their favorite neighbor! They look wonderful, very elegant with those wrappers, too. It was fun baking with you. I had good luck with that marshmallow frosting, nice and gooey…very gooey in fact!
Hi there! Looking forward to making these! Is the box of pudding the 3 oz small box, or the 4.6 oz bigger box?
oops, just saw another poster asked the same thing…..never mind! 🙂
I made these this past weekend for Halloween to bring to my co-workers! They came out awesome!! What a huge hit. I think I may have to cut back a little on the batter next time, they looked more like mushrooms than cupcakes! LOL But still tasted ah-maz-ing!!! 🙂
I made these for my son’s 7th birthday today and brought them to his class. They all loved them! Great hit! I will for sure be making these again. They are a little time consuming, but easy to make. Thanks for the great recipe!
I planned on making these today but the recipe does not specify what size box of instant vanilla pudding. Should I use the 5.1 oz or the 3.4 oz box? I’ll be sure to report back once they’re finished. Thanks!
The 3.4 oz box 🙂
I made these for a church devo tonight and they were a huge hit! Thanks for the creative recipe, I had been saving it for the perfect time 🙂
Made these today for my daughters 6th birthday! They were a hit and so fun to make!
My jaw dropped when I saw the inside of these cupcakes. Absolutely wonderful.
These look so stinking cute and delish… imagining biting into right now! YUMMY!
Oooh, I’m going to make these for my hubby. HIs birthday is in a few weeks. Last year he asked for Fruity Pebbles as his birthday dinner so I think he’ll love these!
those look AMAZING!!! add that to my list of cupcakes to make! is there a website that those teaspoons can be ordered off of?? So stinkin’ cute! i MUST have them! haha
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Those cupcakes look heavenly! yum 🙂
What a lucky boy you have! He must have been thrilled when he saw the cupcake in his imagination come to life.
Oh my yummy! And I have those same measuring spoons and just blogged about them too. 🙂 I am totally going to have to make these. Two loves combined into one. Ahhhh.
Wow!!! First of all, your boys are adorable! I bet they’re a fun pair- they look like they’re oozing with personality!
Second…the cupcakes…I was sold when I saw the finish product cut into…
Going on my to-bake list!
those look amazing! i have those same measuring spoons and i love them so much i won’t let my husband use them 😉
As someone who adores oreos, this looks like the perfect cupcake!
These look amazing and I think my boyfriend would LOVE them! He hates cream cheese though. Do you think the recipe would be ok without the cream cheese and a regualr vanilla frosting?
Let me know! I am hoping to make them tonight! Thanks!
Absolutely! Use any frosting you’d like. Vanilla would be great 🙂 I’ve used a simple vanilla frosting where you beat softened butter with powdered sugar and a touch of vanilla until smooth and creamy. It’s really easy and delicious!!
Ok great! And you think the batter would be ok without the cream cheese as well?
Happy Birthday to little Mason. Great job on the cupcakes, I’ll bet he was so happy with them….what a lucky kid to have you for a mom. We visited Oceanside this weekend, you’ll have to checkout my blog for pics. We were there for a total of like 22 hours plus had car trouble, but it was still fun hitting the beach…you are livin’ the dream. 😀
These look absolutely delicious! I’ll bet they’d be fabulous with a peanut butter flavored cupcake, too… mmm oreos slathered in peanut butter!
Aww….what cute little helpers! Those cupcakes look fabulous! LOVE the idea of adding marshmallow cream to the batter! Genius!
Happy Birthday Mason!!
You made a great cupcake!
What fabulous cupcakes and you have THE MOST adorable helper!! 🙂
Could I do this as a cake?? We are doing decade cakes for my dad’s 60th (making up for the cakes he claims he never gets!) and I have to make the 90s and 2000s and he would LOVE this flavor – but it has to be a cake 🙁 do you think it will work?
Yes, I think it would work just fine. I would use 2 9inch pans. I would do 1 layers in each pan of oreos and fluff ending with cake batter on top of each pan:) Let me know how it turns out!!
I’d totally line those cake pans with parchment paper! (Like I do everything. Parchment paper is the secret to perfect baking IMO. lol)
So cute! Love them!
Most tempting cupcakes I’ve ever seen! But those boys! Priceless! Loved the pics!!
Oh, wow, the boys sure are growing up! I can’t believe how quickly time flies. These cupcakaes look so yummy especially the interior of the cupcake with the cookie exposed. Love the measuring spoons I have some similar ones and they are my favs.
Yummmmmmm!!!! I may have to make these this weekend!
You are the BEST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
First – Congradulations to the birthday Boy !!!!!!!
He’s a man already :-))))
Well i can say again that I adore you and all the amazing things you are doing in Hebrew we call it : ESHET CHAIL….
It means: 100% Woman who is doing all – Baking, Cooking, raising children, holding the house , cleaning washing, taking care of anyone in the family and doing all :-))))
You are one of a kind
Love you dear – Aamzing cupcakes !!!