Super Easy Cake Crumbs And Cookie Crumbs Cake

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cake from cake crumbs and chocolate chip cookies

cake from cake crumbs and chocolate chip cookies

Ever wonder what to do with left over cake, left over cookies or even unsuccessful cookies? I have found a way…a super easy way to turn them into a moist, delicious cake. What joy! I was already really happy to turn my unsuccessful chocolate chip cookies into the best chewy cookies. But I had a big tray of the ‘cookie pancakes’ that didn’t turn out into cookies. Click Unsuccessful Big Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies Turned Out Best for the recipe if you would like to make them.

Unsuccessful chocolate chip cookies

Unsuccessful chocolate chip cookies

There’s still Chocolate Fudge Cake that my daughter, Sharon, made. The cake was really good with ice cream. Imagine eating ice cream in this freezing weather! Definitely not me . But the combination was so good it’s worth suffering. And here again….chocolate cake with ice cream in winter…how brave of me!

Is there a way to combine the chocolate cake crumbs and the chocolate chip cookie crumbs? It should be possible. As long as I can get to the texture of cake batter, I think I will be able to create another cake. So there I went.

It turned out to be a dense, very moist, delicious cake. It only rose a little because I forgot to add baking powder. But at least it was a real success. I think it’s good even without the baking powder. I’m sure you can use any normal cookie crumbs, not necessary the unsuccessful ones.

Here is my Super Easy Cake Crumbs And Cookie Crumbs Cake recipe:

Ingredients A
4C chocolate cake crumbs
4C milk (warm)
4 eggs (beaten with fork)
1/2C sugar (add more if you like it sweeter)
60g butter (melted)

Mix Ingredients A

Mix Ingredients A

Mix all of Ingredients A. mash up the cake with a fork.

Ingredients B
2C chocolate chip cookie crumbs
3/4C flour
1/4C cocoa powder
1t baking powder (optional)

Add chocolate chip cookie crumbs and flours

Add chocolate chip cookie crumbs and flours

Add Ingredients B to the chocolate mixture above. Mix well.

Ready to bake

Ready to bake

Pour into a shallow tin that has been lined with baking paper. Bake at 180 degrees Celsius for about 20 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean.

Soft, moist cake

Soft, moist cake

See the very moist texture. It’s very delicious eaten with a big scoop of good vanilla ice cream. I’m really happy that this cake comes out successful. So if you ever have any left over cake or cookies, just combine them and turn them into a cake. It’s super easy to make this cake and little cleaning up to do, too.

Have fun cooking and baking! Keep Learning Keep Smiling!

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62 Comments

Priya  on January 17th, 2011

WOw delicious cookie crumbs cake,soooo excellent and unique..

somewhere in singapore  on January 17th, 2011

Thanks for sharing, i always wonder what to do with leftovers as it’s a waste to throw it away…

kitchen flavours  on January 17th, 2011

A clever way to used up the leftovers! Very creative of you to come up with a recipe like this. Thanks for sharing!

Mary  on January 17th, 2011

@Priya - Thanks very much, Priya! :D

@somewhere in singapore - Yes, now we don’t have to waste food any more…less stress :D

@kitchen flavours - Thanks very much! :D

makcikmanggis  on January 17th, 2011

idea yang bagus agar tiada pembaziran dan yang penting sekali ianya sedap:)

suituapui  on January 17th, 2011

I’ve yet to try baking a cake. Made beef meatballs today - very nice…will post in a couple of days.

shaz  on January 17th, 2011

What great recycling! Or should I say upcycling? Very cool idea :) I want to try and turn leftover breadcrumbs into cake, see how that goes. I also liked your last post about the choc-chip cookie, so cute that the little 3 year old gave you some treats!

busygran  on January 17th, 2011

What a novel idea to bake from leftover cakes and ‘failed’ cookies! Will keep this in mind!

Belinda @zomppa  on January 17th, 2011

Those are sad little cookies that you made into one happy little cake! Is that ice cream…..

kakasma  on January 17th, 2011

Mary, thank for your comment at my blog,awak pun kena try buat karipap tu..mana tau lepas nie menjadikan…

peteformation  on January 17th, 2011

A good way to turn leftovers into delicious cake. Great idea!

Cathy at Wives with Knives  on January 17th, 2011

What a great way to use leftover cake and cookies! Your new desserts looks so appetizing with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. Thanks for an excellent idea.

Little Inbox  on January 17th, 2011

That’s a wise idea! Not to waste the food and to have a “new” food.

rebecca  on January 17th, 2011

wow thats cool great idea

Mary  on January 17th, 2011

@makcikmanggis - Yes, at least nothing goes to waste :D

@suituapui - Ae you sure you want to try baking. I can only see that it will all end up in your tummy…haha. Would love to see your meat balls. Trust your taste buds :D

@shaz - Upcyling? New term..haha. Yes, I was just so honoured to receive some food from the little girl….healthy ones some more :D

@busygran - Times is bad…need to learn to recycle food :D I know I will be doing this often.

@Belinda @zomppa - Yes, real joy to be able to do that. And that’s right, a big scoop of ice cream :D

@kakasma - Thanks very much for visiting and lovely comment! Oh, I just love curry puffs. Just too oily at this time to fry in the house….too cold to open windows. Maybe I should buy a deep fryer :D

@peteformation - Thanks very much, Pete! :D

@Cathy at Wives with Knives - Thanks very much, Cathy! I’m very happy to learn something new :D

@Little Inbox - Thanks very much! :D Will look forward to more interesting combination, though hope that my cakes or biscuits don’t fail.

@rebecca - Thanks very much, Rebecca! :D

Victor @ RandomCuisine  on January 17th, 2011

Wow! I didn’t know that it is possible to “recycle” cookies and cakes. Thanks for such a great idea!

anncoo  on January 17th, 2011

That’s a creative way of using the leftovers. This looks really delicious!

uma  on January 17th, 2011

brilliant idea to finish leftovers.. end result is yummy!

Barbara  on January 17th, 2011

You are brilliant! Never would have thought to do something like this. I’ll keep it in mind….

Faith  on January 17th, 2011

This is such a wonderful use for cake and cookie crumbs! I’m bookmarking this for next time I’ve got crumbs on hand to use up!

veron  on January 17th, 2011

What a fabulous idea! I’ll think twice before throwing up those failed experiments. It looks delicious too! Thanks Mary!

Katerina  on January 17th, 2011

This is a great use of leftovers. I always have cake leftovers. Thanks for sharing this! It looks delicious. Who could imagine.

Swathi  on January 17th, 2011

Mary,

Delicious cake with cookie crumbs. awesome.

Aipi  on January 17th, 2011

Yum! I’d like to gobble it up..great recipe Mary!

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Ananda Rajashekar  on January 17th, 2011

this is super innovative and best way to make use of thing without waste :)

Magic of Spice  on January 17th, 2011

What a great idea to combine this…the cake does look so very moist :)

lequan  on January 17th, 2011

Mary, you really are a master of creation. I’m really surprised you’re not on any of those master chef shows or something like that. I love that you made use of the crumbs and turned them into a whole new cake. Way to not waste, my friend.

Juliana  on January 17th, 2011

MAry, love the idea of how you turned the “situation” :-) The cookie crumb cake sure looks yummie, specially with the ice cream :-)

Ginny Hartzler  on January 17th, 2011

Goodness, I’ve never seen a recipe like this, you must be so creative and clever that this would turn out good on the first try!! And now we don’t have to throw away faliures, we can create a new delicious recipe with them! Good pictures of the cake, too!

peggyclyde  on January 17th, 2011

Thanks for this unique idea. I can’t wait to try it. Sometimes there isn’t even a crumb left from the food I bake.

Mary  on January 17th, 2011

@Victor @ RandomCuisine - I also didn’t know until I made this one :D

@anncoo - Looks like we can recycle food huh. I would love to try more :D

@uma - Thanks very much, Uma! :D

@Barbara - Thanks very much, Barbara! :D

@Faith - I would love to see what you create out of it :D

@veron - Thanks very much, Veron! I’m sure you can create something out of left overs….maybe a special macaron :D

@Katerina - Thanks very much, Katerina! Looks like you are going to have lots of fun with leftovers :D

@Swathi - Thanks very much, Swathi! :D

@Aipi - Thanks very much, Aipi! :D

@Ananda Rajashekar -Thanks very much, Ananda! :D

@Magic of Spice - Thanks very much! :D

@lequan - Haha…I’ll be chucked out from the show right in the first round! :D I dare not even think of it…haha.

@Juliana - Thanks very much, Juliana. Yes, it is really good with ice cream…mmm :D

@Ginny Hartzler - Thanks very much, Ginny! Yes, I was just so happy and so proud of myself :D Never knew it was possible. Imagine how much I threw away last time. Won’t be any more waste now :D

@peggyclyde - You are most welcome, Peggy! Great if there’s no crumbs left but if there is, you can have fun turning it into something new and delicious :D

penny aka jeroxie  on January 17th, 2011

Clever idea to make sure of the crumbs!

sweetlife  on January 17th, 2011

what a neat idea, leftovers revamped…awesome!!

sweetlife

Jeannie  on January 18th, 2011

I can use my “masuk angin” cookies to make this:D Usually ended up in the dog’s tummy lol! THanks for sharing your lovely cake recipe Mary.

Mary  on January 18th, 2011

@penny aka jeroxie - Thanks very much, Penny! :D

@sweetlife - Thanks very much, SweetLife! :D

@Jeannie - Yes, you can use your ‘masuk angin’ cookies but then, your poor dog will have no more desserts…haha :D

Blackswan  on January 18th, 2011

This looks like something i can manage :) I love anything chocolate!

leaf (the indolent cook)  on January 18th, 2011

What a great idea for using up leftovers or failures!

Mary  on January 18th, 2011

@Blackswan - You can give this a try if you have left over cake or cookies :D

@leaf (the indolent cook) - Thanks very much! :D

lena  on January 18th, 2011

you are so adventurous to try this out and i bet you must be very suprised that it turned out to be so good. I learnt something new and am smiling now!

Drick  on January 18th, 2011

that is very creative and very useful of using up leftovers - I hate to throw away anything… looks super moist and wish I was there to sample a big ol’ piece, with ice cream of course….

5 Star Foodie  on January 18th, 2011

What a terrific idea to use the leftover cake & cookie crumbs and turn it into this delicious treat, excellent!

Angie's Recipes  on January 18th, 2011

Bookmarked! Gotta try it with the leftover cakes…a brilliant idea.

Sharon  on January 18th, 2011

I love the ice cream! And it’s a great way to use leftover cakes and cookies. And for others reading this, I can personally say that this tasted really good!!

Biren @ Roti n Rice  on January 18th, 2011

Good way to use up leftover cookies although there’s hardly ever leftover cookies at our house. Looks really moist and delicious. Definitely with a scoop of ice cream!

Lori  on January 18th, 2011

A super idea because very often I have pieces of cake left over especially when I am carving it into some design. I collect hem in the freezer.

Anna  on January 18th, 2011

Great idea, now I know what do with my failed cookies…and I have always a lot of them. lol.

redkathy  on January 18th, 2011

Brilliant Mary! Very moist looking and I’ll bet tasty too. Hope all is well with you and your family.

love2cook  on January 18th, 2011

WOW!!! Super delicious cake…with leftover cookies!!! Brilliant ;)

kristy  on January 18th, 2011

I’m with Biren! haha…. There’s hardly leftover cookies at my house either. But this is defiitely a terrific idea if one day I might need to use it. Who knows! haha…. Enjoy & have a great day.
Cheers, Kristy

tasteofbeirut  on January 18th, 2011

I worked in a bakery where we would store the crumbs made by frosting the cake; can’t remember we did anything eith them exept eat them as a snack. Great idea!

noobcook  on January 19th, 2011

it’s very clever of you to turn it into a moist and yummy cake. ice cream in winter sounds fun to me :)

pigpigscorner  on January 19th, 2011

wow, genius!

Dimah  on January 19th, 2011

Looks yummy and so irresistible!

tigerfish  on January 20th, 2011

Geez, I can never really imagine there is a leftover cake recipe!

Cookin' Canuck  on January 20th, 2011

What a fun idea to use up leftover cake! I’ll bet it’s even moister the second time round.

Zibi  on January 20th, 2011

So resourceful!!
I’ve never heard of a cookie crumb cake, but I will definitely remember this the next time I end up with ‘pancake cookies’ ;)

Thanks for sharing this very useful recipe :)

Christine @ Fresh Local and Best  on January 20th, 2011

This is the first time I’ve seen a twice baked cookie cake. It reminds me of bread pudding. Great idea!

Mary  on January 21st, 2011

@lena - Yes, very surprised indeed. I actually had the bin ready…just in case :P

@Drick - I really don’t like leftovers. Occasionally they end up in the bin because no one wants to eat and I didn’t know what to do. At least this one came out successful. I will experiment with more next time..it’s fun. I will have more cakes and more ice creams if you are here :D

@5 Star Foodie - Thanks very much, Natasha! :D

@Angie’s Recipes - Thanks very much, Angies! Best if there’s no left overs :D

@Sharon - Do you love the cake all because of the ice cream?…haha :D The ice cream always finish off too fast!

@Biren @ Roti n Rice - Either your cookies are very delicious or your family are all great cookie lovers to have no leftovers :D I have 2 picky children at home who get tired of food too quickly!

@Lori - Wow…you do cake crafts? That’s awesome. I wish I am that creative! You can sure recreate a lot of lovely desserts from those left over cakes. Would be so fun :D

@Anna - Looks like you are going to have lots of fun creating new desserts from the left over cookies :D

@redkathy - Thanks very much, Kathy! We are fine here. Hope you are, too :D

@love2cook - Thans very much! :D

@kristy - Whah….great cookie lovers again…haha :D Hope you have a great day, too.

@tasteofbeirut - That’s fun to work in a bakery..to learn and to eat :D

@noobcook - Thanks very much! I think this would be nicer in summer for me…will serve with giant scoops of ice cream :D

@pigpigscorner - Thanks very much! :D

@Dimah - Thanks very much, Dimah! :D

@tigerfish - Now you can have fun trying it out if you have any left overs :D

@Cookin’ Canuck - Yes, it was really moist and delicious :D

@Zibi - You are most welcome….have fun and no waste again :D

@Christine @ Fresh Local and Best - Thanks very much, Christine! :D

Choclette  on January 21st, 2011

Ahh Mary, you do come up with some brilliant ideas. I bet this was really good.

katie  on January 21st, 2011

What a fun idea! My mom has the same dishes.

cityhippyfarmgirl  on January 23rd, 2011

Excellent idea! As I have a chocolate flop sitting on my bench wondering what to do with it, perfect timing.

Mary  on January 25th, 2011

@Choclette - Thanks very much. It is very good, especially with ice cream :D

@katie - Thanks very much, Katie! :D

@cityhippyfarmgirl - Thanks very much! Have fun baking and enjoy your new dessert :D

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