Fun Food Pinterest Board: Wickedly Good Whoopie Pies!

July 9, 2014

chocolate cake pies white cream filling frosting silver cake stand

It's not often that I share recipes here. But when I do share one, you can rest assured that I think it's a great one and I want you to know about it!
 
The reason I made this recipe in the first place has to do with my Pinterest Board entitled "Fun Food" and my kids. As something fun to do this summer, I told each of my kids to pick their favorite recipe from that board and we would then make it together. My oldest daughter picked a recipe I pinned from Woman's Day entitled "Wickedly Good Whoopie Pies.

piles whoopie pies cake stand display

And let me tell you, they did not disappoint!  They really were wickedly good. SO good, in fact, that they earned both my kids' and my husband's seal of approval!


homemade whoopie pies cream filling chocolate cookies

 Just look at their ooey gooey goodness!
Can't you just taste them?
 
homemade whoopie pies display cake dome

They made quite a pretty display on my silver dessert pedestal.  
Wouldn't you agree?

whoopie pies paper doily silver stand display

The recipe ran pretty true to form, however, I will caution you about storage. It says to place them in layers, with wax paper in between the layers (for one week) or freeze (for up to one month). I did place them in layers, sans wax paper (my bad), so they stuck together a bit. But the real problem was that the ooey gooey goodness started to get a bit too ooey gooey and the tops started to slide off the bottoms a bit. The price you pay for a wickedly good whoopie pie, I suppose. Once that happened I refrigerated the remaining whoopie pies and they were enjoyed by all, served cold. And~ surprise~ they didn't last very long.
 

Well, that's it for today, friends!

I hope you've enjoyed reading about my

Wickedly Good Whoopie Pies

and that I've inspired you in some way. 

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 chocolate cake pies white cream filling frosting silver cake stand
 
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Anonymous said...

Wow, these look yummy! I love anything sweet! What time should I arrive for the Whoppie Pie party? Oh my, caramel and sea salt- I'm on my way to visit your board!

farmhouse-story said...

i love that you let your kids pick a pin and then, make the recipe with them--such a great way to spend time with them, and they learn to cook! and then, you get to eat the yummy pies! love that, kathleen! happy weekend!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Yummy! What a great idea to let the kids pick their favorites. These look delicious and it's no surprise they didn't last long. Thanks for sharing.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Yum! I also like the idea of including the children in the project - makes good memories for them.

Ivy and Elephants said...

These look so YUM!! I will have to give these a try! Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Hugs,
Patti

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

I have not had a whoopie pie in years! These look great!

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