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Whoopie Pies

Whoopie Pies

"'These soft, moist little treats have been a favorite of mine for many years,' relates Ruth Ann Stelfox of Raymond, Alberta. 'They're deliciously different.'"
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25 m servings
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  1. In a mixing bowl, beat butter, sugar, vanilla and eggs until well mixed. Combine dry ingredients; add to butter mixture alternately with water and buttermilk. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto greased baking sheets. Bake at 375 degrees F for 5-7 minutes or until done. Cool completely. In a small mixing bowl, beat filling ingredients until fluffy. Spread filling on half of the cookies, then top with remaining cookies.

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We have a Kitchen aid 5 Qt. mixer. This made the mixing process easier. These little guys turned out like my mom used to make. This originally comes from a German background(Pennsylvania Dutch)....

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I tried this out and it completely failed. By the third oven batch, the batter had begun to separate and a thin, white layer formed along to bowl. The cookies that did turn out had no flavor. ...

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We have a Kitchen aid 5 Qt. mixer. This made the mixing process easier. These little guys turned out like my mom used to make. This originally comes from a German background(Pennsylvania Dutch)....

I just made these tonight and they are fabulous! The made perfect round cookies that were moist and delicous. The cream filling is wonderful. No shortening that would give it a heavy greasy t...

I liked this recipe for it's simplicity. I use dutch cocoa powder it gives a richer "chocolatey" flavor.

I tried this out and it completely failed. By the third oven batch, the batter had begun to separate and a thin, white layer formed along to bowl. The cookies that did turn out had no flavor. ...

The cookie part of these pies are great. Much more flavorful than others I tried and they are cakey yet delicately proportioned. The filling was also much better tasting than others I've tried...

I was looking for a recipe where the filling does not include shortening, and this is perfect. Very yummy!

I put 4 stars instead of 5 only because I used different filling; but this recipe is a 5 stars! so easy, so yummy, soft and tall, I will definitely do it again and again! I use half yogurt and h...

I was hoping for fat, round, cakey cookies, but the first batch was flat and not terribly flavorful. I refrigerated the batter, used parchment paper for baking, and added more salt, cocoa powder...

great cookies! I skipped the filling based on reviews and used Cream Cheese frosting II from this site instead. I doubled the amt of confectioners sugar in the cream cheese frosting and it trans...

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