Recipe by ginger
"Delicious soft chocolate sandwich cookies with creamy marshmallowy filling."
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unsweetened cocoa powder
Very good recipe. We liked the cake part, it was chocolatey enough for us. We had to double the filling part of the recipe to fill all the pies. We did cut back the butter, using only 3/4 the amount. It was thick enough, and did not leak out like some people put in their review. Will make again, these were yummy!!
Sorry, this recipe just did NOT do it for me. I come from PA Dutch country....I KNOW what a whoopie pie should taste like and this wasn't it. Don't get me wrong, the cookies were ok, but definitely not chocolatey enough. Also, as everyone else said, 10-12 minutes was too long and the edges got hard. The filling was the bad part though. Due to all the butter that is into it, that's all I taste when I ate one - butter. Also because of the butter I had to refrigerate them to keep the filling from separating. And I also had to almost double the filling recipe so I'd have enough to go into each "pie".
This recipe is the exact one my mom received from a neighbor back in 1963. I've handed this recipe down to my daughter and shared it with so many family member and friends. It is the very best!
I am the baker in our local school and I tried this recipe on the students. I am now making batches of 200 Whoopie Pies a couple times a week! The kids give this recipe 5 big stars and an A+.
Always a classic in my house. Recipe is super easy and they are the best whoppie pies I've ever tasted (and everyone who has tried them agrees!).
The cake batter was sticky and spread out, making flat chocolate cookies, which tasted good, but weren't whoopie pies. The frosting was very sweet, and didn't make enough for the amount of batter I had. Good, but not whoopie pies.
They taste great but the filling is to runny. I think cutting back on the butter might help
This recipe was ok. The cookie part didnt have a lot of flavor and only stay moist for a little while after they are out of the oven. Also they only take 7-8 minutes to bake completely, even that gives them a little crunch to the bottom. The filling had really good flavor but was a little runny, my tops kept sliding off.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Whoopie Pies VI
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 135
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