Whoopie Pie Recipes
Nothing beats an old-fashioned treat like these whoopie pie recipes! Whoopie pies—chocolate cake-like cookies with a cream filling—make a fun addition to any celebration.
This Whoopie Pies confection features an irresistible cream filling sandwiched between two chocolate cupcake-like cookies. Enlist the kids to help assemble these old-fashioned favorites.
—Ruth Ann Stelfox, Raymond, Alberta
Chocolate Pudding Sandwiches
These frozen Chocolate Pudding Sandwiches are a favorite dessert and after-school snack for my kids…and even my diabetic husband enjoys one now and then.
—Jan Thomas, Richmond, Virginia
Lemony Gingerbread Whoopie Pies
These spiced-just-right Lemony Gingerbread Whoopie Pies combine two popular flavors in one fun treat. The moist cookies are rolled in sugar before baking for a bit of crunch.
—Jamie Jones, Madison, Georgia
Red Velvet Whoopie Pies
With a drizzle of chocolate and a sprinkle of nuts, these eye-catching Red Velvet Whoopie Pies are a delightful twist on the classic cake. Sometimes I substitute canned cream cheese frosting for the filling.
—Judi Dexheimer, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Chocolate Dream Whoopie Pies
Chocolate lovers will find these cute triple-chocolate Chocolate Dream Whoopie Pies irresistible. Two luscious cookies, a yummy mousse-like filling and mini semisweet chips: mmmmmm.
—Jill Papke, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Sam's Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
These soft, not-too-sweet chocolate cookies have a heavenly cream filling. Kids and adults alike devour Sam's Chocolate Sandwich Cookies!
—Salvatore Bertolino, Indiana, Pennsylvania
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
My kids start begging me for these cake-like sandwich cookies as soon as autumn arrives. I haven't met a person yet who doesn't like these Pumpkin Whoopie Pies.
—Deb Stuber, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Old-Fashioned Whoopie Pies
Who can resist soft chocolate sandwich cookies filled with a layer of fluffy white frosting? Mom has made these Old-Fashioned Whoopie Pies for years…they're a treat that never lasted very long with me and my two brothers around.
—Maria Costello, Monroe, North Carolina