16 of Our Favorite Whoopie Pie Recipes
Is the whoopie pie a cookie, pie, sandwich or cake? No one knows! But every one of our decadent whoopie pie recipes is worth baking.
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Oatmeal Creme Whoopie Pies
If your favorite childhood snack was the oh-so-addicting Little Debbie packs, you’re in for a treat with these copycat cookies.
Funfetti Whoopie Pies
Have your cake, and eat it too—in cookie form, of course! Swap cupcakes for these whimsical whoopie pies as a unique birthday treat, complete with sprinkles galore and rainbow frosting. Stack ’em up, add a few candles and don’t forget to make a wish. (Personally, we’d wish for more funfetti deliciousness with one of these colorful confections.)
Lavender Whoopie Pies
You might not be Meghan Markle, but you can host a royal-worthy English tea party. No whoopie pies have ever been on the Queen’s menu, but we think she’d reconsider for this lovely lavender recipe.
For more ways to channel your inner royal, check out Meghan’s 12 favorite foods.
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Peppermint Whoopie Pies
Santa shouldn’t get to enjoy all the goodies, right? These peppermint pies are perfect to serve at your holiday get-together or simply to satisfy your own Christmas cookie craving (you know, that one that starts the day after Thanksgiving). Bonus points if you roll the treats in crushed candy canes.
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Cookie Dough Whoopie Pies
If you’re one of those people who thinks cookie dough tastes better than the cookies themselves (we feel you!), you’re in luck. These indulgent whoopie pies are stuffed with, you guessed it, 100% edible chocolate chip “cookie dough.” We’re going to go out on a limb here and say you’d probably love these other dough-filled desserts, too.
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Fruity Pebbles Whoopie Pies
Breakfast for dinner is great, but have you heard of breakfast for dessert? If not, time to think outside the box. The cereal box, that is! While these colorful confections are dipped in Fruity Pebbles, you could substitute any cereal you’d like.