I never made a Whoopie pie before but now that I have I can't wait to make them again. I got a Sweet Creations by Good Cook nonstick Whoopie pie pan with 12 wells to try out. I wanted to do confetti cake and my husband wanted chocolate so I decided to use both cake mixes. I bought the two cake mixes on sale for a dollar each. I made the cake mixes as the box directed for each one. I then poured the cake batter in the whoopie pan and baked at the temp the on the cake mix box. The cake was done in about 10 minutes. I then set the cake aside to cool while I baked another set. I had baked all the cakes with in an hour. I then used a tub of vanilla frosting to stick my cakes together to make the Whoopies. I mixed and matched the cakes to make a bunch of different styles of Whoopie pies. After I was all done my husband and son came home from deer hunting and they loved the Whoopie pies. My family is all about quick and portable snacks.
These Whoopie pies were so easy to make and my family had them gone with in a few days. I would of never thought of making these on my own so I am glad I got to try out the Whoopie pan. I have a few other ideas I want to make with this pan so be on the look out for more posts.
Right now you can enter The Sweet Creations by Good Cook Home (Baking) for the Holidays Sweepstakes on the Good Cooks Facebook page. You can enter daily until 12/10/13 for your chance to win. Check out the official rules for the full details
FIFTY (50) WINNERS: will each receive a Sweet Creations by Good Cook prize pack with the following items:
Brittle Bark Silicone Mold 6cp, Gift Envelopes 6ct, Cookie Mold 12cp, 3 sets of Cupcake Paper Toppers 24ct each, Whoopie Pie Pan 12cp, Cookie Cutter- Girl, Cookie Cutter- Boy, Icing Spatula 11in, Icing Spatula 9in and a Nonstick Muffin Pan 6cp.