Everything you need to know about Whoopie Pies

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What is Whoopie Pie?
Whoopie pie is a typical American dessert, which resembles a mini cake or a stuffed cookie. And by the way, if the whoopie is not beeemmm stuffed, if she is thin and without calories, she is not a real Whoopie Pie! hehehehe; D Legend has it that Amish women put these little dumplings in their husbands’ lunch boxes when they went to the farm to work. And when the farmers found these delights in the lunch box, they shouted “WHOOPIE”!
But the real story is that whoopies must have been made for the first time with what was left of the cake dough, but it’s a lot more fun to believe the first story!
What are the most appreciated flavors?
The most common and most consumed Whoopie Pie in the USA is the chocolate with marshmallow filling. And that is the whoopie you will find in convenience stores across the country. But pumpkin, vanilla and chocolate chip whoopies are also very popular!
* It’s always a good idea to sift through all the dry ingredients before making Whoopie Pies.
* You can make and bake Whoopie balls and freeze after they have cooled. Just place the bands, once cold, in a form and take them to the freezer for approximately 1 hour. After they freeze, remove from the pan, put them all together in a plastic bag and seal well. Thus, they will not stick to each other and you can keep for up to 1 month in the freezer. When using it, just defrost inside the refrigerator overnight. After thawing, if you want, warm the dumplings for 3 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 ° C.
How to store your Whoopie Pies?
Whoopies are best if consumed on the same day you made them or even a day later. If you are going to give it to someone or transport the whoopies somewhere, the ideal is that you do not put one over the others, so that they do not stick together and do not dent. But if that’s your only option, remember to put a wax paper between each layer of whoopie and don’t stack too many! In England it is common to pack the whoopies one by one in plastic wrap, but usually the cookie sticks to the plastic, which children love; D
And if your whoopies don’t all run out on the same day, you can store them in airtight jars for up to 3 days at room temperature, if it’s not too hot, or otherwise, in the fridge!
Hands on and let’s do WHOOPIESSSS !!!! ; D

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