Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Pumpkin Whoopie Pie

Remember all that cream cheese filling that I didn't get to eat in Libby's Pumpkin Roll? My sapiens actually had a lot more than those rolls could handle! And I still don't get to eat any of these!

Since they already made the filling, the steps will only show the cookie portion.

Whisk together:
3 cups of all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
1 tablespoon ground ginger
1 tablespoon ground cloves

Start with 1 cup of vegetable oil.

Get 2 cups of firmly packed dark-brown sugar

Whisk together (my sapien used the flat-beater-as you can tell below)

Missed a picture here but whisk in two large eggs and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Get 3 cups of pumpkin puree that's been chilled.

Pour in pumpkin mixture.

Pour in flour mixture and whisk until fully incorporated.

The finished cookie batter product.

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Spoon out a heaping tablespoon onto your baking sheet. Bake for about 15 minutes (until the toothpick test runs clean).

Let cool completely in the pan (I think my sapien cheated and put them on a wire rack!).

Place some of that frosting between two cookies and sprinkle some powdered sugar on top.

And...voila, you're done! The steps say to refrigerate for a least 30 minutes so that the frosting sets. My sapiens still had the frosting in the fridge, so these were ready to munch on immediately!

Ahhh...three baked items! I'm getting frustrated here!

Recipe adapted from: Martha Stewart


Ruckus the Eskie

Related Posts--> KitchenAid and Magic Bullet to make Brownies! & Libby's Pumpkin Roll


  1. Looks good! At first, I thought these were for you, then I saw that these require a lot of sugar!

  2. Wow! These look super duper good!!! Mama will LOVE them!! Thanks!! Maybe she will give us a taste!! xo Chloe and LadyBug

  3. Yummy but did you get any? Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. Wow, do these ever sound good! Yummmm

  5. Maybe they renamed whoopsie cakes (they do kind of look like poop) but we are sure they tasted good :) :) :)

  6. Ahhh!!!!! How mouth watering is that!!!!!! OMD!!!
    Feel free to mail some thissa way!!
    Have a great tastey Tuesday!
    ((Husky hugz frum da pack))

    Love is being owned by a husky

  7. Oooh, they sound delicious. Too bad my Ma cannot bake to save her life! BOL
    Happy Tuesday,

  8. Mmmm, those look so good! So mean to taunt you with them in that first picture if you didn't get any!!

  9. They look amazing! Oh my DAWG!

    Earl and I from Earl's World!

  10. OM NOM NOM! These look AMAZING!!!

  11. what a clever idea! I love remember seeing a similar recipe but i have never tried it
    retro rover

  12. Do know what a piggy does while looking at these pictures? SQUEAL at the top of his lungs! YUM!!!!!

  13. These sound delicious!! I bet if you just leave out the sugar, they would be dog friendly too!

  14. OK.. just to let you know..Love is? Sharing Bawahhhahhwahha xxoxxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

  15. YUM! Great DELISH recipe from Martha Stewart. Happy Tasty Tuesday. Golden Woofs

  16. MMMMM!!!! I agree with Mollie!!! Love is SHARING!!!! MOL!!!!!
    That looks sooo tasty!! We sure will have to try that!!
    --Siamese smothers--
    Frem Mikko at Happiness is Siamese

  17. Ruskie is adorable. Our Chamois that we call a generic dog is part American Eskimo and part...well, a lot of breeds.

  18. Oooh these look good! I love that picture, perfect timing!

  19. Oh, Ruckus, I love pumpkin desserts and those look delicious! My babes, Rico & Roxy, will soon know your frustration. Thank you for the recipe - Christie, R&R (from Blog Paws)