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Christmas Cookies~Whoopie Pies~Day 11

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Well, only 1 more day in the 12 Days of Cookies series. Today’s cookies are another new recipe. I have made Pumpkin Whoopie Pies, but not ever Chocolate Whoopie Pies.

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And I will have to say, they turned out amazing :)


  • 1 c. Sugar
  • 6 T. Oil
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 c. Flour
  • 1/2 c. Baking Cocoa
  • 1 t. Baking Soda
  • 1/2 t. Salt
  • 1 t. Baking Powder
  • 4 T. Milk


In large bowl, combine sugar and oil, beat until crumbly

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Add eggs and milk

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Sift together dry ingredients, gradually add to sugar mixture. Chill dough, overnight is best.

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Drop by teaspoon onto cookie sheet lined with parchment paper

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Note: You can roll into balls so they have a smooth surface, or drop by teaspoons like I did. The dough is very sticky, I could only roll 4-5 cookies, without having my hands too sticky to roll any more. Using 2 teaspoons was easy, I just dipped with one and used the other to scoop it onto the paper.

Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool.

While cookies are cooling, beat filling.

Ingredients for Filling:

  • 1/2 c. Butter
  • 1 c. Powdered Sugar (Confectioners)
  • 1/2 t. Vanilla
  • 1/8 t. Mint Extract (optional)
  • Green food coloring (optional)

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I mixed some with mint flavoring and left some plain, because my boys don’t like mint. I thought the mint filling was really good though.

Note: When spreading filling onto cookie, push filling to edge so that it’s a little thicker than the middle. Or put a large amount of filling on each cookie. Top with another cookie and press edge gently so that filling is exposed a little. I was only able to fill about 6 cookies with this recipe, so doubling or tripling would be a good idea.

Dip edge of cookie into crushed peppermint candies

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Or use sprinkles on the edge. I placed a piece of wax paper on the counter and just shook the sprinkles over the Whoopie Pie.

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It’s the Leaning Tower of Whoopie Pies! :)

If you missed the last 10 days

Day 1 ~ Graham Cracker Log

Day 2 ~ Pearl Sugar Cookies

Day 3 ~ Chocolate Crinkles

Day 4 ~ Mint Thins

Day 5 ~ Favorites

Day 6 ~ Peanut Butter Layer Bars

Day 7 ~ Sugar Cut-Outs (Drop-In & Decorate Donation)

Day 8 ~ Gingerbread Men

Day 9 ~ Jam Cake

Day 10 ~ Cranberry Crunch

Update~ I’m updating this post to include Day 12~  Edible Ornaments.

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This post linked to:

~Flavor of the Month hosted by  Bake at 350

~Cookie Exchange hosted by The Krazy Kitchen

~12 Days of Cookies hosted by I Am Blissfully Domestic

~Virtual Cookie Exchange hosted by The Hillbilly Housewife

~Tempt My Tummy Tuesday hosted by Blessed with Grace

~Tasty Tuesday hosted by Balancing Beauty and Bedlam

~Christmas Goodies hosted by Sweet Jeanette

~Tuesdays at the Table hosted by All the Small Stuff

~Merry Merry Munchies hosted by Dining with Debbie



  1. says

    I grew up in Amish country with Whoopie pies readily available and have always loved them! I now live in England where no one has a clue what I’m talking about if I say ‘Whoopie Pie’! LOL! All the recipes I’ve ever gotten were full of lard and other strange ingredients – this is the best recipe that I’ve ever seen. I can’t wait to try this one out. Thanks so much for sharing and Merry Christmas.

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