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Old 09-14-2011, 01:02 PM   #1
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Whoopie Pie-Cookie *pics*





1/2 cup vanilla whey
3/4 cup almond flour
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4 cup peanut butter
5 tablespoons of erythritol
4 tablespoons of cream

Preheat the oven to 400o
Stir together above ingredients. With a medium scoop, make 8 small balls. Place on parchment paper that is on a cookie sheet. (this next step can be omitted) Using the back of a mallet that is lightly spayed with Pam, press each cookie lightly.
Bake for 7-10 minutes, cool.

Whoopie Filling
1/4 cup solid vegetable shortening or unsalted butter
3 tablespoons of powder
erythritol
1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1-2 packages of Splenda
Blend together until smooth

Spread each cookie with filling and add top

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Old 09-14-2011, 01:57 PM   #2
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This looks WONDERFUL! And simple to boot!
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GULP! WOW!!! You have been on a roll lately mmorris.. Thanks!!!
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How sweet are these? I notice you just use erythritol which isn't as sweet as sugar.
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I will be making these! Thank you for sharing. What is the thing you "stamped" them with?
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Oooo YUMMY! So are the cookies soft or crisp?
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MMM..These look great.

However, does that recipe for the filling make enough for the 4 cookies?
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How sweet are these? I notice you just use erythritol which isn't as sweet as sugar.
This recipe is sweet you can taste along the way while making it to adjust the sweetness
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Old 09-14-2011, 05:30 PM   #9
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Oooo YUMMY! So are the cookies soft or crisp?
The cookies are soft you can cook them longer but I would try them soft at first you would be surprised they are in between a cake and cookie

Ohh another thing I did was too use chunky peanut butter... yum
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Sometimes I really just wish you people would mail me a sample! I don't have all the ingredients!
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I will be making these! Thank you for sharing. What is the thing you "stamped" them with?
I stamped them with the opposite side of my P-Chef mallet
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MMM..These look great.

However, does that recipe for the filling make enough for the 4 cookies?
LOL I looked at my photo and saw five cookies there... so the recipe makes 5 cookies and just enough filling for them all
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Does this cookie (chocolate part) taste something like a no-bake cookie? Or more like a brownie?
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Thank you for this recipe.

However, I don't think it's quite for me... something felt weird as I ate it, knowing that the filling is just basically a slab of butter whipped up.



Oh wellll.
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No different than commercially made ones, except its probably lard; at least, it used to be. Just some sort of semi-solid fat whipped up with sugar.
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Totally.

I thought I remembered a marshmallow-y taste in one I had awhile back. Or cream cheese. Or something.
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I haven't made a filling like the one above since I was eating hc..but yup, that is what it is, sugar and shortening! I have made many a frosting with those two ingredients. And I luuuvvved it! I have made whoopie pies with a cream cheese and cream filling. They are very good! One other thing you might try is making a chocolate ganache, putting it in the fridge, then when it is firm, whip it and put THAT in-between these delicious whoopies!
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Does this cookie (chocolate part) taste something like a no-bake cookie? Or more like a brownie?
More like a brownie
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Thank you for this recipe.

However, I don't think it's quite for me... something felt weird as I ate it, knowing that the filling is just basically a slab of butter whipped up.



Oh wellll.
A lot of butter cream frostings are just basically butter and sugar. The filling was taken and tweeked from a "whoopie pie" recipe
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A lot of butter cream frostings are just basically butter and sugar. The filling was taken and tweeked from a "whoopie pie" recipe
Butter is basically heavy cream shaken or stirred into butter. Buttercream frosting is also made with shortening or butter. YUMMO.

Think I may try this soon. Thanks so much
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I ate 3 whoopie pie cookies last night and then 2 more for breakfast It looks like I will be on Induction for the next week
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Mmmm! I brought the leftovers to work with me. I just ate one straight out of the fridge and it tastes a lot better.

Maybe this whole eating sweetened butter thing is for me after all!
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Just bought some unsweetened butter yesterday! Now I can make these for my family!
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Did you mean Unsalted? Where do they sell sweetened butter?
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These are really good. I added an egg as your original recipe didn't call for one. I made them smaller too about the size of an oreo and got more out of the batter this way. I also wrapped each cookie in waxed paper and froze them. Oh they are so good right out of the freezer.
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These are really good. I added an egg as your original recipe didn't call for one. I made them smaller too about the size of an oreo and got more out of the batter this way. I also wrapped each cookie in waxed paper and froze them. Oh they are so good right out of the freezer.
Those look fantastic!! I can't wait to try the recipe your way!!
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Those look fantastic!! I can't wait to try the recipe your way!!
Oh and try them frozen. They aren't frozen hard just kinda like an ice cream bar solid
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I haven't made a filling like the one above since I was eating hc..but yup, that is what it is, sugar and shortening! I have made many a frosting with those two ingredients. And I luuuvvved it! I have made whoopie pies with a cream cheese and cream filling. They are very good! One other thing you might try is making a chocolate ganache, putting it in the fridge, then when it is firm, whip it and put THAT in-between these delicious whoopies!
My daughter-in-law makes whoopie pies during the holidays, she puts crushed peppermint candies in the original filling recipe. I think I will will try and find some sugar free peppermint candies and give it a go.

I don't think I have ever had cream cheese filling but it sounds sooo yummy I may give that a try also. But I think your idea for chocolate ganache is the ultimate chocolate lovers Whoopie!!
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oh, I meant Unsalted!! LOL!
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