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Well....what do we think??? I'm  toying with the idea ,because i don't have a jar of fluff, of melting marshmellows in place of the jar of fluff. So would a half bag equal a 7oz. jar???
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Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/6/2013 8:46 PM EST
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Well....what do we think??? I'm  toying with the idea ,because i don't have a jar of fluff, of melting marshmellows in place of the jar of fluff.
So would a half bag equal a 7oz. jar???

Re: Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/6/2013 9:25 PM EST
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People with more knowledge and experience than I have (thank goodness!) will soon be here to answer you.
My opinion is to go ahead and melt a half a bag of marshmallows and see how far it goes .... you can always melt a few more.

Re: Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/6/2013 9:27 PM EST
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Carol S ..... I'm sorry - I forgot to say Welcome to VBB - we're glad to have you and hope to hear how your projects go.

Re: Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/6/2013 11:16 PM EST
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The best Whoopie Pie filling I have made is....
Fluffy Frosting
1 Cup milk
1/4 Cup flour
1 Cup butter or margarine
3/4 to 1 Cup extra fine sugar or powdered sugar
2 tsp vanilla
Combine milk and flour in a sauce pan and stir until smooth.
Cook over medium heat until thick.
Cool with a piece of plastic wrap placed directly on the surface to prevent a skin from forming.
In bowl of electric mixer Beat
1 Cup butter or margarine
Beat for at least 5 minutes
Slowly add 3/4 Cup to 1 Cup extra fine or powdered sugar.
Beat well
Slowly add, by the spoonful the cooled pudding mixture.
Beat well between each addition.
Add flavoring.

For a chocolate frosting add 1 Cup chocolate chips to pudding mixture while it is hot and stir until chips are melted.

I have made the fillings with the marshmallow and I think this fluffy frosting is much better.

Re: Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/7/2013 3:23 AM EST
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Nikki, Thanks for this recipe.  I have been thinking of making
pumpkin whoopie pies and I don't care very much for the fluff.
I think that this will be closer to the one I had in IN this past
fall.  It was in a Amish bakery.

Re: Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/7/2013 4:29 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Whooie Pie filling:
Nikki, Thanks for this recipe.  I have been thinking of making pumpkin whoopie pies and I don't care very much for the fluff. I think that this will be closer to the one I had in IN this past fall.  It was in a Amish bakery.
Posted by Carol P


It is exactly the type of whoopee pie I used this filling for.
If you want flavor it with a bit of pumpkin pie spice for a bit of extra spice.  Or if you happen to have crystallized ginger a bit of that diced up would be great.

Re: Whooie Pie filling

posted at 1/8/2013 1:01 AM EST
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Thanks Nikki. I got some bulk pumpkin pie spice in Nov. and still have some
left. I only buy a little bit because I like it fresh and will have enough for the
whoopee pies. I only got one in IN, they were packaged as singles, 6 and 12.
If I would have got the 6 pack I would have eaten all of them, it was that
good.

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