Fluffy cream cheese filling sandwiched between two moist pumpkin cookies make these Mini Pumpkin Whoopie Pies the perfect hand-held snack you just won't be able to resist!
Cookie Contest Winner
by M. Michele
, on Dec. 2009
I made these for a friends and family cookie "contest" and it won first place out of 12 cookies. My family LOVED them and they are extremely picky eaters. I have had several requests for the recipe. I had to bake them a little longer (15 minutes) to keep them from being sticky on the outside, but it could just be my oven.
by T. Tresa
, Mechanicsburg, PA on Nov. 2009
Very easy to make, a hit at my party...definately a "keeper"!
by P. Patty
, Holcombe, WI on Nov. 2009
Just finished making these and they are AWESOME! Super simple to make. Just hope there's some left for Thanksgiving tomorrow!!!
Mini Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
by S. SHENETHA
, Little River, SC on Nov. 2009
OMG!!!! These little sweet treats are the bomb and so easy to make using what I already had in my pantry, my kids are usually my test subjects and they gave this recipe 3 tens, Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.
by B. Barb
, Allenstown NH on Nov. 2009
I came here to check out the pumpkin roll recipe, but had to look at everything. Then I found this one, printed it and went to baking! I only changed it to 1/4 c sugar & 1 c splenda. They baked up perfectly and the filling is delicious too. Hubby couldn't wait to try one and LOVED it too! A batch is coming with us to Thanksgiving dinner at my best friends house.
by A. Alexandra
, Matawan, NJ on Nov. 2009
I made these last night and brought them into work with me today. They were a definite winner. And they were very easy to make as well.
Alternate Serving Style
by C. Charlotte
, Rock Hill, SC on Nov. 2009
Not having the time to make so many small "cookies" to properly prepare the recipe, I made larger drop cookies and then iced them with filling once they were cooled, YUMMY warm muffin-top textured cookies... I even added nuts to a few. I will make these again.
Simple and Yummy
by D. Donna
, CA on Nov. 2009
If you like Pumpkin rolls, but not the hassle of making it, than these are for you. They taste just like a pumpkin roll and look wonderful on a holiday tray of cookies.
These are great with Less Sugar!
by A. Amanda
, Chapel Hill, NC on Nov. 2009
I halved the amount of sugar called for in both the cookies and the filling and this recipe still tastes great!
This is great!
by N. Nita
, Leesburg, Ohio on Nov. 2009
This recipe is surprisingly easy and delicious!
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Easy and delicious candy to make that all in the family will enjoy!
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