Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Makin' Whoopie!

I made these amazing Chocolate Kahlua Whoopie Pies with Vanilla Marscapone Filling about a year ago and the first line of the post was something along the lines of Little Debbie better watch her ass cuz' it's on! I made these tonight and seriously...she better watch it!

I have a big mouth!

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And now we make whoopie!

Perfect ingredients: butter, sugar, eggs, flour, milk, cocoa!

Creaming the Kerrygold Irish Butter and sugar together!
I'm still not sponsored by Kerrygold, hint, hint, wink, wink!??!!!

Eggs and Kalhua added and whipped together.

Prior to adding the milk.

I use a small ice cream scoop to get the batter onto the baking sheets.

Making the cream filling. Sugar RUSH!

I find it easiest to 'pipe' the filling on the pies. I don't have the authentic baker's equiptment, so I go with the large zip top bag and snip off the bottom corner. Works GREAT!

Two halves awaiting their filling.

Happiness is...


And now some pretty pictures.
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Piped Dreams.

Heavenly Clouds of Lusciousness.

Lining up for their caps.

All dressed up and ready for the party.

Chocolate Kahlua Whoopie Pies w/Vanilla Marscapone Cream Filling.

7 comments:

Brunette said...

You dirty, dirty man. I have *such* a weakness for whoopie pies, and with kahlua? And mascarpone? You've elevated the pie to heights I've never even imagined!

DC Food Blog said...

The cookies look so pretty open faced. Next time do open faced ones with raspberries on top. And while we're dreaming, next time invite me over to eat them!!!

ScottE. said...

Mmmm, raspberry, or even cherry filling...I think have a winner here...maybe next time I'll work that into the filling options.

Em said...

I have only one thing to say: YUM!

These look sooooo good.

Stef said...

Oh, mommy! They're so cute and tempting, naughty, naughty little pies!

Stef said...

I got to sample a little bite of these... oh my, slap your mamma good! If I were around a full batch, I'd need some serious alone time.

Barbara said...

You're making me so hungry! These were a treat for us as kids and I absolutely afore them! I think your recipe will find it's way to my kitchen very soon.