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Whoopie pie

The whoopie pie (alternatively called a black moon, gob [term indigenous to the Pittsburgh region], black-and-white, bob, or "BFO" for Big Fat Oreo [also recorded as "Devil Dogs" and "Twins" in 1835]) is a US baked product that may be considered either a cookie, pie or cake. It is made of two round mound-shaped pieces of chocolate cake, or sometimes pumpkin or gingerbread cake, with a sweet, creamy filling or frosting sandwiched between them.

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A recipe for your average whoopie pie. And by average I mean a deliciously decadent delight. Also has links to other great recipes on the website.

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A recipe for s'mores whoopie pies. I knew you would want this after creating the waterfall in your mouth from the picture of a s'mores whoopie pie;)

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Recipe by Betty Crocker on how to make Red Velvet Whoopie Pies. After seeing the picture youknow you want some.

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A small variety of whoopie pies shows that there is no end to what one can do with the creativity of whoopie pies.

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Neat idea for a s'mores whoopie pie YUM

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Delicious Red Velvet Whoopie pies.

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