A whoopie pie is a small snack, situated somewhere between a cake and a soft cookie, and filled with a creamy filling.
Because of its full figure and "black and white" look, Whoopie pies are also known as "BFO," which means "Big Fat Oreo."
Whoopie pie is a traditional snack of the Amish people of New England in the northeastern United States. The man went out to farm and the woman prepared this sweet cream pie at home. When men see it when they open their lunch box, they exclaim "Whoopie," which is how it got its name.
Then the Whoopie changed a lot. Some are made to look like macarons, others like plump Oreo cookies, depending on whether the slices are thin or thick. Pie sizes also vary widely, from a bite to a palm-sized pie. It's a cross between a cake and a soft cookie, and it's much, much friendlier than a macaron, with a high success rate.
A Whoopie pie is usually filled with cream cheese, but can also be filled with marshmallows or ganache.
Brown Sugar 105g
Egg 1 count
Cocoa powder 22g
Pinch of salt
Baking Powder 6g
Cream cheese to taste
Blueberry sauce in moderation
1. Cream butter until smooth.
2. Add brown sugar and stir well.
3. Add eggs and mix well.
4. Add oil and mix well.
5. Add melted chocolate and mix well.
6. Add half of the sifted powder and mix well.
7. Pour in half of the liquid (yoghurt + milk), then alternately pour in the rest of the powder and liquid and mix well.
8. In a piping bag.
9. Squeeze into small cakes and bake at 190 ° C for 13 minutes.
10. Whip cream cheese with blueberry sauce until smooth.
11. Serve with the filling.
Here's another way of doing it.
Instant coffee powder
buttermilk or milk.
1. Preheat oven to 350F/177C. Line a baking sheet with baking paper.
2. Combine flour, salt, baking powder, and baking soda. In a separate container, add cocoa powder, coffee powder, hot coffee, and 1/2 cup of hot water. Stir to dissolve well.
3. In a separate container, mix the sugar and oil. Add the cocoa powder batter, eggs, vanilla extract, and milk.
4. Mix the dry powder and wet paste and scoop each onto baking paper, leaving space. Bake for about 15 minutes. Remove and cool on a rack.
5. Whisk the egg whites and sugar in warm water until the sugar dissolves. Remove and whisk on high speed for about 5 minutes.
6. Assemble the Whoopie pie and refrigerate for half an hour before applying. Seal and refrigerate for up to 3 days.