Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

I made these Pumpkin Whoopie Pies for Tablespoon. They are incredibly moist and packed with pumpkin flavor. When I eat pumpkin I like the smack you in the face, full of spices pumpkin flavor not just a hint of pumpkin flavor that has you wondering, “Is this pumpkin?”

I make a ton of goodies all the time; so much that my family has naturally weaned themselves from going hog wild on any of it for sheer survival purposes. My kids have no idea how good they have it. The neighbor kids are pretty keen to it though and show up randomly to play (i.e. see what cookies are there to eat today).

Imagine a whole Tupperware full of these sitting in my fridge. I ate half of one, rationing myself, just to come back to it being mysteriously gone. This happened again. And again.

The culprit was my husband. Who has an amazing self control but apparently these were his kryptonite. If you want to make your own frosting, I recommend the cream cheese frosting on this Pumpkin Cake.

Pumpkin Whoopie Pies Recipe

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  1. I was just thinking about something like this. Thanks for saving me from wasting my much needed brain cells. These look really good…the kind of thing that satisfies my soul. And the souls of my coworkers.

  2. These are so pretty!!! I love pumpkin everything (hence the overload of pumpkin desserts on my blog lately)! Gorgeous pictures too.

  3. I made some a couple weeks ago but chocolate ad the “cake” and pumpkin ad the filling. Will have to try this version next 🙂

  4. These look amazing. I pretty much love anything having to do with pumpkin.

  5. Wow, these look so moist and yummy!

  6. I would like to taste them. They look yummy !

  7. ooooo….these look sooooo good!!!!

  8. i LOVE the cake mix shortcut here! The cookies look incredible – so incredibly soft and irresistible. I’ve made homemade whoopie pies before but this is a good recipe to have on hand when I don’t feel like making them from scratch. 🙂

  9. OH! They look good!

  10. Oh my…these look absolutely wonderful! It’s that pumpkin-y time of year 🙂

  11. I’m sure my man would love if I baked treats all the time. But since I have no will power that just doesn’t happen. Or maybe it secretly does and I just eat everything before he has a chance to try it! Ha! ; )

  12. Don’t store in an airtight container in the fridge!!! I did this and they got soggy and wet – even thought I let them cool for several hours before packing them. 🙁 I had to put them under the broiler for a quick “dry off” but of course some fo the frosting melted. They still tasted great, but I put them on scoops of ice cream to hide the wet bottoms.

  13. My friend made these last night and I could not believe how good they tasted. When I look @ the recipe today I also can not believe how easy these are to make. I will definitely be making these soon!

  14. I made these for Thanksgiving and they were so good! Perfect for kids too! A great alternative for pumpkin pie. Yum!

  15. These look delicious and I can’t wait to make them. I was wondering if this recipe can be doubled. I will be having a large group over for Thanksgiving and I know these will go fast, so I want to make sure I have plenty on hand. Thank you