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Whoopie Pie Filling

This delicious whoopie pie filling is courtesy of Cranberry Island Kitchens.

  • Yield: Makes 3 3/4 cups
Whoopie Pie Filling

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, September Summer 2007

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, preferably organic, room temperature
  • 2 cups sifted confectioners' sugar
  • 1 jar (7 1/2 ounces) marshmallow Fluff
  • 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract, preferably organic

Directions

  1. In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, cream together butter and sugar until pale and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Add Fluff and vanilla and continue mixing until well combined.

Reviews (29)

  • Verena44 23 Mar, 2012

    I have been attempting different whoopie pie fillings for awhile now and they have all been big disappointments! This is an amazing recipe! I can finally stop looking because this one is perfection. I didn't change a thing. AMazing!! Mine wasn't runny as others have said. It was nice and stiff.

  • Fishin_Esthetician 21 Dec, 2011

    I use 1/2 C of Butter and 1/2 C of Crisco to make this filling instead of the 1 C of butter. It comes out nice and stiff. It isnt runny at all

  • LoriMatthews 18 Oct, 2011

    So I have made this recipe every week at least 3 times a week all summer long at a rest where I work and the secret to a none oozy filling is to use chilled but not hard real butter and to use a little extra like 1/3 cup icing sugar, it will turn out perfect this way, believe me I tried it every way lol it is delicious !!!

  • Whitebow 30 Sep, 2010

    When I made this, it was too soupy. It oozed right out of every whoopie pie. It's just too runny! Did it work for the rest of you? I can't understand it.

  • Whitebow 30 Sep, 2010

    When I made this, it was too soupy. It oozed right out of every whoopie pie. It's just too runny! Did it work for the rest of you? I can't understand it.

  • CakesNCream 30 Jan, 2010

    Help! Hiya if i wanted to make a ganache or cream cheese whoopie filling would i still need to use marshmallow fluff as my base? Never made these so I'm really keen to find out more and make some! Thanks a mil! D

  • cedesh 16 Mar, 2009

    There are no Directions/instruction for the filling. Did I miss something?
    Thank you

  • lisad1019 23 Jan, 2009

    Thank you so much for the whoopie pie recipe, however the pie filling is not coming up on the web page, could you please post this recipe again, I am very anxious to make these for my daughter, Thank you so much.

    Lisa Femont, Ca

  • ansarhalisi 2 Jan, 2009

    Thanks so much for posting that! That's so weird that the recipe is not there.

  • heyroxy 4 Dec, 2008

    OK, Here is the recipe:
    1 C. unsalted butter, room temperature
    2 C. Sifted confectioners' sugar
    1 jar (7 1/2 o) Mashmallow fluff
    2 tsp. pure vanilla
    In a electric mixer bowl, crea together butter and sugar until pale and fluffy, about 3 min. Add Fluff and vanilla and continue mixing until well combined.

  • shoshanamazal 30 Nov, 2008

    There aren't any directions and it only says it makes 3 3/4 cups under ingredients. Please resend ingredients and instructions

  • krajewskiS 24 Nov, 2008

    I am not able to see a recipe. Would some one be so kind as to email it to me at Krajewski.sarah@gmail.com. I would love to makes these for my grandmothers birthday. Its right around the corner and these were her favorite childhood treats. Thanks Lots, Sarah

  • krajewskiS 24 Nov, 2008

    I am not able to see a recipe. Would some one be so kind as to email it to me at Krajewski.sarah@gmail.com. I would love to makes these for my grandmothers birthday. Its right around the corner and these were her favorite childhood treats. Thanks Lots, Sarah

  • LittleHelper 16 Oct, 2008

    I made this filling for chocolate cupcakes. It was so yummy! My kid's also enjoyed it. I enjoyed eating the filling right out of the bowl! It is the best!

  • tonick 2 Sep, 2008

    as i am living outside the USA marshmallow fluff is not something that i can get my hands on. any suggestions on what to substitute or how to make my own.

  • maureen54 17 Aug, 2008

    I have been using the recipe for the filling for years got it from a relative from a bakery it is the best to use for whoopie pies or any baked cake/cupcake.

  • madampres2 16 Aug, 2008

    I found 3 receipes on food network, Whoopie Pies

    1. Recipe courtesy Moody's Diner
    2. Whoopie Pies Recipe courtesy Katie Beiler, Amish Market, Annapolis, MD
    3. Whoopie Pie Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2002
    Is this one of the receipes?
    CN

  • Spiderwick 16 Aug, 2008

    Could not find Paula Deen's Whoopie Pie recipe on Food Network. Could it have been removed or is it under a different name?

  • Wenger6 27 Jun, 2008

    #1: The 7 min frosting recipe above will NOT taste the same as this filling at all.
    #2: This filling recipe is really good, but the cake is way more complicated than it should be. Use the Food Network's website for Paula Deen's Whoopie Pies. You can bake them on a cookie sheet and they turn out perfect. But use THIS filling recipe! Now that's a winner. I wrap each one (if there are any left) in plastic wrap and store in refrigerator. They keep well chilled.

    Thanks for the great filling recipe! I didn't care for the filling on the Food Network's website and this is just what I was looking for. A great combination - the two recipes!!!!

  • loverslanedesigns 5 Jun, 2008

    Made this yesterday and they are delicious! They do taste like a homemade suzie q. They are moist and wonderful.

  • Xenasm 3 Jun, 2008

    I tried this recipe .. my sons loved it, as did everyone else who had them. I thought the cream was very sweet.. I am gonna try them with less sugar or less Fluff.. I also used a parchment lined rectangle pan (aluminum) cut it in half and made them like finger sandwhiches...they reminded me of Suzy-Q's.

  • berniceer 30 May, 2008

    It would be good if these recipes would tell their cals fat, etc. I wish there were more low cal low fat things cooked on the show and also more vegetarian dishes.
    B

  • MrsSpencer 30 May, 2008

    The recipe below appears to be 7 minute frosting. Marshmallow fluff and marshmallow cream are the same thing. Its quite common and can be found in your baking section or with the marshmallows. However, I'm sure you can use the frosting in lieu of the recipe above, it just won't be the same I'm afraid. By the way, the frosting below is great on cupcakes!

  • lbuser 30 May, 2008

    Sorry about all the funny characters. They are supposed to be bullets. Oh, well.

  • lbuser 30 May, 2008

    Try this, it will be close. You can get cream of tartar on the internet if you can't find it in the grocery store:
    Marshmallow Crn n n n me
    Ingredients
    n n n n n n 2 egg white
    n n n n n n 1 cup corn syrup
    n n n n n n 4 tablespoons sugar
    n n n n n n 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
    n n n n n n 1 tablespoon vanilla
    Directions
    n n n n n n Beat first four ingredients together over hot water for 7 minutes.
    n n n n n n Add vanilla and beat until cool.

  • SaraBH 29 May, 2008

    You can try website at http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/ and order if you still can't find the fluff in your location.

  • susan-mc 29 May, 2008

    hi i am also from australia and if any one has the receipe could you email it to me also thank you [b.mcmillan@internode.on.net]

  • lyniferinsydney 29 May, 2008

    I dont think we have marshmallow fluff here in Australia, can someone describe it to me, and is there a receipe for it around?

  • birdmom 6 Dec, 2007

    The filling is a dream. This is a recipe I have looked for all of my life. I could be used in soo many other ways also. Thank you so much for the recipes.

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