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Mini Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

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These mini pumpkin whoopie pies make an ideal holiday treat.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show
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  • Trisha H
    12 NOV, 2013
    I want to make these today and have no veg shortening, can I use veg oil? TY
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  • MS11920584
    10 NOV, 2011
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  • JoMack
    24 OCT, 2011
    Mine cracked also...doesn't look as nice as the photo. Has this happened to anyone else or know why.
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  • ibracadabra
    11 OCT, 2011
    These are amazing. The cookies are moist and the filling is delicious. I did add a few drops of orange food coloring just to make the filling pop, but the pumpkin made it orange. I also added more powdered sugar to the filling as it was too sour tasting for my personal preference. I've gotten many rave reviews for these. Best served right out of the fridge!
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  • trinafonts
    7 OCT, 2011
    I love this recipe! It always comes out so good and is very easy! I make mine gluten free by substituting a rice flour mix and adding a teaspoon of xantham gum..perfect!!
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  • cakemakingkat
    7 OCT, 2011
    omg these were so good. they were really easy and really good. they didnt need any food coloring. the cakes itself were a little dry so i put them in a tupperware over night. i really recomend someone to make these
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  • allijean
    31 OCT, 2010
    I was surprised but these really are super easy to make - and delicious! I would increase the amount of frosting however because I ran out. I don't think you need food coloring, the pumpkin in the frosting is enough.
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  • allijean
    31 OCT, 2010
    I was surprised but these really are super easy to make - and delicious! I would increase the amount of frosting however because I ran out. I don't think you need food coloring, the pumpkin in the frosting is enough.
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  • mellifluousfondue
    27 OCT, 2010
    I did not find these to be "mini" so I used a 1tsp to dish out the batter and cooked them for 7 minutes. Perfect! Also, if you want yours to turn out like the ones in the picture (all nice and halloween-y) you will need to add orange food coloring to the filling--I wish I had noticed before I made all of mine! Maybe I am just a novice baker, but I did not find these to be "super easy to whip up in no time" but they were fun to make! Now dishes...not as fun.
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  • hischild12
    29 SEP, 2010
    These were so much fun to make and were delicious! My cookies did crack on the tops, but I thought that gave them lots of character. Also, I wrapped the individual pies in saran wrap and stuck them in the freezer. They made for a wonderful quick treat!
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