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Whoopie Cookies

Whoopie pies are irresistible and I love sampling the local versions whenever I travel through the South and Midwest. The Ohio Amish make the absolute best Spiced Pumpkin and Vanilla Cream Cheese whoopie pie I have ever tasted, but I still find myself drawn to the traditional chocolate and marshmallow combination that I remember from my childhood.

This recipe is my take on making whoopie pies in the RV or campsite without any cooking or fuss using ingredients that don't need refrigeration. With a bag of cookies and a jar of marshmallow fluff I can make exactly the number of whoopie pies I want, even enough to share with friends.

Almost any kind of cookie works. The traditional chocolate cookie is my favorite, but be creative. Ginger snap cookies are pictured here. They are similar enough in flavor to remind me of the Amish pumpkin whoopie pie cookies.

Ingredients

 Cookies, 2 per serving
 marshmallow creme fluff
 flavorings or toppings, optional

Directions

Spread a layer of marshmallow creme fluff on the flat side of a cookie and top with the flat side of another cookie. If you find the marshmallow fluff to be a little stiff to spread evenly, give the top cookie a twist or two with a very slight squishing pressure just until you see the filling reach the edge of the cookie.

For something a little different very lightly dust the top of the marshmallow with your favorite flavoring like cocoa powder, finely crushed peanuts or shredded coconut.


Serves: 1 or more if you share
Cookies Marshmallow_Creme No-Cook Photo

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