Pumpkin Spice Whoopie Pies

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The originally scheduled post on French Press Coffee has been postponed for something much more important and, ahem, pressing.

I think you will see why I had to get this off my chest…

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Pumpkin Spice Whoopie Pies are my new favourite Fall treat.

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WHOOPIE!

I have always been a huge fan of whoopie pies. They are the perfect combination of whoopie and pie, don’t you think?

A bit spongy, a bit cakey, with a fluffy and sweet middle. How could you go wrong? When I became a vegan, I thought my whoopie pie days were long over, but today I realized I could make whoopie like the rest of ‘em. ;)

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Pumpkin Spice Whoopie Pies (Vegan)

I’m not sure why, but I was expecting these vegan pumpkin spice whoopie pies to be a huge flop. However, they turned out delicious. The combination of spices and pumpkin was spot on. They would make a wickedly delicious Halloween dessert or a fun treat to bring to a Thanksgiving potluck!

Inspired by Martha and Vegan Yum Yum.

Ingredients:

  • 1 heaping cup pureed pumpkin
  • 1.25 cups almond milk
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1 cup whole-grain Kamut flour
  • 1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 3/4 tsp ginger
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg
  • 3/4 tsp baking powder
  • 3/4 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup Earth Balance buttery spread
  • 1/4 cup organic sugar
  • 1/2 cup Sucanat sugar (or brown sugar)
  • 1/2 tsp blackstrap molasses
  • Spiced Butter Cream Frosting (without almond milk)

 

Directions: Preheat the oven to 350F. Line two baking sheets with a non-stick mat or parchment paper. In a small bowl mix together the almond milk and apple cider vinegar and set aside. In a mixer, mix together the Earth Balance and sugars until fluffy. Now add in the heaping cup of pumpkin, molasses, and vanilla extract and mix until fully combined. In a medium sized bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients (flours, spices, baking powder + soda, and salt). Grab the almond milk mixture and slow add about 1/3 of it to the mixer. Mix for a few seconds, stop and now add some dry ingredients. Alternate until everything is mixed well. Scrape sides of bowl as necessary. Now grab your baking sheets and scoop 1-2 tbsp of dough onto the sheet, making sure to leave about 1.5 inches between each cookie. Once you have scooped all your dough onto the pan, wet fingers very well and gently smooth out the dough into a round circle and flatten slightly. Don’t worry if it isn’t perfect! Bake for about 9-10 minutes and remove from oven, allowing to cool. While cooling, mix your spiced buttercream icing (make sure not to add the almond milk or it will be too runny!). In a baggie or a piping bag, pipe on a thick coating of icing onto one cookie/pie and then take another cookie/pie and press over top. Repeat for all whoopie pies. Makes 12-30 whoopie pies depending on how big you make them.

First things first, mix your sugars and Earth Balance:

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Add in pumpkin, molasses, and vanilla extract…

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Mix, mix, mix!

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In another bowl, mix your dry ingredients together.

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Slowly add in the almond milk mixture alternating with the dry mixture and mix well.

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Scoop on 1-2 tbsp of dough per pie. Wet fingers and flatten + smooth out the dough.

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Don’t worry, they don’t have to be perfect! You can make the pie/cookie thicker than I made it. It really can be adapted to how you like your pies. Personally, I prefer a very high ratio of frosting to pie. ;)

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Now mix the Spiced Buttercream Icing! Mmmm. My favourite frosting.

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After baking pies for about 9 minutes at 350F, remove from oven and cool.

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While cooling, grab a baggie or pastry bag and fill interior with frosting.

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Of course you can spread on the frosting with a wet knife too. I just happen to think piping it on is more fun. :)

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Now smoosh another cookie on top!

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Stuff the first one in your mouth. I hope I didn’t need to tell you that, though.

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Almost too cute to eat. ;)

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You can make huge pies or itty bitty ones!

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You can even sprinkle on some chopped pecans before baking.

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I don’t know why, but I thought they were going to be a huge flop. They actually tasted perfect to me. They weren’t the most beautiful Whoopie Pies I have ever seen, but I’m not too fussy about that as long as they taste good. :)

Next time, I think I would roll the frosting edges in chopped pecans instead of sprinkling it onto the cookie dough before baking. Other than that, I wouldn’t change much at all!

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Are you a whoopie pie fan? What flavour combinations do you like?

I’d love to make a chocolate peanut butter variety next. Mmmm. Mint chocolate would be good too.

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1 Chelsea @ Strawberry Sweat October 12, 2010

I WANT TO MAKE THESE!!! If I make them without the molasses, will they still taste ok? Or can do you think I can replace the molasses with another syrup?

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2 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

oh yea making them without molasses will be just fine! I only used 1/2 tsp anyways.

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3 CathyK October 12, 2010

haha, are we on the same wavelength or what, today?!
i was thinking about whoopie pies earlier today – i think i should make them for a family hallowe’en treat. don’t think i have had one since high school…so, i am overdue with a whoopie recipe!
my favourite flavour would be chocolate with a vanilla icing centre. but should you feel the desire to whip up a peanut butter and chocolate whoopie combo, well…i would only respond with, “whooooppieeee!!!!”

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4 Noelle October 12, 2010

I was just thinking you should make chocolate with mint. I have been wanting to make these too! Namely Marly made some vegan whoopie pies too. http://www.namelymarly.com/2010/10/vegan-pumpkin-whoopie-pies/ I feel so left behind, but YET I made my own pumpkin vegan cinnamon rolls today. No regrets. Your post made me smile. Your pies look like they were smiling. :)

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5 lindsay (goodiesgalore) October 12, 2010

you cannot believe what this does to me. my biggest joy in life is whoopee pies.

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6 Alexa @ The Girl In Chucks October 12, 2010

OMG. I think these things may be the best thing to ever happen to me.

Please, someone come make them for me immediately!

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7 Jessica @ How Sweet It Is October 12, 2010

I am not a huge whoopie pie fan, but I do love pumpkin spice ones!

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8 Camille October 12, 2010

I made very similar cookies last week without the filling and they were epic! I now wish I had any left so I could fill them :)

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9 Roanne October 12, 2010

Noooo I really wanted to get back on track with eating better after Thanksgiving (your pumpkin pie and dinner roll recipes were fantastic by the way) and now you post these awesome looking whoopie pies that I just happen to have all the ingredients for. What is a girl to do? I obviously can’t not make them, sooo off to the kitchen I go. :P

p.s All your recipes are fantastic, well all the ones that I have tried anyway and there have been many. Thank you for being such a creative genius in the kitchen Angela! :)

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10 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

hahah my pleasure!

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11 lisasfoods October 12, 2010

Those look amazing. I’ve been seeing pumpkin whoopie pies at some local farmers’ markets, and they look delicious. Thanks for sharing this – I didn’t know it was so easy to make the cookie part.

I love the classic ones, and I bet a chocolate-peanut butter-banana one would be really good too.

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12 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

mmm yes banana would be a wonderful addition to the choco PB version!

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13 Joslyn @ missfitbliss October 12, 2010

Those are ADORABLE! But probably better tasting than looking;)

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14 Aimee October 12, 2010

Oh my every recipe you post makes me want to jump through the computer and try a bite! These look amazing; I can only imagine how great they taste. I love the fall and all things pumpkin. As always thanks for sharing your recipes and beautiful photos.

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15 Triona October 12, 2010

ohhhh!!!! this look delicious I cant wait to try and make them myself

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16 Holly @ couchpotatoathlete October 12, 2010

I’ve never made whoopie pies but I am definitely missing out.

I love the little itty bitty ones — super adorable!

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17 Lisa October 12, 2010

Ahh! PRINTING THIS OUT!

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18 Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes October 12, 2010

These look so YUMMY!!! I have to try them NOW!!

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19 Kathryn October 12, 2010

I was just ooggling the whoopie pies at our local vegan resturant today. I opted for a chocolate twinkel (twinkie)….but if there had been some of these I might have given them a go. Her frosting is the consistency of oreo cookie filling…is yours similar?

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20 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

My frosting is not as hard as the oreo frosting I would say. Softer..I would think

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21 Bridget October 12, 2010

I’ve never tried whoopie pies!! Isn’t that lame! Wah :( I really should try them..

If I were to pick a flavour I think these pumpkin one’s would be at the top of the list. But chocolate is always good too!

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22 Maya October 12, 2010

I just really, really enjoy saying WHOOPIE! For that reason (also, because these contain pumpkin) I am bookmarking the recipe…NOW!

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23 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

Me too!
I had to restrain myself from saying WHOOPIE throughout the entire post.

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24 Lea @ Healthy Coconut October 12, 2010

These look great..I don’t have a stand mixer so hopefully it will still come out cakey and light if I mix by hand?

Mint chocolate OR Chocolate coconut….yummy!!!

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25 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

im sure mixing by hand should be just fine :) I used to mix everything by hand before I got my mixer and it always turned out

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26 hippierunner October 12, 2010

Those are the most beautiful ones I’ve ever seen! I love the picture of the itty bitty one! So cute!

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27 Becky October 12, 2010

Wow! These look AMAZING ! I HAVE to make them! I just made your Maple Butternut Squash & Apple Casserole and we had it for dinner tonight. My whole family LOVED it ! I’m actually thinking I might have some for breakfast in the morning ! Thanks for all the great recipes. I’ve been enjoying them……a LOT ! :)

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28 Kelly October 12, 2010

WOW! These look great… I’m so excited for my first vegan thanksgiving that I am already testing recipes ;) Question though, does the butter cream icing need to be refrigerated after its made?

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29 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

Yup, put leftovers in a container in the fridge

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30 Nicole (Picky Nicky) October 12, 2010

Those are beautiful! I’ve never had whoopie pies before, but there’s a first for everything!

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31 Tina @ Faith Fitness Fun October 12, 2010

Not the most beautiful? They look pretty dang good to me!! I don’t know if I’ve ever actually had a whoopie pie. I’ve seriously been missing out.

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32 Heather (Heather's Dish) October 12, 2010

oh dear…i’ve never actually had a whoopie pie before! yikes! all the more reason for you to send me a few…or a dozen. whatever floats your boat :)

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33 Krystina October 12, 2010

Ah, you beat me to it! This is my dream dessert.

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34 Lisa (bakebikeblog) October 12, 2010

Oh Ange – your wonderful creativity never ceases to amaze me :)

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35 Katie @ Healthy Heddleston October 12, 2010

I think Whoopie Pies are what I would call Gobs? I’m not sure.. but I love my Grammy’s chocolate with white filling for my favorite Gobs — I know boring.. but traditional!

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36 stacey-healthylife October 12, 2010

Oh wow that is amazing.

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37 Tami October 12, 2010

i just got a new whoopie pie cookbook and there are two vegan recipes in there if you want me to type them up for you.

i have been told by many that my whoopie pies are the best :)

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38 Mary @ Bites and Bliss October 12, 2010

Whoop whoop, whoopie pies!! haha sorry..had to ;) These look so good!!

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39 Alexia October 12, 2010

looks so good, angela!

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40 Diana @ frontyardfoodie October 12, 2010

Oh yummy! I have two pumpkin cookies left from the batch I made last week……I should make them into a woopie pie.

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41 Amber K October 12, 2010

I have never had such a thing! It looks yummy though.

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42 Charlie October 12, 2010

Those look delicious!
& Itty bitty one = cutest whoopie pie ever!

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43 christyn @ All Ways Nutritious October 12, 2010

i’ve never heard of whoopie pies!! i will definitely try making your version. are they like pancakes?

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44 Renata October 12, 2010

YES! I will be making these immediately. THANK YOU!

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45 claire October 12, 2010

I can’t believe this but I’ve never had a whoopie pie! I would surely love these though…

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46 Brittany @ Bee Louise's Bites October 12, 2010

Oh…yum. I feel like the best part about these is the name. Whoopie!

Do you think the recipe would work substituting the AP flour for GF, AP baking mix?

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47 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

I have never used an GF AP baking mix, so I am not sure. is it supposed to replace regular AP flour? If so, I can’t see why it wouldn’t work. :)

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48 The Wife of a Dairyman October 12, 2010

I just love anything pumpkin! Looks delish!

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49 Allison @ Food For Healing October 12, 2010

YUM, i just love anything pumpkin, especially in the Fall

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50 Dorry October 12, 2010

So glad to have a vegan whoopie pie recipe to try! And pumpkin? My favorite. :) My husband and I shared a pumpkin whoopie pie just after we started dating 2 years ago walking through Central Park – fun memories.

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51 Wei-Wei October 12, 2010

Hmm, I made chocolate whoopie pies (non-vegan, obviously) and the batter was so much thinner than this, and they spread out so much! Not to say that these don’t look amazing though. And the buttercream looks like heaven.

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52 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

You could make the batter thinner by using more almond milk

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53 Stacie October 12, 2010

Yes! I want to make these and the other varieties you suggested. Yummerz!! What type/brand of piping set do you have? I would like to get one and I think you are just the gal to ask. Also, I can’t find Kumat flour within a 90 mile radius of me–honest. What can I substitute in place of it?

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54 Stacie October 12, 2010

P.S. Can’t wait to see if you advance in Project Food Blog #4. You got my vote and it was the only one I casted!!

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55 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2010

Thank you!

The piping set is from Bulk Barn I believe!

You can sub all purpose for kamut or a mix of AP + whole wheat or AP + spelt probably.

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56 Stacie October 12, 2010

Thank you! I do have AP, WW and spelt. Will give it a shot. Thanks again!

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57 Lauren October 12, 2010

Im not a fan of the regular whoppie pies but these are by no means your average whoppie pie! Holy cow, these look incredible!

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58 Stefanie October 12, 2010

I have only had one whoopie pie and it was chocolate with vanilla frosting. It was good but too sweet for me. Your pumpkin whoopie pies look really good. :)

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59 Lily @ Lily's Health Pad October 12, 2010

So many combo choices…how about a red velvet whoopie pie? Or maybe key lime? lemon? smore?

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60 Chelsea @ One Healthy Munchkin October 12, 2010

Today at the grocery store I was considering buying Earth Balance to bake with, but when I read the label I noticed it has trans fats in it. Does this bother you?

However trans fats or not, these look amazing. ;)

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61 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 13, 2010

Really? That is strange..the two I use don’t have trans fats. What kind do you use?

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62 Sarah October 12, 2010

Oh, yum! Honestly, I tend to think vegan desserts are BETTER than the non-vegan variety. Now I just have to decide which one of your amazing-looking confections I’m going to take to Thanksgiving dinner!

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63 Gail October 13, 2010

I have to agree with you. I made a vegan chocolate cake last Christmas and it was wonderful! Also, sometimes the Whole Foods by me makes vegan biscotti, and it’s so yummy! I wish they made them all the time! Something about vegan makes this goodies moister – I don’t know why…

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64 Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg October 12, 2010

Oooh, I LOVE the looks of this!! I love how “cakey” the whoopie pies are!

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65 Nicole @ Geek Turned Athlete October 12, 2010

I have been seeing these things everywhere lately! I was wondering how I could make them myself. Your pics are amazing, and this recipe looks easy. Of course, anything with pumpkin sparks my attention. Thank you!

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66 Pure2raw twins October 12, 2010

Oh my…I want one!! can you believe it, I have never had a whoopie pie before???

And I loved your post on falling in love with coffee. I remember my journey to loving it…when I was in Italy I got to really taste what coffee is haha

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67 christina cadden October 12, 2010

These look so good!

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68 Roanne October 12, 2010

These are the the most incredible, super yummy , fantastic whoopie pies on the planet. I’m serious, I don’t think I’ve ever tasted anything so friggin’ good before…♥

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69 chelsey @ clean eating chelsey October 12, 2010

Can we all say DELICIOUS together now? These look absolutely amazing!!!

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70 jaime October 12, 2010

Hello gorgeous! I think I need to get a fancy mixer. My 1983 hand mixer likes to pop the breaker everytime I use it. I blame my runny and gooy icing on that oldy!

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71 Karen October 12, 2010

Ok, well of course the pies look fabulous. But OMG!
I am having serious cake decorating supply envy right now! All those tips to choose from! And the great little case to keep them organized… Swoon!

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72 Tanya October 12, 2010

Just wanted to say a heartfelt thank you for making healthy eating look so easy & yummy! Since I started reading your blog I have greatly reduced my sugar intake, added more produce & nuts & seeds to my daily menu. I start my day with VOO & usually make a green monster midafternoon to keep my energy up for a busy afterschool to bedtime with my 4 kids. I appreciate your honesty & passion for a healthy but doable lifestyle. Keep up the great work!

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73 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 13, 2010

Congrats to you!!! =) Thanks for your positive comment. I’m happy you are finding success with the new lifestyle changes!

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74 Ashley October 12, 2010

Honestly…I’m not sure if I’ve ever had one!! I could definitely gobble these up!!!!!! I love the baby one!

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75 Marilyn @ Lipgloss and Spandex October 12, 2010

Those whoopie pies look sooooo incredibly good! I don’t think I’ve ever had whoopie pies before…

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76 J3nn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog) October 12, 2010

Those look fabulous!

I love your army of pastry bag tips. :D

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77 Diana October 13, 2010

No joke, I had a dream about your thanksgiving post and I fully expect to dream of this tonight ;)

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78 Marina October 13, 2010

These look great! I will make them, thank god that the molasses isn’t that important, I don’t have any.

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79 Kristy October 13, 2010

Can I go ahead and order some of these through the Glo Bakery? ;-) Dunno if they will keep all the way to FL but…

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80 jenna October 13, 2010

how yummy!!!! :) i bet chocolate and pb would be amazing too!

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81 Katie October 13, 2010

These look so good!!! You know, I’ve never had whoopie pies. :( But we went on a hayride this past weekend and I saw pumpkin ones in the little shop they have. I didn’t get them, but now I wish I would have! :)

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82 Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday October 13, 2010

Are whoopie pies the new cupcake? I keep seeing them around blogs nowadays.
Not long ago I had never even heard of them!

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83 Violetta Maria Dima October 13, 2010

Wow those look amazing! Hey totally off topic here but it’s been driving me nuts… what web site did you say you ordered your 2 sided buisness cards for 5 cents each? Im on a mission to order some and I can’t find it. Thanks :-) Have a beautiful day!!!
Violetta

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84 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 13, 2010

http://www.print100.com/

I love their quality and good price :)

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85 Kerry October 13, 2010

HI There, I’ve been floowing your blog for a while now and have a question about almond milk. I went to the grocery store to buy some the other day to try one of your recipes and they have so many different types – sweetened origional, and vanilla, unsweetened origional and vanilla, etc. What type do you use?

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86 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 13, 2010

I buy unsweetened vanilla Almond breeze :)

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87 Andrea (@ Puppy Dog Tales) October 13, 2010

I saw this recipe on your site this morning after my run…and I was drooling at 6am. These look fabulous and to me they are very pretty!

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88 Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat October 13, 2010

I thought my breakfast looked good this morning… until I saw these!! ;)

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89 Laurie @ Cookies 'n Cardio October 13, 2010

Holy freaking amazing! Those look like pumpkin perfection! I’m always intrigued by non-traditional whoopie pies (I still want to make red velvet whoopie pies.) My roomie is lactose intolerant so I try my best to tailor baked goods to her dietary needs so she can help me devour them :) I made some PRETTY awesome VEGAN PUMPKIN DARK CHOCOLATE CHUNK COOKIES! Check out the recipe:
http://cookiesncardio.blogspot.com/2010/10/pumpkin-dark-chocolate-ok.html

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90 Gail October 13, 2010

I was just going to suggest adding dark chocolate chips to Angie’s pumpkin whoopie pies. I altered an applesauce cookie recipe to be pumpkin chocolate chip – it’s wonderful. A guy at work says that my cookies were “forged by Jesus himself in the fires of Heaven.” I guess he likes them :0) My recipe unfortunately has a lot of butter and I need to figure out what to substitute it with, thanks for the link!

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91 Shannon, Tropical Eats October 13, 2010

these look sooooooooooooo good! another winner :)

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92 Mel October 13, 2010

Oh my goodness! I tried whoopies for the first time – I’ve never seen them in England before maybe they exist but I dont see them my neck of the woods. So I was like wow this is good, but sadly its not Vegan so I am excstatic you have a recipe!! I think I will have to make my own pumpkin puree though, thats not common here either.

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93 Tracey October 13, 2010

These look so good! I am going to be on pumpkin overload by the end of the season, but I love it!

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94 Cindy October 13, 2010

Haven’t had a whoopie pie since I was a kid! What a wonderful way to use my leftover pumpkin puree and spices from the Pumpkin Gingerbread on Thanksgiving (which was delicious).

Thank you for the delicious vegan recipes you are sharing…and the pictures are beautiful. Craving another coffee just by looking at the french press photos.

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95 Roz October 13, 2010

Baking a batch of these may have to be added to this upcoming weekend’s agenda. Thanks for the recipe!!!

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96 Nichole (Flirting with Food Fitness & Fashion) October 13, 2010

Yum! These look really good!!!

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97 Jenny October 13, 2010

I just made these last weekend! I didn’t make the vegan version but I’d love to give it a try! : ) Thanks for posting

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98 Cathy Breit October 13, 2010

so glad you came up with a whoopie recipe to fit your eating style! Because really, truly: No life is quite complete without whoopie pies! I’m a PA native, I should know :)
Love ya,
Cathy B. @ brightbakes

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99 Brooke October 13, 2010

As soon as I saw this, I absolutely HAD to make it! I just finished it a few minutes ago, and can I just say, that spiced buttercream frosting is heaven…just to die for!!!!!!!!!! The bowl is so empty, I don’t see a need to put it in the dishwasher! ;-)

One question for you though…my whoopie pies (cake part) turned out a bit dense. I had this problem with a vegan pumpkin bread that I made (failed…) last weekend. The bread turned out a lot worse…more like a dense, rich dessert than a bread. The whoopie pies are thinner, so they still taste great, but I was wondering if the ones you made were as dense, or if I’m just adding too much pumpkin (or something else).

Thanks for all the wonderful baking ideas!!!! :-)

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100 Jocelyn October 13, 2010

Those look absolutely divine!! YUM!

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101 Melissa October 13, 2010

I absolutely cannot wait to try these! I love EarthBalance spread and can’t resist anything pumpkin spice! What a great idea!

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102 Laurab @ foodsnobstl October 13, 2010

Oh, these look awesome. I mighty make some to bring to work for Halloween! I think a chocolate mint combo rolled in crushed candy canes would be good around the holidays.

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103 Jolene (www.everydayfoodie@hotmail.com) October 13, 2010

I have never had a whoopie pie!

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104 Heidi - Apples Under My Bed October 14, 2010

Too cute for words, love them!
Heidi xo

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105 Halley (Blunder Construction) October 14, 2010

Oh no you didn’t! I absolutely must make these, I LOVE IT!

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106 Kathy November 19, 2012

Hi, I can’t seem to find Kamut flour – is there a substitute that can be used? Will be bringing these for Thanksgiving! They look so fun! :-) Thanks

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107 Angela (Oh She Glows) November 21, 2012

Hi Kathy, All purpose flour will work as a sub. I also suggest adding a touch more baking powder as they turned out more flat and dense than I was hoping.

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108 Ann October 16, 2013

Hi Angela,
These look delicious! Is there a substitute I can use for Kamut flour?

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109 Ann October 16, 2013

Oops, just saw previous post. :)

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