Saturday, September 15, 2012

Peanut Butter and Jelly Whoopie Pies

Peanut Butter and Jelly.  I think these two flavors represent going to school.  My poor son has eaten his share of PB&J sandwiches over the last few years since he started attending school, but he still loves them.  My daughter just started school so after the initial excitement of going to school wore off... she balked a bit. The long days started to get to her and she cried this past week about going to school.  I told her I would make her a fun treat when she got back home to appease her. Okay, I bribed her.  LOL!  As soon as I picked them up from school they asked what I had made them.  These Peanut Butter and Jelly Whoopie Pies did not disappoint.  The biggest kid in my house, my husband, ate them the most enthusiastically.  Not bad for my first attempt at making a whoopie pie.  "Whoppie!!"

1 box yellow cake mix
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
1/4 cup canola oil
1/2 cup milk
3 eggs

1 (8oz) brick cream cheese room temperature
1 cup strawberry jam
1/3 cup powdered sugar

Mix batter with all ingredients until smooth.   Place in whoopie pie pan or use a cookie scoop to make even balls of batter and bake on a cookie sheet.  Bake in a 350 oven for 10-12 minutes.  Allow to cool in pan.  
Mix cream cheese, jam and sugar together with a wooden spoon until cream. Allow to chill and set for several hours in the fridge.  Apply a dollop between two whoppie pies.  Enjoy.

Note: Keep filling in fridge to store.  These whoppie pies must also be refrigerated due to the cream cheese.  If you prefer you can use a store bought white frosting and mix in jam for a different take on the filling. 

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  1. These little gems would make anyone happy! So adorable and yummy! Hope you are having a fabulous weekend, my friend :) xo

  2. HI Ramona,
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  3. You've inspired me to venture beyond the ordinary whoopie pies to some new flavors! Your version looks delish!!! Hope you're having a nice weekend~

  4. Oh my gosh! These are amazing!!! I have a whoopie pie maker that I haven't been using lately and you've inspired me!

  5. I'll be right over. You saved me a dozen right?!

  6. Haha the best way to entice a kid is through food bribery my mum does it all the time :D
    Love these flavoursome Whoopie pies!

    Choc Chip Uru

  7. I'm thinking I need to buy a whoopie pie pan! These sound so good!

  8. Cream cheese and strawberry jam surely makes for a heavenly filling!

  9. I still can't believe I've never made or eaten a whoopie pie. What a delicious bribe these were.

  10. You are so lucky! It is 105 degrees here in Southern California. I am so sick of the heat and ready for our 75 degree Winters we usually have. I love your weekly round up, especially since I am behind on all my reading due to my injury. I can't wait to try your beef stroganoff. Hope your Sunday is bliss!

  11. mmmmm these look awesome! PB & J anything is at the top of my list!
    I also bribe Ana with treats...she hates preschool. :-/

  12. Great treat! Every time I have a PB and J I think, why don't I eat these more often. They are just something that never gets old.

  13. These are so cute! I've never had Whoopie pies and I have only seen them on blogs. I think bakers have lots of pans and molds huh. I only have basic stuff. I didn't know there is a whoopie pie mold (never paid close attention before). How cute!


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