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Why do these little guys have to be so ding dang good? Seriously! These oatmeal whoopie pie are ridiculously amazing! I love how great they taste and how easy they are to make. Now, for a bit of clarification. I understand that some parts of the country call these whoopie pies while the rest calls them gobs. They are the same thing and they both taste great. Debate, over 🙂 If you like Little Debbie oatmeal cream pies you are going to LOVE these oatmeal whoopie pies. They are the cat’s meow, the black bird’s crow, the horses nay, and the millionaire’s pocket. They. Are. Good.
Whoopie Pies. Such a strange name, right? When I tell people I’m making whoopie pies, they ALWAYS give me a weird look, and most exclaim, “What the heck are whoopie pies?!” Simply put, whoopie pies are two cookies with filling in between. A lot of times, you’ll see chocolate and pumpkin whoopie pies when bakeries offer them. While I’ve never tried the chocolate or pumpkin, I’m sure both would be excellent flavors for a cookie sandwich.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Dottilicious Sweets And Treats.
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