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Monday, September 12, 2011

Football Whoopie Pies | Game Day Recipes


Football Whoopie Pies
A New Favorite

New! Printable Recipes, here.

Whoopie Pies are all the rage these days - even dubbed as the new cupcake.  I created these football shaped whoopies for a Game Day Party.  Just as I did with my original Whoopie recipe, I started with a cake mix.  Instead of round scoops onto the baking sheet, I spread the dough into football shapes.  It couldn't have been easier!

Get my Whoopie Pie Recipe Here >>



Use a little royal icing (recipe here!) to make the laces on top.  You could even add some of your team's colors or logo.


Here are my footballs before they went into the oven.  I just spread them around with the tip of a knife to get the shape correct.

*Instead of Silpat, I've switched to using pre-cut parchment sheets that fit perfectly in a sheet pan... they are a dream.  They are non-stick and you can just throw them away after you use them.  I use them for everything - cookies, roasting vegetables, meatballs, etc.  I'm stocking them in my store as one of my favorite "essentials" - 200 sheets for $12... which should be a year supply.


These Football Whoopie Pies are part of my Game Day Menu.  Get all of the Game Day Party Recipes Here >>

13 comments:

  1. Looking forward to trying these as a suprise for my BF this weekend.

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  2. whoop whoop!! these pies look great. My husband would love to have this, think I should get a hold of you to make some for me cause I know mine won't turn out as great as yours :)
    Feel free to visit my site for a free giveaway :)

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  3. OMG I am OBSESSED with your blog. You have the most adorable page, to to forget these amazing little footballs. Fall is the best and I believe you captured it all right here in this post. Love it.
    *Your newest follower*
    Laura @ A Healthy Jalapeño

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  4. SO cute! My bf will love these!

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  5. Oh my goodness, I LOVE these!!! You have some totally awesome game day related posts! I would LOVE to have you share them on the Football Tailgate link party!!
    http://www.momendeavors.com/2011/09/college-football-saturday-tailgate-week-2.html

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  6. Angela11:34 PM

    I am excited to make the FB Whoopies! We are deeply involved in College football. I make a treat weekly for my husband's players, and this is the perfect way to keep football on their minds!

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  8. These are so cute! I'm going to make them as party favors for my son's football-themed first birthday party

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  9. I made these for our tailgate this weekend and they were a HIT! The whoopie pies were so light and delicious! People from other tailgates were asking to have one! They will be a weekly tradition during our home football games from now on!

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  10. Great! You have the most adorable page, to forget these amazing little footballs. Fall is the best and I believe you captured it all right here in this post. Love it.Thanks for sharing nice post.
    Football

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