Usher In the Fall Season With Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

These pumpkin whoopie pies are just the thing for a fall afternoon. They go great with a cup of coffee!

These pumpkin whoopie pies are just the thing for a fall afternoon. They go great with a cup of coffee!

Making Whoopie Pies at Home

My husband has always had a taste for whoopie pies. We lived in the Midwest when we were first married, and when we ventured out on weekends we traveled towards the northern parts of Indiana where these pies were abundantly available and the varieties were varied. Here in South Florida, they are only available at certain novelty shops and in convenience stores. They are satisfactory, but still not the same as those homemade whoopie pies or "moon pies" up north.

Last week while surfing the net, he came across a recipe for these pies made from pumpkin, and he thought it would be a great way to usher in the coming fall season. I am not a big lover of sweets, unless it has something chocolate, but the final product tempted me and I could not resist. I must say that they were absolutely satisfying. And coupled with my cup of coffee, well, let's just say that there was no better way to begin my day.

My own special whoopie pumpkin pie treat freshly made and calling to me!

My own special whoopie pumpkin pie treat freshly made and calling to me!

The Origins of Whoopie Pies

Whoopie pies are scrumptious, sweet mini-sandwiches filled with cream cheese or frosting between two moist cake layers. In stores, the most popular types sold are chocolate and caramel. Both types come with marshmallow filling between the cakes. The round shape of this cake is an attractive feature and the thick layer of sweet filling between is so creamy it oozes out when you bite into the sandwich.

Whenever we travel, my husband looks for these treats at gas stations, diners, and mom-and-pop type shops. Usually, they are up front by the cash registers wrapped in single plastic wrap or simple packaging. You can imagine the thrill he displayed when we found them sold by the box at a specialty store one day!

Whoopie pies are considered a New England phenomenon and Pennsylvania Amish tradition. According to food historians, Amish women would bake these desserts (known as huckelbucks, or creamy turtles) and put them in farmers' lunch pails. It is also the official state treat of Maine. The world's largest whoopie pie was created in South Portland, Maine, in 2011 and weighed 1,062 pounds. It was broken into pieces and sold to raise funds to send Maine-made whoopie pies to soldiers serving overseas.

Whoopie Pie Trivia

  1. Other names of whoopie pies are moon pies, gobs, black moons, scooter pies, round dogs, cream cakes.
  2. In Bath, Maine, during the Heritage Days festival, the town holds a whoopie pie eating contest.
  3. Five hundred people attended the first annual Whoopie Pie Festival in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine.
  4. According to a Southwestern Pennsylvanian folklorist, the origins of the whoopie pie are in medieval Germany, where cream-filled cake was baked. German religious groups, such as the Amish and the Mennonites, who settled in Pennsylvania as early as the 1730s, brought the confection.
  5. Gob is a name owned by Tim Yost of Yost's Dutch Maid Baker in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, though the name is used widely throughout western Pennsylvania. Why "gob"? Could be that the miners who carried gobs in their lunch boxes likened them to lumps of coal, which were also called gobs.
  6. Why "whoopie"? The lore is that these were popular treats packed in the lunch boxes of Amish schoolchildren (makes sense, as a frosting sandwich is less messy than frosting on top of a cake). They would pop open their lunch boxes, spot the treat, and shout, "Whoopie!"
  7. Marshmallow Fluff is the main ingredient in the filling of a traditional whoopie pie. Manufactured by the Durkee-Mower Company in Massachusetts.

Source: Whoopie Pies, S. Billingsley and A. Treadwell, Chronicle Books LLC, 2010

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

20 min

10 min

30 min

About four dozen (depending upon the cake size)

We try to use organic, natural ingredients as much as possible to give the whoopie pies a fresher taste.

We try to use organic, natural ingredients as much as possible to give the whoopie pies a fresher taste.

Pumpkin Whoopie Pie Cakes

  • 3 cups whole wheat flour, or all-purpose flour
  • 2 tbs cinnamon
  • 1 tsp bakng powder
  • 1 tsp kosher salt, or regular table salt
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg
  • 1 cup turbinado sugar, or granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1 cup canola oil, or sunflower or vegatable oil
  • 3 cups chilled organic pumpkin puree, or regular canned pumpkin
  • 2 eggs organic, cage free, or regular eggs
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract, or regular vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp baking soda
Using a small cookie scoop will make perfect round cakes.

Using a small cookie scoop will make perfect round cakes.


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line baking sheets with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda, salt, ginger, and nutmeg. Set aside.
  3. In a separate bowl, whisk the sugar, dark brown sugar, and the oil together. Add the pumpkin puree and whisk to combine thoroughly. Add the eggs and vanilla and whisk until combined.
  4. Gradually add the flour mixture to the pumpkin mixture and whisk until completely combined.
  5. Use a small cookie scoop or a large spoon to drop a rounded, heaping tablespoon of the dough onto the prepared baking sheets, about 1 inch apart.
  6. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, making sure that the cookies are just starting to crack on top and a toothpick inserted into the center of a cookie comes out clean. The cookies should be firm when touched. Remove from the oven and let the cookies cool completely on a cooling rack.
  7. To make the filling (see the ingredients below), beat the butter on medium speed until smooth with no visible lumps, about 3 minutes. Add the cream cheese and beat until smooth and combined, about 2 minutes. Add the powdered sugar a little bit at a time, then add the maple syrup and vanilla. Beat until smooth.
  8. To assemble the whoopie pies: Turn half of the cooled cakes upside down. Pipe or spoon the filling (about a tablespoon) onto that half. Place another cookie, flat side down, on top of the filling. Press down slightly so that the filling spreads to the edges of the cake. Repeat until all the cookies are used. Put the whoopie pies in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to firm before serving.

Source: Browneyedbaker.com

Maple Cream Cheese Filling

  • 3 c powdered sugar
  • 8 oz. cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 4 oz (1/2 cup) unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 3 tbs pure maple syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

My husband wanted to make his cakes perfectly round so that the filling would flow out from the edges slightly puffy. Using a piping tool will make the job easier, but he used a basic spatula and they still looked pretty. Also, make sure that you pick up a small cookie scoop or ice cream scoop to make the cakes. It makes the cakes nice and round. Lastly, don't forget to pick up some parchment paper when making your grocery list of the ingredients.

The recipe makes about forty sandwiches. We kept a few out to enjoy during the week and the rest we stored in the freezer for later in the season. it is suggested that you eat the frozen pies within thirty days because the filling tends to lose its fluff and taste.

If you have any thoughts or tidbits to share about your experience with whoopie pies please mention them in the comment section below.

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© 2012 Dianna Mendez


Dianna Mendez (author) on November 16, 2018:

Linda, it is time for these wonderful treats. Pumpkin is my favorite flavor any day.

Linda Chechar from Arizona on October 27, 2018:

I had never heard of these until a few years ago. Chocolate whoopie pies are my favorite but I need to try the pumpkin version. I take advantage of everything pumpkin this time of the year. Thanks for this great recipe.

Dianna Mendez (author) on September 13, 2014:

I think it's about time my hubby made me a batch of these, Tillsontitan. THanks for reminding me of the enjoyment. Take care and be safe out there.

Mary Craig from New York on September 12, 2014:

Whoopie! What a great recipe and you couldn't have resurrected this wonderful hub at a better time. Its quite obvious why this was a hub of the day!

Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting.

Dianna Mendez (author) on September 08, 2014:

Linda, I think you are right! We could enjoy them over a cup of hot tea or coffee. I am thinking about making some again soon for the fall season coming up soon.

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on September 07, 2014:

It's about to be fall, I think it's about time you share some whoopie pies with your good friends :))

Dianna Mendez (author) on March 19, 2014:

I am envious of you easy access to these wonderful pies. When I lived up north, we dined at the local Amish restaurant and enjoyed these as well as the wonderful food. Thank you for visiting and enjoy a whoopie pie for me!

dearabbysmom from Indiana on March 17, 2014:

I live in Indiana Amish country, and many of our local restaurants and bakeries have whoopie pies. Usually they are chocolate with either white or peanut butter frosting in the middle. I have seen pumpkin with cream cheese frosting, but never this maple frosting, which I think would be just perfect with the pumpkin. A delicious twist on this, and I'm eager to try!

Jessee R from Gurgaon, India on January 07, 2013:

Congratz Teaches... on the hub of day... :)

Fabulous .. mouth watering hub here.. and excellently described

Dianna Mendez (author) on December 22, 2012:

Ryan, your description of these cakes are right on - they are so creamy and delish! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Enjoy your weekend.

ryanjhoe from Somewhere over the rainbow on December 21, 2012:

I love something creamy and it looks yummy. Maybe I will try to make whoopie pie based on your recipe. You have pretty complete information about it. Thanks for sharing! :)

Dianna Mendez (author) on December 17, 2012:

Daisy, I appreciate your returning and for your sweet greeting. I loved the cake you posted -- I tasted it in my dreams -- Yum!

Daisy Mariposa from Orange County (Southern California) on December 17, 2012:


I came back to read your recipe again, and to wish you a Happy Birthday on December 17th.

Happy Birthday!!!

Dianna Mendez (author) on December 14, 2012:

Chris, the pictures make these look good, but they are even better in reality! Thanks for the visit and support. Enjoy your weekend.

Chris Achilleos on December 14, 2012:

Now those whoopie pies look delicious :). I love baking. Thank you for sharing the recipe. Definitely voted up and useful!


Dianna Mendez (author) on November 22, 2012:

Beingwell, sounds like a great idea to me -- enjoy those pies! It was nice to see you here. Enjoy your weekend.

beingwell from Bangkok on November 21, 2012:

Oh my! This got me craving. I'm buying a whoopie pie in au bon pain now! Voted up and shared.

Dianna Mendez (author) on November 04, 2012:

Madi, I love the chocolate ones, but I am hooked in the pumpkin. You will be the star of the day at Thanksgiving! Enjoy!

Madison Gardiner. from Denver, Colorado on November 04, 2012:

Oh my gosh, I'm going to HAVE to make these for Thanksgiving! I love cooking desserts :) Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 23, 2012:

Dontei, if you do try this recipe, you may become hooked for life. I know I am. Thanks for your visit and support. You have a great day.

Michael on October 23, 2012:

Hmm, I usually get my whoopie pie supply from a amish baker I know. But I never thought to consider the possibility of pumpkin whoopie pies! Thanks for the great read. I may even give this a shot soon.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 23, 2012:

Kristine, yes, we can eat these anytime of the year. Whoopie! LOL! Thanks for the smile today.

The girls, that would make me happy to have you as a neighbor. Eating whoopies pies with a friend is even more enjoyable! I enjoyed your visit today.

Theresa Ventu from Los Angeles, California on October 23, 2012:

How I wish we were neighbors... Lol! I will be delighted to taste and experience a home-made moon pie. I usually by it in boxes - it is a family fave snack. Voted up and shared

Kristine Manley from Atlanta, GA on October 23, 2012:

Wonderful recipe. I'll be saying "Whoopie" each time I take a bite of one of these pies - LOL! These are great any time of the year. Voted Up.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 19, 2012:

Good to see you here, Todaylearning. Thanks for stopping by and for your visit. Enjoy your weekend.

todaylearning from Texas, United States on October 19, 2012:

Thank you for sharing, congratulations too =)

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 15, 2012:

Blond Logic, Krull, is one of my husband's favorite musicians. She does play very well. My hubby just made some chocolate ones this morning. Very good as well. I hope you do try them some time, you may find them addictive! Take care and enjoy your day.

Dazzle, I think pumpkin is such a great treat, especially during this time of year. I will have to look in on your post. Love pumpkin! Be well and strong.

Janelle from Houston on October 14, 2012:

I loooooove pumpkin anything! Hence why I just wrote this hub. https://hubpages.com/food/3-Recipes-to-Enjoy-Pumpk...

Mary Wickison from Brazil on October 14, 2012:

I have never heard of them. They look very good though. Your husband must be a man of fine breeding . I love the video, I had never heard of Diana Krall but boy can she play that piano!

I will bookmark this for later referral.

Thanks for the recipe.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 13, 2012:

Coffee, I agree the photos make them look so yummy, and the reality is - they are! Thanks for your visit here today. Blessings.

Marites Mabugat-Simbajon from Toronto, Ontario on October 13, 2012:

Congratulations, teaches! This is SO yummy looking, bet the real thing is just yummylicious. I'm salivating. Voting up, way up! Bookmarking and sharing.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 13, 2012:

Cathleena, thank you for coming by today. I found the history of the pies interesting as well. My hubby and I make jokes when we take our first bite, "whoopie"!

Cogerson, I am so thrilled that you made these and so happy they were tasty for your family. Thank you for validating the recipe with your experience. You are an awesome supporter!


UltimateMovieRankings from Virginia on October 13, 2012:

Just doing a return visit and letting you know I gave this recipe a spin.....the results did not turn out as well as the photos in your hub....but the quality of the food was pretty darn good.....my wife and older children really liked them....the little ones were not as impressed.....congrats on your Hub of the Day award....very impressive....keep up the great work.

Cathleena Beams from Tennessee on October 13, 2012:

Yum - Pumpkin moon pie sounds wonderful to me. I had never heard of these as "whoopie" pies before and enjoyed reading the history and finding out that the Amish children were responsible for naming them as such. Voting up, and pushing all the buttons except for funny. Great hub!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 12, 2012:

Whonu, I'm sure if you promise to wash the dishes your wife will make you a batch. ;)

whonunuwho from United States on October 12, 2012:

This sounds delish and if i can get my wife to help out with the recipe, we will give it a try. Very seasonal and makes you feel like it's pumpkin time. Thanks, teaches.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 12, 2012:

Christy, Jamie, and Angela wish I could fedex one to you for your support here. Thanks!

Angela Kane from Las Vegas, Nevada on October 12, 2012:

Those look so good, I think I will make it for Halloween.

Jamie Brock from Texas on October 12, 2012:

Congrats on HOTD! These whoopie pies look so yummy.. my mouth is watering and now my stomach is growling LOL! What a great hub and thank you for sharing the recipe for these! Up, sharing and gotta pin this one!

Christy Birmingham from British Columbia, Canada on October 12, 2012:

Congrats on the hub of the day Teaches! I have heard of these treats yet never had one and your hub has me hungry now :) Well written and most deserving of the award. Vote up and sharing too.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 12, 2012:

Hello, Minnetonka. I love this recipe myself and can't wait to make our next chocolate batch. Thanks so much for your support. Enjoy your evening.

Linda Rogers from Minnesota on October 12, 2012:

NUMMY recipe~I love pumpkin and think this sounds like a great type of whoopie pie. Why didn't I think of that? Can't wait to try this recipe. BTW-the picture of the three pies is absolutely mouth watering.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Thank you, Prasonline. I am so glad that you came by here and enjoyed the post. Enjoy your day.

Prasanna Marlin from Sri lanka on October 11, 2012:

Congratulations Teacher. I like the pictures you took and displayed to demonstrate.

Fantastic hub! beautiful and interesting.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Emma, so glad you like the recipe idea. Yes, to make them soon. You will truly enjoy them.

Emma Kisby from Berkshire, UK on October 11, 2012:

These look fantastic! I want to try making them - thanks for a great hub!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Emily, I am partial to the chocolate version myself. In fact, my hubby is getting ready to make some this week, that's my kind of whoopie pie! Thanks for your support. Have a great weekend.

emilybee on October 11, 2012:

I'll always be partial to the original chocolate whoopie pie but your photos look great and with the organic ingredients I know they'll taste awesome. Voted up.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Hello, Keith! Mom & Pop stores are usually the ones to carry these yummy pies. Haven't seen them much around South Florida. It's all the more reason to make them often.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Deb, thanks for your vote of support. I am glad to hear that some one else loves these wonderful pies.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Stephanie, thank you for your warm wishes. I agree, with all the fresh pumpkins, making this treat would be wonderful.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Thanks, Crystaleyes, for your comment and vote. I hope you enjoy some soon.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Oh yes, the Amish country does know how to make these wonderful pies. Thanks, Cathy.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Jenn-Anne, Thanks! Yes, yum is a good description.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Lady Wolfs, thank you for your support. Pumpkin is just what makes the fall special, no matter what the treat.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Robin, thank you so much!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Kqkeystrokes, thanks for the warm wishes.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

I saw the root beer float cake and wondered if it was good. I will have to try that next. Thanks, Susan, for coming by to visit.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Thanks, hrymel. Enjoy one for me too.

KDuBarry03 on October 11, 2012:

Congrats on the hub of the day, Dianna! I used to eat whoopies like crazy; I remember there was this mom & pop store right where I lived in NYC and they were always amazing! Huh...now I'll be searching for them; definitely in the mood for one :) Great job and great info!

GoldenThreadPress on October 11, 2012:

Wow! I thought I was the only one lovin' this Hub! Super job! I loved the history and recipe (will try it). I am a newbie to Whoopie Pies. Never had them until a couple of years ago. Even so, I love, love, love them! And, for that I voted your Hub up!--Deb

Stephanie Henkel from USA on October 11, 2012:

Congratulations on your hub of the Day! These pumpkin whoopie pies look scrumptious! October is the perfect time to make them, too, with all the fresh pumpkins at the farmers' markets. Voted up and pinned!

crystaleyes from Earth on October 11, 2012:

Amazing whoopie pies! I should make them.. i am sure they will be liked at home.. congrats on HOTD! very informative hub.. voted up and useful definitely..

Ms. Immortal from NJ on October 11, 2012:

I had my first and only w

hoppie pie while visiting my sister in Ohio. We went to Amish country and there it was in the Amish bakery looking so amazing. I couldn't resist. A pumpkin version sounds delicious!

Jenn-Anne on October 11, 2012:

The only appropriate comment here would be: YUM! Awesome hub!

Lady Wolfs on October 11, 2012:

I have never heard of this kind of pie, but they look really good. I have always loved pumpkin pies and bread. Perfect for the season. Nice hub. Congratulations on "Hub Of The Day". Clap Clap!!

Voted up and awesome!

Robin Grosswirth from New York on October 11, 2012:

Diane, BTW, Congrats on the hub of the day award!!!

India Arnold from Northern, California on October 11, 2012:

I will be making these for sure! Great recipe, layout, and information! Totally perfect choice for Hub Of The day! Congrats!


susanm23b on October 11, 2012:

What a wonderful and yummy hub! I will definitely try this great recipe! I love pumpkin (I'm working on a pumpkin recipe hub right now) and I also love The Brown Eyed Baker. Her rootbeer float cake is a WOW! Wonderful job on a well-deserved "Hub of the Day"--beautiful photos too :)

Haley from Baltimore, MD on October 11, 2012:

They look wonderful, I can't wait to try this recipe.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Thanks, Kelley. I do appreciate your coming by to support the hub. Blessings, dear friend.

kelleyward on October 11, 2012:

Back to say congrats!!!! I love this hub. Take care, Kelley

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Hi, Ruchira. Glad you like the recipe idea. Hope you find it to your liking. Thanks for the support and well wishes.

Ruchira from United States on October 11, 2012:

What a timely hub. Gotta try it, Dianna.

Congrats on the HOTD :)

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Thanks, Carolyn. They are all that! Take care.

carolynkaye from USA on October 11, 2012:

They look delicious!!! Great Hub :)

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Rebecca, thank you for your support of my writing efforts. Since I have looked at these pies off and on all day, I am going to have to have one later. Enjoy your evening.

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on October 11, 2012:

What a clever Hub, and those pumpkin whoopee pies look delicious. Congratulations, well earned HOTD!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Kimberlie, the looks are tempting, but the taste will really convince you of their goodness. Thanks for your support. Enjoy your day.

Kimberlie Kacan from Brooklyn, NY on October 11, 2012:

Those look REALLY good!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

thank you, shampa. It is a wonderful experience when you take your first bite of these pies.

Shampa Sadhya from NEW DELHI, INDIA on October 11, 2012:

Congrats! You deserve it.

I will definitely try to prepare this. It looks quite yummy. Voted up and awesome! Sharing and pinning.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

When you do try these, Jen, you may just have to keep making them. I know they are very addictive and have to control myself. Thanks for your visit here today.

jenbeach21 from Orlando, FL on October 11, 2012:

This looks so good! I am definitely going to have to try these!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Denise, thank you four support. My hubby admits that he is addicted to these pies. The pumpkin may just be my favorite, but then chocolate can easily take the lead.

How1conquered, if you don't make them, try to buy them. They are worth the effort. Thanks for your visit here today. Thank you.

Moonlake, Thanks for the vote and your support. If you get your husband started on these, he may just be hooked for life. Have a great day.

moonlake from America on October 11, 2012:

Congratulations on hotd. These look really good. I know my husband would sure like them. Voted uP!

HowIConquered on October 11, 2012:

Wow, those things look amazing. Great pictures as well. Definitely will consider making these this holiday season.

Denise Handlon from North Carolina on October 11, 2012:

Dianna-congratulations on the Yummy HOTD selection here. My late husband, John loved Whoopie Pies. These look awesome and I love the autumn version you've created with the pumpkin and maple. It's perfect! Rated up/stars/and sharing

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Anglnwu, Thanks much. I hope you try them soon, they will make the fall season come alive! Take care.

Molly, thanks for the support. I appreciate your encouraging comment. Enjoy your day.

Mary Strain from The Shire on October 11, 2012:

Congratulations on HOTD, Teaches! You deserve it! :-)

anglnwu on October 11, 2012:

Congrats on HOD. I've never had these before but they look sumptious. Will have to try them, now that the season is upon. Rated up.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Victoria, thank you for your kind words of support Have a most enjoyable day, friend.

Victoria Lynn from Arkansas, USA on October 11, 2012:

Wow, these look great! Congrats on HOTD. This is a very attractive hub! Voted up and more! Way to go, teaches!

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

ishwary, thank you. I appreciate your words of encouragement. Take care and be well.

Ishwaryaa Dhandapani from Chennai, India on October 11, 2012:

Congrats on the well-deserved HOTD! This well-formatted recipe hub of yours is packed with detailed instructions, engaging trivia and titbits and handy step-by-step photos! Way to go!

Thanks for SHARING. Useful & Interesting. Voted up

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Sinea, thank you. Hope you do try the recipe some day, it's really good.

Sinea Pies from Northeastern United States on October 11, 2012:

Congratulations on being selected for Hub of the Day! What a great article. Voted up and awesome. :)

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

I am glad you came by here today, CloudExplorer. Thank you for your support. I think you will enjoy this recipe when you try it. I know that it can be addictive once you try it.

Dianna Mendez (author) on October 11, 2012:

Ha, ha,ha! Love your opening to this comment. Thank you for stopping by, Comfort B. I appreciate your kind support.

Mike Pugh from New York City on October 11, 2012:

I love the recipe here, the trivia was fun to read, and I gave the poll a try to, you definitely know how to turn a hub into a stellar one indeed. Nicely done Teaches12345.

Oh and them images are super yummy looking, I'm gonna pass this on to my wife as well, she might wanna add it to her baking selections as well. Thanks!

Thumbs up and getting shared for sure.

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