The Whoopie Pie Book: 60 Irresistible Recipes for Cake Sandwiches Classic and New by Claire Ptak

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  • Baking Bites by Nicole Weston

    The best thing about the book is the variety of recipes that it offers: it’s not just one slight variation on a whoopie pie after another.

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  • Tinned Tomatoes

    Claire owns Violet, a cake company in East London. She is also a food stylist. You should see her work, it is amazing. It you have Ottolenghi’s Plenty, then you will already be familiar with it.

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  • ISBN 10 1446402835
  • ISBN 13 9781446402832
  • Published Oct 14 2010
  • Format eBook
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Random House (Digital)
  • Imprint CCV Digital

Publishers Text

Dark chocolate with salted caramel. Raspberry and nectarine with vanilla bean. Red velvet with buttercream. Welcome to the irresistible world of the whoopie pie. Whoopie pies are two discs of sponge cake sandwiching a thick buttercream filling. Like cupcakes, they come from America, where they were originally baked by the Amish community. These melt-in-the-mouth treats are a suprise hit in Britain, where they are outselling cupcakes, donuts and macaroons. With over 60 mouthwatering recipes this is a Whoopie-baker's bible. It has treats for every occasion including seasonal flavours like Easter rhubarb with vanilla custard, indulgent treats like pumpkin with cream cheese, and cute party snacks like mocha-orange with espresso whipped cream. There are even alternative cake-cookie recipes such as oreo cookies and easy macaroons. Find out what all the fuss is about with "The Whoopie Pie Book".

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