Holstein Mini Whoopie Pie Maker


I am all over any kind of appliance that makes my life easier. If it can make me chocolate desserts, I love it even more!! That is where the Holstein Mini Whoopie Pie Maker comes in.

Need an easy dessert for dinner or a party or your kids school bake sale? This is the machine you need your house. You can easily make Chocolate Whoopie Pies. It literally took me longer to find the ingredients than it took to bake these Mini Whoopie Pies! Plus, this is such a fun dessert that the kids can help you make!


You just mix the ingredients together and add to the Holstein Mini Whoopie Pie Maker. You close the machine for about 2 minutes, pull them out, and put them on a cooling rack. Once cooled, add some frosting, put the cakes together, and decorate. It was that easy!

Chocolate Whoopie Pie
  • 1½ cup flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ¼ cup cocoa
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • ⅓ cup softened butter
  • ½ cup water
  • 1¾ tsp salt
  • 1¾ tsp baking powder
  • 1½ tsp vanillla
  1. Mix all the dry ingredients together.
  2. Slowly add in the wet ingredients into the mix.
  3. Add to the Whoopie Pie Maker for 2 minutes.
  4. Cool.
  5. After cooled, spread chocolate frosting over one whoopie pie, top with another whoopie pie, and decorate with sprinkles.


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Mrs. Fields Brookie Pan

I know — you are all asking, what is a brookie? Seriously, it is the best thing since sliced bread. Okay, maybe not that good, but pretty darn close.

I am always looking for something that makes my life easier but doesn’t make it look like I took a shortcut. This pan does just that. It will make you look awesome the next party you bring this too or the bake sale at your kids school. (Parents from my kids school, quit reading now. I want you to think I slaved over my hot oven all day long.) 🙂


This is the Mrs. Field’s Brookie Pan. This is where the magic happens. First, you fill the outside cavity with brown mix. I highly recommend using a spoon to do this. Next, you place a baked cookie on the center island. You can bake that yourself or cheat and buy a cookie that is 2.5″ – 3″ in diameter. You can use whatever kind of cookie you want too. I used chocolate chip. You then fill the remainder of the cavity with brownie mix until the cookie is covered. Stop adding mix when the cookie is covered though. Otherwise, your brookie will look like this:


You will lose your cookie in the brownie. However, my kids said they still tasted awesome. LOL

This is more of what you want:


Bake the brookie’s according the recipe. Start checking your brookies about 5 minutes before they are suppose to be done. Remove from the oven when the toothpick comes out clean:


You then remove from your oven and let cool. Serve upside down so everyone can see the cookie!


Fun and easy! I highly recommend the Mrs. Field’s Brookie Pan!