Making the Christmas & Winter themed whoopie pies was so much fun that I knew I wanted to try my hand at other varieties. This time, my whoopie pies are loooove-stricken.
Whether it's food, gifts, or house decor, I think everything's better with a bit of a personal touch, don't you? Especially when you're celebrating a relationship. My version of these whoopie pies represent special things from my marriage, such as the day we met (which is actually 1/20/08.. whoops!) and the name of our song. I also decided to get a little sassy with the word "whoopie." (It was just too easy, and I couldn't resist!) But these could easily be made to celebrate a parent/child relationship or a friendship. You could decorate the pies with nicknames, allusions to inside jokes, the name of a place that's important to you both, special dates, or favorite movies and books! So, if you're looking for a Valentine gift idea for your love, your child, or your friend, here ya go!
|Made with parchment paper, brown craft paper, and twine.|
|One heart (top right) was made simply by adding frosting to the top, while the other has a heart cut out so it could be filled with frosting.|
|As I mentioned recently, "All I Need" by Mat Kearney is the song we danced to at our wedding.|
Click here for the recipe. Whoopie, anyone? ;)