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  • Published: 31 October 2012
  • ISBN: 9781446402832
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 160
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The Whoopie Pie Book



Meet the new cupcake - whoopie pies. These delicious little treats are baking's latest trend.

Chocolate chip with chocolate marshmallow.
Raspberry and nectarine with vanilla bean.
Red velvet with old-fashioned buttercream

Welcome to the irresistible world of the whoopie pie. These delicious little delights, which hail originally from America, are baking's latest trend.

With over 60 mouthwatering recipes this is a Whoopie-baker's bible. It has treats for every occasion including seasonal flavours like rhubarb with vanilla custard, indulgent treats like pumpkin with cream cheese, and cute party snacks like mocha-orange with espresso cream. It even includes alternative sandwich-cookie recipes such as chocolate macaroons and peanut butter cookies.

Find out what all the fuss is about with The Whoopie Pie Book.

  • Published: 31 October 2012
  • ISBN: 9781446402832
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 160
Categories:

About the author

Claire Ptak

A California native, Claire Ptak worked as a pastry chef for Alice Waters at Chez Panisse in Berkeley before moving to London in 2005. She staged in restaurants including Moro and St. John before starting Violet, her stall on Broadway Market in east London. Claire opened the Violet Bakery in 2010. Jamie Oliver said Claire is ‘his favourite cake maker in the whole world’. Claire is also a food writer and stylist whose work includes Ottolenghi’s weekly Guardian column,ObserverFood Monthly, Jamie Magazine, Kinfolk, and Vogue. She has published three cookbooks, The Home-Made Sweet Shop,The Whoopie Pie Book and Leon: Baking & Puddings.

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Praise for The Whoopie Pie Book

An absolutely gorgeous book by my favourite cake maker in the whole world

Jamie Oliver

Chic and sweet, the whoopie pie has landed. Cupcakes are so last season

Sainsbury's Magazine

Move aside cupcakes, whoopie pies are all the rage now

Daily Telegraph

The cupcake is dead. Long live the whoopie!

The Times

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