Peanut Butter & Jelly Whoopie Pies for Kids

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Peanut butter and jelly whoopie pies are a great treat to share with your kids any day of the week. Make peanut butter and jelly whoopie pies for kids with help from an experienced baking professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, it's Yvette Garfield with Handstand Kids Cookbook Company. We're going to bake today from our baking cookbook kit, we're going to whip up some some peanut butter and jelly Whoopie Pies for kids. So for our peanut butter and jelly Whoopie Pies we are going to make them with coco powder which is going to give it a nice dark rich color and flavor. We're also going to do a batch without and so you could see them both dark and light. We're going to start with our all purpose flour and some confectioners sugar. You can use whole milk or I like to use a butter milk, it gives it a little more of a tang especially when we're working with the PB and J and we're going to mix in some, start to mix in our dry and our wet ingredients and get that going and then I'm going to go ahead and add in the coco powder. See the color of the batter? It gets rich and dark and we're going to go ahead give that a mix and we're going to stir in the egg, one egg should do it and we're going to add in our peanut butter and the butter. So you can use a hand mixer or you cold put a little muscle into it and go ahead and make sure everything is mixed thoroughly. So for Whoopie Pies they have sort of an unusual shape and density, you can go ahead and get a special pan that's made just for Whoopie Pies, you can get it at most cooking stores or you can try to use an ice cream scooper and cut a scoop out the shape of a nice small midsized cookie for that. So we're going to go ahead and shape these out, put them in for about 15, 15 to 18 minutes on 350. So we just finished baking our Whoopie Pies, this is the batch with the coco powder and the batch without, they have that nice peanut butter texture in them. We're going to go ahead and add a peanut butter frosting and then we have a fresh fig jelly. So this peanut butter frosting is just peanut butter, condensed sugar and a little bit of butter, so go ahead and spread it as thick as you like, on one side. I like to use the fig jelly, I think it gives a little more tang and it cuts a little bit of the sweetness, so you can use raspberry or strawberry what ever your jelly preference is. So there's our first PB and J Whoopie Pie, these are Blondie Whoopie Pies that don't have the coco powder so you can go ahead and add in your peanut butter and some people like a lot of the fillings, you can make some a little bit thicker than others and then add in your jelly. And there you go. This is Yvette with Handstand Kids. Hope you enjoyed making those delicious peanut butter and jelly Whoopie Pies. Hope they become a part of your regular recipe routine.


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