Learn To Make Whoopie Pies In Nacogdoches, Texas
Learning something new in the kitchen always has its rewards at the end of the class. The Nacogdoches Public Library has something for you to cook up on April Fools Day.
Whoopie Pies are said to have been first made by Amish wives out of leftover cake batter and frosting, according to the Farmers Almanac. The name came from their husbands shouting "Whoopie!" when they would find them in their sack lunch during a barn raising.
They aren't the same as Moon Pies or macaroons, though they have a lot in common with both. This is a cake sandwich usually made with chocolate cake and vanilla icing.
Learn To Make Whoopie Pies With the Nacogdoches Public Library
This dessert is like a cupcake with icing on the inside. Kind of like an oreo, but with a softer cookie.
Learn to make this childhood favorite at the Nacogdoches Public Library on Friday, April 1st, 2022 at 5:30pm. Don't worry that it's April Fool's Day; this is no joke.
This cooking class is for ages 18 and up only. It's free, but you must register for the event through eventbrite.com. You just have to sign up, so they will know how many people to prepare for the day of the class.
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Taking this class with a friend would make it even sweeter. Even if you have never taken a cooking class, this one is something anyone could learn.
While you are there you might just make a new friend. The Nacogdoches Public Library is located at 1112 North Street in Nacogdoches, Texas 75961.
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