This Wilton pie pan features 12 cavities, allowing you to create six whoopie pies. The tray also allows you to make ice cream sandwiches and macarons our of your favorite ingredients, such as chocolate, pumpkin or gingerbread.. Ever heard of a whoopie pie? They're a bit like a macaroon but with a more cake-like texture. Hugely popular Stateside, the name comes from when Amish women would put them in farmers' lunchboxes and they'd supposedly shout 'whoopie' if they found one in their box!. Fall in love with this easy recipe for whoopie pies. Two light discs of chocolate sponge sandwich a fluffy vanilla buttercream filling. Perfect for cake sales, packed lunch treats or making friends at the office!. The Wilton Nonstick 12-Cavity Whoopie Pie Pans should be filled with 1/8 cup (2 Tbsp) of batter per shell, and the 24-cavity mini pans take half that much batter. So you may get fewer, or more, than 36 filled pies out of this recipe Also, although they freeze beautifully, if you don't want to bake that many, you can cut the recipe in half.. Made with our authentic Maine Whoopie Pie recipe, this dessert is sure to impress. It feeds 12 or more people so tell everyone to bring their appetite! It feeds 12 or more people so tell everyone to bring their appetite!. Now there is some debate about whether Whoopie pies originated in Amish country or in New England (Maine, specifically), but what everyone can agree on is that these pies taste amazing and make everyone (want to) yell, “Whoopie”!.