Miniature whoopie pies stuffed with fluffy pumpkin butter cream frosting and dipped in buttery chocolate walnut English Toffee. These Chocolate Toffee Pumpkin Whoopie Pies are perfect this Thanksgiving!
If you’ve had a Whoopie Pie then you know two things. They’re super yummy and they’re usually super huge. Huge and yummy together are a recipe for something perfect, but Thanksgiving is coming and I need to leave room for Sweet Potato Casserole. Like this and this. Seriously, just forget the turkey. Hand me a massive bowl and a wooden spoon and I’m a happy little pilgrim.
I wanted to make some Whoopie Pies that wouldn’t be overkill but still a perfect little treat after the big feast. I used a tiny cookie scoop for these to keep them “miniature” and they were the perfect size. Keeping with the Thanksgiving theme and all that is pumpkin, I used my favorite pumpkin butter cream frosting. The chopped buttery English toffee adds a little hint of indulgence.
Dark chocolate mocha brownies topped with creamy pumpkin buttercream frosting and sweet whipped cream. The Pumpkin Spiced Latte just met it’s match…Pumpkin Spice Latte Brownies!
Say what you want about Starbucks and their “stale” coffee. Yes, I’m talking to coffee snobs everywhere! You have to admit they know the way to every white girl’s heart during Fall. I’m more of a classic Mocha girl myself, but I love the first sight of their magical chalkboard sign exclaiming, “The Pumpkin Spice Latte is here!” It lets me know that Fall has officially arrived. I’ve taken one of my favorite Starbucks drinks and made them into brownies!
I’ve only made a few pumpkin desserts so far but I’ve got so many more planned for this season. It’s safe to say, I’m in love with pumpkin. First came my Pecan Pie Pumpkin Cupcakes and then these crazy delicious guys. These Pumpkin Spice Latte Brownies were incredibly easy. How? I used my favorite boxed brownie mix.
Eeeek! Yes, you can make brownie mix taste like it’s from scratch. I promise.