Football Whoopie Pies

Football Whoopie Pies

Easy Brownie Football Whoopie Pies

Are you ready for some FOOTBALL???

Yes, it’s that time of year when everyone is FOOTBALL CRAZY. Even if you’re not a football fan, by know you most likely know who will be playing in the Superbowl. You do know that it’s this weekend, right? Whether you will be glued to the T.V, or glued to a seat near all the food that seems to always accompany the big game. These would make a great addition.

These are easy and quick!

Brownie Football Whoopie Pies {printable instructions}

Items needed:

1 box brownie mix (I used Dunkin Heinz)

+ingredients to make brownies (minus the water) (I used 2 eggs, 1/4 cup oil)

*updated ( using Betty Crocker Original Supreme brownie mix,I followed the direction and added the water, they baked nicely at 350 degrees for 15 minutes)


I made buttercream frosting and used a few drops of Americolor White food coloring so it would be extra white ( you could also use purchased frosting)

two 18 ” piping bags

#12 tip and #4 tip (or similar sizes) for white lines

Parchment paper

football cookie cutter, or make a template to trace out of cardboard


Preheat oven to 350

Prepare brownie batter according to package minus the water.


Place batter in a piping bag, cut the end off the piping bag. (in photo you can see I didn’t make the opening too large) On the back of a piece of parchment paper trace a football cookie cutter leaving space in between each so the brownies don’t run into each other. Turn the paper over and place it on the baking sheet. Begin piping the brownie mix. I began piping the mix on the outlined edge and circled around until the shape was all filled in.

Bake until the top crackles between 15-20 minutes. Check them often as you don’t want them over baked and dry.

Allow them to cool completely before frosting.

Place frosting in to piping bag fitted with coupler. Pipe all the wide stripes on with the #12 tip, then change to tip #4 and pipe on the laces.

Frost 1/2 the footballs and leave the other 1/2 un-frosted as they will be the bottoms of the whoopie pies.

Turn the “bottom” pieces upside down and place frosting on them. Then place the piped footballs on top creating a sandwich.

Enjoy the Brownie Football Whoopie Pies, and the game too.



  1. Seriously, seriously cute. Oh, my! I just now pinned them because I do not want to forget about them. I just love your creations.

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