Mummy Whoopie Pies Halloween Recipe

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Mummy Whoopie Pies, the perfect treat for a Halloween party. Chocolate cookies sandwiched together with vanilla icing, candy strips, and candy eyeballs.

Mummy whoopie pie cookies on a baking rack with candy pumpkins

Mummy Whoopie Pies are one of my favorite Halloween treats. Using my grandma's recipe for chocolate sandwich cookies, I grab a few extra ingredients to give them a spookier look this time of year.

In the past, I've used a Mummy Cupcake Decorating Kit that I found in the Halloween section at the store (more ideas below, in case you can't find the kit). You can also find candy eyeballs in the cake decorating section at the store.

Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year because it kinda kicks off the holiday season. Everything feels a little different this time of year, a little cozier. What better way to spend a chilly day indoors than to make a batch of spooky mummies?

More Halloween treats you will love: Monster Cookies, Spooky Graveyard Halloween Brownies, No Bake Peanut Butter Bars with Candy Corn, and Twix Bar Mummy Halloween Brownies.

Make a batch of Mummy Whoopie Pies for fun with your kids/grandkids. They’re a spooky-licious Halloween treat!

How to Make Mummy Whoopie Pies

To make Mummy Whoopie Pies, frost your whoopie pies with vanilla icing, and sandwich them together.
  • Once the cookies are baked, frost one side and sandwich the cookies together to form a whoopie pie.
Wrap each chocolate cookie sandwich in white candy strips to form mummy whoopie pies. Add a little frosting to each end, so the strip will stick to the cookie.
  • Wrap each whoopie pie in white candy strips to form a mummy. Add a little frosting to each end, so the strip will stick to the cookie.
Add a dab of icing to the back of each eyeball and place on each of the mummy whoopie pies to give them eyes!
  • Finally, add a dab of icing to the back of a candy eyeball, and set in place on your mummy. Then add another eyeball.
  • That's all there is to it! Easy peasy and oh so cute.

These Halloween treats are the perfect snacks to share while you're watching old episodes of your favorite Halloween cartoons with your kids.

How to make Mummy Whoopie Pies, a fun festive treat for your Halloween party! Chocolate sandwich cookies wrapped in white candy strips, so easy to make!

Looking for more Halloween treats?

Twix Bar Mummy Halloween Brownies

Soft and Chewy Monster Cookies

Frankenstein Halloween Brownies

Pumpkin Patch Halloween Brownies

Whipped Cream Ghost Halloween Brownies 

Spooky Graveyard Halloween Brownies

Tools you may need to make Mummy Whoopie Pies

Cookie Cooling Racks – I use my cooling racks both for cooling and for temporary storage while I'm working on projects like this.

Mummy Cupcake Decorating Kit – I found this at Walmart. If you can't find it, you could either use Sour Belt Candies (if you can find them in white, or you could use any color really), cut Stacker Marshmallows into strips, or use White Decorating Icing.

Candy Eyeballs – for the eyes on all your mummies.

Print the recipe for this scrumptious Halloween treat!

Yield: 18 servings

Mummy Whoopie Pies

Mummy Whoopie Pies

Mummy Whoopie Pies, the perfect treat for a Halloween party. Chocolate cookies sandwiched together with vanilla icing, candy strips, and candy eyeballs.

Prep Time 1 hour
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 12 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 batch Grandma's Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
  • White candy strips
  • Candy eyeballs

Instructions

  1. Make a batch of Grandma's Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, per the recipe link above in the ingredients. Save a little bit of the icing back to use with your embellishments.
  2. Once the cookies are baked, frost one side and sandwich the cookies together to form a whoopie pie.
  3. Wrap each whoopie pie in white candy strips to form a mummy. Add a little frosting to each end, so the strip will stick to the cookie.
  4. Finally, add a dab of icing to the back of a candy eyeball, and set in place on your mummy. Then add another eyeball.
  5. That's all there is to it! Easy peasy and oh so cute.
  6. Serve at your next Halloween party or even as a fun treat with your kids/grandkids. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

18

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 22 Total Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 22mg Carbohydrates: 4g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 1g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 0g
Mummy Whoopie Pies Halloween Recipe
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3 thoughts on “Mummy Whoopie Pies Halloween Recipe”

    • Hi Jill, I bought the candy strips in a pack that Wilton used to sell at Walmart. I haven’t been able to find that kit anymore, so instead I’d recommend buying candy strips you can get at just about any candy store. I don’t know if they’ll have white, but you could even use orange or green. They’d still be festive for Halloween.

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