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Time is something I seem to be running short of during the holiday season. What about you?
Recently, I sent a photo of my December monthly planner to my daughter and she couldn’t believe how many days of December are penciled in with something that needs to be done.
I have parties to plan, desserts to make and family get-togethers galore. I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Thankfully, I’ve learned to work smarter and not harder.
When I’m entertaining and need a scrumptious dessert to wow my guests, I make Quick and Easy Whoopie Pie Cake with Chocolate Ganache.
I start with Marie Callender’s® Double Chocolate Chip Loaf Cake because it tastes homemade and is easy to make.
Plus, cleanup is a breeze! I finish off my dessert with Reddi-Wip® Real Whipped Cream because it’s made with real cream. You can find all the ingredients at your local grocery store!
The family will be getting together soon for a night of holiday movies. We’ll enjoy a casual soup and salad supper followed by Whoopie Pie Cake for dessert.
It’s so much easier to make than traditional individual whoopie pies and it’s a dessert that the entire family will enjoy.
Ingredients You Will Need To Make Whoopie Pie Cake
- Marie Callender’s® Double Chocolate Chip Loaf Cake
- marshmallow creme (7 oz)
- powdered sugar
- chocolate chips
- heavy cream
- Reddi-Wip® Real Whipped Cream
Let’s Make Whoopie Pie Cake with Chocolate Ganache
Marie Callender’s Double Chocolate Chip Loaf Cake is made with delicious, wholesome ingredients and goes from the freezer to the oven in 30 minutes!
It tastes homemade and is easy to make. In fact, my daughter thought I had made the cake from scratch! You just heat the loaf cake according to the directions on the packaging and let it cool to room temperature.
While the cake is cooling, I whip up the marshmallow creme with the softened butter and powdered sugar.
Slice the cake in half horizontally and spoon the filling evenly onto the bottom layer. Add the top layer.
To serve, slice the Whoopie Pie Cake and drizzle with chocolate ganache. Add Reddi-Wip and you’ve got a beautiful and scrumptious dessert. My daughter says this is her favorite dessert ever. Score!
Reddi-Wip is the perfect partner for my favorite holiday recipes. It’s made with real cream and is a delicious alternative to the non-dairy frozen toppings that are made with oils.
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Whoopie Pie Cake with Chocolate Ganache
- 1 Marie Callender’s® Double Chocolate Chip Loaf Cake
- 1 jar marshmallow creme (7 oz)
- 1/2 cup butter, softened
- 1-1/4 cups powdered sugar
- 8 oz. chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup heavy cream
- Reddi-Wip® Real Whipped Cream
- Heat Marie Callender's Double Chocolate Chip Loaf Cake in the oven following directions on the package. Let cool to room temperature.
- Split cake horizontally. Spoon filling on the cut side of the bottom layer and smooth. Add the top layer.
- To serve, slice cake and top with chocolate ganache and Reddi-Wip.
- In a large bowl, beat marshmallow creme and butter with an electric mixer on high speed until fluffy. Beat in powdered sugar until smooth.
- Pour cream into a saucepan and heat on med. until barely simmering (don't boil). Pour the cream over the chocolate (in a bowl) and whisk until melted and well combined.
If you’re looking for a dessert to wow your family and friends during the holiday season, you’ve found it.
Whoopie Pie Cake is one of those desserts you’ll make over and over. Before long, you’ll have the ingredients memorized and can almost make it in your sleep. It’s that easy!
That sounds like heaven. I am hosting Christmas dinner this year and this would be an awesome dessert to serve my family!
I haven’t seen these loaf cakes yet but I’ll be looking for them. Marie’s desserts are always so tasty and I love what you did with it.
Oh my gosh, yes. This is the perfect dessert for me. Plus we always love topping everything with whipped cream.
I have never noticed those cakes before but this one looks good. I love the addition of the chocolate and marshmallow.
My family would really enjoy making and eating this treat. Looks like it would be difficult but after reading the instructions just looks hard. Love making things that look like it took me forever to make but really didn’t.
This looks so delicious! I love dinner that is soup and salad and this dessert finishes that easy meal just perfectly. I love this time of year, what a special treat for your family! #client
This would be wonderful to serve the guests that are coming to my house for the holidays! I love how quick and easy it would be to put together.
I love whoopie pies. I never thought of making them into a cake! How clever! This came out beautiful and so festive for the season!
Every time I stop by your blog I realize how much of a genius you are and then I’m ready to go experimenting in the kitchen. Love it!
Oh my family would be pretty happy with a dessert like this. The cake and creme sound way too good.
This Whoopie Pie Cake with Chocolate Ganache looks so delicious and easy to make. It will be perfect for the holidays.
Oh my gosh this looks insanely delicious. I want to make this right now and it’s almost midnight. I’ll be saving this!
I am all about shortcuts when it comes to cooking. This would make a great dessert and no one would ever guess it wasn’t homemade. I won’t tell if you don’t tell
I am all about semi homemade, especially at this time of year! This recipe is absolutely brilliant!
The Holiday season is indeed a time when one feels 24 hours are not enough. So much needs to be completed and any help in optimizing the time is welcome.Reddi Wip seems to be able to lend a helping hand hear without compromising on quality which is great.
Now that is my kind of dessert. It looks just so thick and chocolaty.
Oh wow. That cake looks so divine! I could eat a lot, if only I was not diabetic! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I also use Reddi Wip. Tastes better than other brands out there.
Wow, this is so nice and very easy to do. I can add this up on my Christmas menu. Glad I came over this post. Thanks for being so nice in sharing your recipes. Merry Christmas!
GIRL! You have the BEST recipes and photography. Even a non-cook like me could make this! MUST try 😉
Oh my goodness! This looks so amazing! I want something sweet and I want to link my phone now.