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One Time It’s Good to Have Pie on Your Face


One Time It’s Good to Have Pie on Your Face

It’s nearly the silly season, and with all the occasions that it brings, it’s gift buying galore. If you’re looking for the perfect present for that impossible-to-buy-for person, or a special work treat – you need to find Whoopie Pies!

Whoopie is New Zealand’s next sweet thing. The Whoopie Kitchen is in Grey Lynn, Auckland, so pop in for some fresh, organic coffee and a tasty bite. If you’re not local, they deliver nationwide so you can send a Whoopie to anyone in the country as a nice surprise – so no need to fight that silly season traffic!

It might be a chocolatey Whoopie with an icing heart for your wife’s birthday; a mixed box of six for the office; a colourful Whoopie Pop tree for a kid’s treat; pink or blue Whoopies for a baby shower; personalised Whoopies in branded boxes for corporate gifts; or even a Red Velvet Whoopie with a green splash for “Santa”.

For those yet to try these delights, Whoopies are made using two dome-shaped cakes, sandwiched together with a decadent, creamy filling. They are made using fresh and natural ingredients, and are baked and hand-decorated from the Whoopie Kitchen. Lucy and Nick (the Whoopie team) can personalise your order to make them extra special too.

The Whoopie Kitchen is constantly finding exciting new flavours that will have your tastebuds dancing: White Velvet & Passionfruit; Hokey Pokey Chocolate; Blackcurrant, Cinnamon & Dark Chocolate; Choc, Raspberry & Marshmallow; or Lemon, Lime & Coconut. Yum! If you’re looking for something special to send, check out www.whoopie.co.nz to find the perfect Whoopie for you.

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