Oatmeal creme pies are a delicacy old as time. This recipe hopes to bring back those memories of childhood and give you even better memories with homemade cookies and filling. The cookie recipe is pretty basic but uses whole wheat flour for all-purpose, making it a bit denser and heart healthy. The marshmallow filling is gelatin and maple syrup at its core, giving a great texture to the finished product and also adding a wonderful hint of maple on each bite.
- Oatmeal creme pies are a childhood favorite that is easy to make at home and taste much better than the manufactured version.
- Brown sugar and spices lend complexity and depth to the soft, chewy cookies.
- A quick-to-make marshmallow fluff filling completes the dish with maple sugary goodness.
“I was never a big Oatmeal Creme Pie fan myself (at least when it came to the “Little Debbie” boxed version, which is full of so much junk), but this was so GOOD! So I set out to make a regular version with grains, of course, and also a reduced amount of sugar (compared to other sandwich cookie recipes).”
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