Sunday, March 27, 2005

"What is a 'Moonpie'?", you ask

Thank you, Andrea, for asking! A moonpie is a sweet treat that I would describe as two round cookie wafers sandwiching a huge marshmallow and the entire concoction is dipped in chocolate (they also have a banana flavored coating instead of chocolate, but I'm partial to the chocolate). They even have "double-deckers" which has three cookie layers and two marshmallow layers! I can't eat an entire double-decker though hubby can. It's pretty filling.

And for all of you who want to see a moonpie or read more about it, there's actually a homepage devoted just to the Moonpie!

For everyone who will leave a comment and ask for one, I'll SEND to you a moonpie! You can thank hubby for that grand idea. Andrea, you are the first one who will receive one! Hope you like!


Natalie said...

I feel like I've had one before... and I'm a northerner, LOL! BUt I'd love one if you'd still like to send me one, send me an email @ if you'd like. :)

Rosesandtea said...

I went to that site - I didn't know they were made in my dad's hometown.
Noticed a new flavor - fruit filled, which sure appeals....

noticed they sold all sorts of things, including grits, and
DUBLE BUBBLE gum!!!!!!!

they even do baskets with moonpies and RC!!!!

awww girl, why'd ya have to tell me about that site, Karla? I'm just droolin' all over the place now.

I hope you had a good Easter - we're still waiting on dinner but it will be soon. We're having a white cake for dessert, given all that has happened lately I just felt I wanted a white cake to represent purity - if I can find some "gold" bits I'll put them on for the Kingship of Christ. I've made a square cake and a round cake, by cutting the round one in half and joining them to two sides of the square I'll have a heart - to remind us of God's love.

God bless you this Resurrection Day!

noricum said...

Hmmm... those sound rather like the "wagon wheels" we had up in Winnipeg when I was a kid. I don't recall wagon wheels having multiple flavours, though. Just chocolate.

Thanks! ;) If you send me one, I'll try to do a comparison. (Although I think the last time I had a wagon wheel was in grade 6!)

Trish said...

OOOH, I think either Little Debbie's or someone makes those. They do come in either chocolate or banana and are found in our local supermarket here in Mass. It's on the same shelves as things like Yodels, and Fudge Rounds. I haven't had one in YEARS! Hmmm...the banana ones used to be addictive :)

Karla said...

Hey, Princess Trish, if you'll email your mailing address to me at TCsGirlataoldotcom I'll zip one in the mail to ya!