Launched by a married couple who came late to the whoopie pie game (not even tasting it til well into adult life), the Whoo(pie) Wagon tastes so good you’ll still swear they invented the staple.  Shortly after Mary and Chris Bandereck’s move to Topsfield, they were introduced to the Northeast treat, and it was love at first bite.  Mary had become known around town as the “Cake Lady”, for the wide assortment of hand-baked goods she supplied to a downtown market, but once she made her first pumpkin whoopie pie, her moniker was quickly altered.

Soon, the “Whoopie Pie Lady” took her wares to the Topsfield Fair, and the Whoo(pie) Wagon was quickly born.  Now the truck brings her legendary creations to the masses of Mass, launching Boston pop-ups(most recently for two weeks at The Lawn on D), and catering private functions alike.  Taste for yourself what’s made these late-bloomers the dominant force in modern whoopie pie love, and leave no doubt that late or not, all of this was destiny.

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