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Red Velvet Deep Dish Cookies
Courtesy of Created by DianeA boxed red velvet cake mix is combined with white chocolate and dark chocolate chips in this thick cookie from Created by Diane. Baked in a deep-dish cookie pan or muffin-top pan, the resulting confection has a crispy edge and chewy center.
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Red Velvet Twinkies
Courtesy of Crave by Random HouseCheck out this upscale version of the convenience-store treat from Crave by Random House. Dark cocoa powder gives the cake a decadent flavor while goat cheese adds tang to the cream cheese filling.
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Red Velvet Cupcake Ice Cream
Courtesy of Drizzle and DipThis ice cream from Drizzle and Dip is as dramatic as the cake that inspired it, thanks to crumbled red velvet cupcakes and cream-cheese frosting swirled into the mix before and during the churning process.
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Red Velvet Icebox Cakes
Courtesy of Sugar HeroAt just 5 inches tall and 2.5 inches around, these miniature icebox-style cakes from Sugar Hero are made with a crunchy red velvet-inspired wafer cookie and layered with a whipped cream and cream-cheese frosting. Letting the cakes chill overnight lets the cream soak into the cookies, softening them into a cake-like texture.
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Red Velvet Oreos
Courtesy of Krissy’s CreationsKrissy’s Creations combines an Oreo’s texture with red velvet flavor in this twist on the name-brand sandwich cookie. To get the cookie’s shape and size just right, bake one large red velvet cookie on a baking sheet and use a round cookie cutter to create uniform cookies. A homemade cream filling completes the Oreo homage.
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Red Velvet Brownie Truffles
Courtesy of Cookin’ CowgirlFor a fun and fancy dessert, try Cookin’ Cowgirl’s red velvet-inspired truffles. Cover dense brownie-batter balls with whipped cream-cheese frosting and sprinkles for a drool-worthy bite.
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Red Velvet Milkshake Shooters
Courtesy of The Cake MerchantNeed dessert in 10 minutes? Try this sweet and sassy shooter from The Cake Merchant. Dip the rims of shot glasses in melted white chocolate and coat with sprinkles. Blend ice cream, milk, vanilla extract, red velvet cake mix, and some red food coloring together, pour into the rimmed glasses, and add some cute straws. Voila!
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Red Velvet Baked Donuts
Courtesy of Taste and TellIf you don’t already own a donut pan, this recipe from Taste and Tell makes buying one worth the $10 investment. These baked donuts taste almost as good as the fried kind—and are topped with a light sugar glaze.
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Mini Red Velvet Bundt Cakes
Courtesy of Overtime CookTraditional red velvet cake gets a mini makeover when baked in little bundt cake pans, like in these cute creations from Overtime Cook. Top them with cream cheese glaze and white sugar pearls (dragees) for an elegant evening look.
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Healthy Red Velvet Cheesecake Smoothie
Courtesy of Food Wanderings in AsiaIn this all-natural smoothie from Food Wanderings in Asia beets are the secret to the bold color. Cottage cheese adds a cheesecake-like twist to the rich and creamy shake with a light cocoa taste.
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Red Velvet Brownies
Courtesy of Smells Like HomeTreat yourself to a lesson in contrast: A chewy, dense, bright red brownie is topped with a fluffy white chocolate buttercream frosting in this indulgent dessert from Smells Like Home
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Red Velvet White Chocolate Chip Cookies
Courtesy of Cooking ClassyIf red velvet cupcakes and chocolate chip cookies had a baby, the bundle of joy would be this cookie from Cooking Classy. The gorgeously red concoction is lightly chocolately and deliciously chewy.
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Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies
Courtesy of Let’s DishA modified boxed cake mix helps create this modern version of a whoopie pie from Let’s Dish. The slightly chewy red velvet cookies are just the right thickness to perfectly sandwich the cream cheese-based filling.
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Red Velvet Pancakes
Courtesy of Cooking ClassyLooking for a decadent and delicious breakfast? These from-scratch red velvet pancakes with a cream cheese glaze from Cooking Classy will put dessert course flavors at the top of your day.
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Red Velvet Martinis
Courtesy of The Crafty HostessYou don’t have to choose between cocktails or dessert with this libation from The Crafty Hostess. Dip the rims of martini glasses in frosting and red sugar, and drizzle chocolate syrup in bottom of each glass. Shake vodka, crème de cacao, buttermilk, and red food color over ice before serving up a drinkable dessert.
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Red Velvet “Nutella” Spread
Courtesy of Diary of a Mad Hausfrau
This homemade chocolate, almond, and hazelnut spread from Diary of a Mad Hausfrau is reminiscent of the Italian spread. It’s unique tangy flavor combines red velvet, chocolate, and nuts and is perfect for Nutella fans.
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Red Velvet Waffle
Courtesy of Not Your Momma’s CookieYour waffle iron won’t know what hit it when you pour this batter in. The traditional red velvet recipe from Not Your Momma’s Cookie includes buttermilk, cocoa powder, and white vinegar, and there’s no syrup necessary; a cream cheese glaze completes the standard flavors. Get the recipe at Not Your Momma’s Cookie
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Red Velvet Biscotti
Courtesy of Something SwankyFor a super-easy confection you can enjoy with coffee morning, noon, and night, try this biscotti from Something Swanky. Made with a boxed red velvet cake mix, the dry cookies can be dipped in white chocolate and pecans—or whatever your taste buds prefer.
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Red Velvet Popsicles
Courtesy of Sandy Toes and PopsiclesThink it’s too hot outside to dig into a rich red velvet cake? Try this popsicle version from Sandy Toes and Popsicles. Layer red-tinted chocolate pudding and a sweet cream cheese mixture in small Dixie cups, freeze, and revel in the frosty flavors on a sultry summer day.
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Red Velvet Cake Batter Popcorn
Courtesy of Icy Violet’s KitchenThe mix of sweet and savory makes this red velvet popcorn concoction from Icy Violet’s Kitchen a winning combination. It tastes like cake and frosting poured onto slightly salty popcorn. The crumbly result is perfect for snacking or can easily be molded into popcorn balls.
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Red Velvet Ice Cream Sandwiches
Courtesy of Kerstie PedersonBeat the heat with these red velvet ice cream sandwiches from Kerstie Pederson. Sandwich cheesecake ice cream between red velvet sugar cookies for a deliciously cool dessert.
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Red Velvet Cheesecake
Courtesy of The Recipe Girl CookbookYou can have your cake—cheesecake and red velvet—and eat it, too, in this two-for-one treat from The Recipe Girl Cookbook. A thick velvety cheesecake layer is stacked between two red velvet cake rounds, all topped with a coat of cream cheese frosting.
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