Red Velvet... Cookies?

Baking By jescapades Updated 6 Nov 2008 , 3:53am by jescapades

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jescapades Posted 5 Nov 2008 , 10:30pm
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my cousin loves red velvet and i was hoping to make something for christmas dinner incorporating red velvet, but i don't want to make a cake. does anyone have a t&t recipe for red velvet cookies - without using a red velvet cake mix? (we can't get it around here).

thanks so much!

ps, how many times do you think i can use the phrase 'red velvet' in one post? lol

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JanH Posted 6 Nov 2008 , 3:10am
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Red Velvet Cookies from scratch:

If you can get German Chocolate cake mix, you can make Red Velvet cake mix cookies by simply adding some red food coloring.

FYI, I have just purchased a traditional Southern cookbook that has a Red Velvet cake that has no cocoa in it at all.....which I thought was VERY interesting.

So it would appear you could use a white cake mix, add red food coloring and have a different version of Red Velvet cake mix cookies.

If you're feeling like something different....

Red Velvet Whoopie Pies:

I've made chocolate whoopie pies... Whoopie pie recipe from epicurious and filling recipe from recipezaar.

Very good whoopie pie filling recipe:
(Used butter and shortening in mine.)

Or you could adapt your cakester recipe to Red Velvet:

Red Velvet Cake Balls:

HTH with the Red Velvet cravings.. icon_smile.gif

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shanzah67 Posted 6 Nov 2008 , 3:31am
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There's also a recipe on my blog site (Midwest Crafts and Recipes) for red velvet cookies. One of the ingredients on my blog calls for cream cheese frosting (ready-made) but I personally prefer to make my own.

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jescapades Posted 6 Nov 2008 , 3:53am
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yum yum! thanks so much! i'll have to try (them all! icon_biggrin.gif ) and see how it goes!

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