Red Velvet Cookies


 Today I’m sharing a three ingredient recipe for

Red Velvet Cookies

they are great for Valentine’s Day or any occasion!

Red Velvet Cookies

If you count the powered sugar, that I sprinkled over them after they were done, it’s 4 ingredients.  

The sprinkling is totally optional.  I just love the contrast of the red/white.

Red Velvet Cookies-Milk

My sis always make a Red Velvet Cake from scratch for our family get-togethers and it’s awesome.  I’m more of – a less than five ingredient – recipe person myself. So these are perfect for me.

Red Velvet - Cookies

My favorite thing about Red Velvet is that hint of chocolate that you taste and the boxed cake mix has it :)

Red Velvet Cookie Recipe - Card

I baked mine for 12 minutes, as you know all ovens are different or that’s what they say!  Just check them after about 10 minutes.

Red Velvet Cookie -  Cold Milk

Add a tall glass of ice cold milk or a cup of coffee.

Red Velvet Cookie - Three Ingredientand Enjoy and maybe even impress someone!

BE Refreshed :)

Need more ideas for Valentine’s Day, here’s a free printable





Comments

  1. 1

    Bless you!! And my boys will thank you when these are part of my Sunday spread. :)
    xo Heidi
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  2. 2
    Nancy says:

    I made this recipe for the Christmas Holidays, and decided to freeze some for Valentines Day. Last night I pulled a couple out of the Freezer. I wanted to see if they would last another week, or do I make another batch. They were excellent still flavorful, soft and chewy. I used a stencil and made a design with the powdered sugar and stuck one of the New Sixlets in the center. It’s a great recipe!

    Huggs, Nancy

  3. 3

    They look wonderful .. only three ingredients .. a winner. Thank you!

  4. 4

    OMG these sound amazing and I just realized I have everything on hand to make them!!!!
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