Today I’m sharing a three ingredient recipe for
Red Velvet Cookies
they are great for Valentine’s Day or any occasion!
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.
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.
My favorite thing about Red Velvet is that hint of chocolate that you taste and the boxed cake mix has it 🙂
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.
Add a tall glass of ice cold milk or a cup of coffee.
and Enjoy and maybe even impress someone!
BE Refreshed 🙂
Need more ideas for Valentine’s Day, here’s a free printable
9 thoughts on “Red Velvet Cookies”
I was just wondering if you could tell me about how many cookies this recipe makes? Thanks!!
Thanks Shannon, about 2 to 3 dozen or less depending on how big you make them.
I’m making these for my work cookie exchange coming up, I’m going to try it with white chocolate chips added in 🙂 I make these in chocolate every year, and i roll the balls in icing sugar before baking and those cracks in the cookies turn into beautiful iced cracks, i always called them chocolate crackle cookies. Delish!
OMG these sound amazing and I just realized I have everything on hand to make them!!!!
They look wonderful .. only three ingredients .. a winner. Thank you!
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!
Bless you!! And my boys will thank you when these are part of my Sunday spread. 🙂
Thanks Heidi 🙂