When most people think of Red Velvet cake, they automatically think of Valentine’s Day. While it is great for special occasions, it should be celebrated more often. What is red velvet? Basically, it is chocolate cake with food coloring. With its typical pairing with cream cheese icing, it becomes a silky delectable treat.
Sometimes you want to make a three-hour souffle, but all you have time for is a quick batch cookies. Well if you are in a rush and looking for a super quick fix, look no further. When I came across this recipe for Red Velvet cookies, I surprised by the ease of the recipe. It may very well be the easiest recipe, you will ever come across!! I love red velvet cake, but cookies take on a more sensible approach. The best part is, you can make as many or few as you wish, and refrigerate the rest of the dough for another day.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees, and place cake mix in a bowl
Mix in oil, and eggs
Roll dough into 12 balls, and bake for 8-10 minutes
Allow them to cool for 5 minutes, before frosting.
Top them with icing. ( I just used canned icing)