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Snowcapped Red Velvet Cookies

(5 Votes)
YIELDS
3 1/2 dozen
PREP
15 Min
COOK TIME
8 Min
READY IN
23 Min

No one will be able to take their eyes off of your cookie platters when you bake up a batch of our eye-catching Snowcapped Red Velvet Cookies. Boasting a cream cheese frosting snow peak garnish, you'll be on the receiving end of a mountain of raves.

What You'll Need:
  • 1 (18.25-ounce) package red velvet cake mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 (16-ounce) container cream cheese frosting
What To Do:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Coat baking sheets with cooking spray.
     
  2. In a large bowl, combine cake mix, eggs, oil, and water; mix well. Stir in white chocolate chips and drop by teaspoonfuls onto prepared baking sheets.
     
  3. Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until lightly browned around edges. Cool slightly and remove to wire racks.
     
  4. When cookies are cooled completely, pipe cream cheese frosting in center of each cookie, forming a peak, by using a plastic storage bag with an end snipped off. Serve immediately or place in airtight containers.

 We thought you'd enjoy one of our other holiday treats! Our chewy, crunchy Cashew Turtles!

Notes
  • Sprinkle with decorating sugar for that extra special glistening snowcap. 

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Love red velvet cookies but just didn't have this receive thanks Mr food

i made these last year and they were a BIG hit.

I just love Red Velvet cake so I thought why not give these a try.:) So glad I did and loved them. Thanks Mr. Food!

I did these for a Christmas Party last year,and they tunred out SO SO GOOD!!! But I did not use the any frosting. Now I am hoping to give them as gifts. It makes alot of them thought.

These are a new favorite for everyone! They are awesome and really easy! I used dark chocolate and they didn't play so much havac with my blood sugar ( I am type diabetic )

Thanks I was thinking about using dark chcolate.

AWESOME!!! And very easy

YUM

too thick- i could barely mix

I agree...dough was very difficult to mix. Am I the only one who found the cookies turning my mouth and fingers red?

My wife made these for a cookie exchange and I had to sample them.....they are great. She ended up making them along with all her Christmas cookies and these were the hit of all the cookies she made. Thanks Mr, Food

My Husband absolutely loves these cookies! I made the mistake of undercooking them and once the frosting was put on, they would fall apart once you picked them up off of the plate. I would cook them longer than you would a moist chocolate chip cookie because the frosting will soften them up a little bit.

We baked up a batch of your Red Velvet Cookies for our family Christmas dinner, and everyone loved them. We added walnuts to the last dozen, they were good too. We displayed them on a cupcake tree, they looked beautiful.

Red velvet cookies are delicious. Only problem is they turn your tongue and fingers red when you eat them. I won't make them again.

cashew cholate recipe

There is a link to the Cashew Turtles at the bottom of the Red Velvet Cookie recipe instructions.

I couldn't find the cashew and chocolate recipe!!!

I just love your food segments, and the way you say (o it's so good.) looking forward to making you SNOWCAPPED RED VELVET COOKIES!

I just watched the video for these red velvet cookies and there was no music in the background.

the recipe looks extremely simple, but your music overpowers the person speaking. it would be better to either make the music very low or do away with it.

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