RED VELVET COOKIES WITH CREAM CHEESE FROSTING

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Red Velvet Cookies

These red velvet cookies are so good and children love them.  This is the easy way to make these cookies using a cake mix.  You don’t have to add a filling.  They are good with or without the filling.

Red velvet cookies are great for Valentine’s Day, Christmas or any holiday event.

1 box Red Velvet Cake Mix (I used Duncan Hines)
2 eggs
1/2 cup oil (I use Canola)
2 tablespoons milk
1 cup pecan pieces or nuts of your choice
 
Mix all ingredients with mixer except nuts. Fold in nuts.  This batter is oily and easy to work with. I just put it out on the counter, pat it out with my hand, and cut with cookie cutter.  DO NOT USE A LARGE CUTTER.  The cutter I used is 1 1/2 inches across. These cookies will spread so you want them small and about 1/4 inch thick.  You can use anything round that will work for you. (a jar top or cap, etc. Just so it is round and small.  A little larger than a quarter) Spray a baking sheet and bake in  preheated 375 degree oven for about 8 minutes.  If you make larger cookies, you will need to bake 10 to 12 minutes.  Remove from cookie sheet and let cool.  Fill with cream cheese frosting recipe below.  Makes about 4 dozen small cookies or 2 dozen filled cookies depending on size you make them.
Red Velvet Cookies
 
 
Cream Cheese Filling
 
8 ounces cream cheese, softened
3 tablespoons butter or margarine, softened
1 3/4 cups powdered sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Beat together with mixer.  Spread on cookies.
Don’t forget to pin red velvet cookies. Red Velvet Cookies
Be sure to check out my Red Velvet Cake and Red Velvet Cupcakes, too.
 
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9 Comments

  1. Could not scoop them up onto cookie sheet.I believe a scoop would work better. I used a cookie s spatchula to put the mix onto the cookie sheet. The taste was great. Everyone loved them.5 stars

  2. I made the red velvet with cream cheese whoopie cookies. I had difficulty cutting as a cookie so i spread batter on cookie sheet, baked for 13 mins., cooked then cut with cutter. They look like the occur and are super tasty. Did I do something wrong with my batter?
    Thank you…Karen

    • The Southern Lady says:

      If this method works for you Karen, just use it. I don’t have a problem making it by the recipe and I don’t know if you did anything wrong.

  3. Are they soft or crispy cookies.

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  6. I cannot wait to try these. My son loves red velvet cake, but I don’t make it very often so this should be an easier( for me) way to make it for him. Thank you.

  7. These are really good! I usually just use a cookie scoop though. It works great and they are all the same size.

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