10 red velvet desserts That Will Melt Your Heart

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RED VELVET CAKE TRUFFLES

Looking for a sweet bite-sized dessert? Red Velvet Cake Truffles are the ultimate treat for your beloved one. Be prepared to fall head over heels for these red velvet truffles!

A few minutes after your red velvet cake comes out of the oven, crumble it and add cream cheese. Roll them into balls, then dip into white or black chocolate and dress them up with  drizzles, the striking red velvet is a beautiful contrast to the chocolate, and watch as the rich, sweet flavor infuses your amazing cake — equally delightful for eyes and taste buds.

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Red Velvet Cake

For a traditional version of red velvet cake recipe, turn to this four-layer temptation. Flour gives an extra-delicious sponginess to the cake, and clear vanilla extract produces a beautiful white cream-cheese frosting.

An elegant cake filled and frosted with flavors and textures that are sweet, silky, and smooth becomes the centerpiece of the party in a flash.

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Red Velvet Donuts

Do-nut skip over this Red Velvet Donuts topped with rich cream cheese! Here from Sugar and soul is this fab recipe for red velvet donuts. With powder, flour, milk, eggs and sugar, the donuts are ready in just 20 minutes. All you need is a donut pan for the actual donut shape or a mini muffin pan.

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RED VELVET POKE CAKE

Easy poke cake gets an upgrade with this red velvet poke cake. This cake is the ultimate in red velvet desserts. Red velvet cake is infused with sweetened condensed milk and topped with the best cream cheese frosting. A must for Valentine’s Day!

Just prepare boxed red velvet cake mix according to the directions. Poke some holes and fill them in with two cans of sweetened condensed milk while cooling. Once all the milk has been absorbed, decorate the poke cake with cream cheese frosting. A fudgy tres leches-style red velvet cake is ready, great for potlucks and family dinners.

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Red Velvet Cake Roll

Feel the love with this red velvet cake roll. Every slice gives you the same excellent taste: a light and spongey cake texture with lots of cocoa and vanilla flavor. There’s a little brown sugar for moisture and flavor, too. The cream cheese frosting turn to the star of this recipe. You’ll get to know how good that stuff is with red velvet!

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Red Velvet Cheesecake Bites

Covered in red velvet cake crumbs, these sweet Red Velvet Cheesecake Bites are the perfect snack for any holiday party—and take you only 10 minutes to make. Soft, chewy and delicious, these little handheld cakes will delight all. Have a trustworthy friend with you when you take the first bite because you are going to devour the whole batch.

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RED VELVET BREAD PUDDING

Want to impress your dinner guests with desserts that equally delightful for eyes and taste buds? This red velvet bread pudding is not only stunning to look at, but pretty darn tasty as well! You will search for more through the fridge after eating one of these!! This RED VELVET BREAD PUDDING is proof that red velvet not just comes in the shape of cake or cupcakes.

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RED VELVET CHEESECAKES

RED VELVET CHEESECAKES, this cake has the traditional unsalted butter, cream cheese,dark chocolate and cocoa powder for a super-moist, chocolatey taste. it’s not only a piece of art but also absolutely delicious, the striking red velvet is a beautiful contrast to the chocolate — equally delightful for eyes and taste buds, great to share with your beloved one, so sweet!

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Red Velvet French Toast

Red Velvet French Toast with Vnilla Bean Cheesecake Filling! Great for any special occasion, or just a lazy Sunday morning breakfast — with class! Red velvet and chocolate drizzle are a match made in heaven and the vanilla bean cheesecake filling makes the combo even better. Extra creamy, light and whipped. The most beautiful accompaniment to red velvet.

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COPYCAT NOTHING BUNDT RED VELVET CAKE

Red velvet cake with chocolate chips and a rich cute cream cheese frosting?It tastes just like the popular Nothing Bundt cake. Don’t walk: Run to your pantry, grab that box of red velvet cake mix, and make yourself a fabulous red velvet bundt cake. Before pouring the batter in, whip up the secret to a successful bundt cake: grease the pan really well.

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