Red Velvet “Oreos”
My grandma had a cookie jar (shaped like a dog) that always sat on her counter. She wasn’t much of a baker, but there were always Double Stuf Oreos in that dog. It was a treat to get an Oreo or two (or three!) when we went to my grandparents’ house on Sunday nights. I can imagine how happy my kids would be if I kept a jar filled with these cookies on my counter at all times. — Deborah Harroun, Red Velvet Lover’s CookbookClick Here to See More Red Velvet Recipes
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Red Velvet Cupcakes
I like to believe that all things red velvet originated in the South, but there are endless stories about it originating at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Apparently, a patron requested the recipe from the hotel staff and they obliged, but also included a bill for $350. In retaliation, the guest circulated the recipe far and wide for free, to teach the hotel a lesson. That story doesn’t paint the warm and homey image that this recipe deserves, so I’m going to stick with my Southern story, fantasy or not. — Rosie Daykin, Butter Baked GoodsClick here for more cupcake recipes.
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Red Velvet Vacherin
Rainbow desserts may be all the rage, but red velvet is the OG of bright-colored sweets. It’s a fact not lost in New York, where there’s a certain reverence for the American bakeshop classic.For me, Magnolia Bakery’s towering layer cake, Ample Hills’ cream cheese ice cream with red velvet sponge, and Sweet Revenge cupcakes with berry coulis are its best traditional and new-school iterations.This red velvet vacherin – striking red and white layers of meringue, cheesecake ice cream and raspberry sorbet — is my elegant homage to the original. It’s, dare I say it, even better, and further proof that red velvet still rules. — Yasmin Newman, author of The Desserts of New York (And How to Eat Them All)
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Red Velvet Mason Jar Trifle
Recipe Courtesy of Andrea Correale and Elegant AffairsHave your own cake, and eat it too- right out of your very own jar.
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mug cake
If you’re in the mood for red velvet cupcakes, but you’re short on time, make this mug cake recipe.
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These red velvet star cakes with cream cheese frosting and blueberries are a festive treat for your 4th of July party. Celebrate Independence Day with these easy cakes that are moist, delicately fluffy, and full of patriotic flare. The cream cheese frosting is slightly tangy and pairs perfectly with the rich cake. The blueberries on top make this treat bursting with fresh flavor and complete the red, white, and blue colors. Emily Jacobs is the Recipe editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @EmilyRecipes.
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Enjoy a delicious and refreshing champagne cocktail with pureed strawberries and champagne. 
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cupcake
Start with a boxed cake mix to easily make these popular cupcakes.
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Red Velvet Cake
Who doesn't like winning an election? I sure was happy when viewers were asked to vote for a favorite recipe, because my Red Velvet Cake came in first! That's saying something when you consider the runners-up were hush puppies and waffles, which are two of my favorites. Hey, I'm a Southern girl, and the Southern part will always love her hush puppies, while the girl in me remembers waffles so fondly. People say this is a sexy cake (Clinton does, but he says that about everything except maybe boiled turnips). The color red no doubt has a lot to do with its sexy reputation: think Valentine's Day. This is a fun cake to make with kids, and I guarantee that after eating this cake, most kids will be happy to have learned that beets aren't yucky! Click here to see The Chew: From the Television to Your Kitchen with the Official Cookbook.
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Red Velvet Cake
Red velvet cake is essentially just a toned down version of chocolate cake but there is just something so satisfying about it isn't there! 
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Almost every dessert table you see during the holidays will have some kind of cupcake offering. With all of the crazy cupcake combinations you can find these days it’s refreshing to see a simple and delicious option like these Red Velvet Cupcakes made with Hood Sour Cream. The moist cake and homemade frosting allow you to focus on the flavor rather than the frills. Be sure to bake extra! For more delicious seasonal recipes visit Hood.comLooking for a new dessert recipe? Try these Red Velvet Cupcakes from HoodIt’s dessert season! Recipe courtesy of Hood 
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