NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 25:  Gordon Ramsay visits Sway In the Morning on Shade 45 at SiriusXM Studios on September 25, 2018 in New York City.  (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)
Gordon Ramsay Is Spreading Valentine's Day Love With Red Velvet Brownies
By Brianna Corley
This year, Chef Gordon Ramsay got into the V-Day spirit in the first week of February by revealing on Instagram that he's perfected a recipe for red velvet brownies. While these brownies are a chocolate dream complete with beautiful red, almost heart-like swirls, getting the exact recipe for the treats may be a challenge.
Although Ramsay posted a reel on Instagram that showcased the ingredients he used to prepare the V-Day dessert, he didn't reveal its exact recipe. The in-depth instructions have been saved for his mobile game Chef Blast, but you can use the reel on Instagram as a general guide for making the treat.
Ramsay starts off by melting butter and chocolate in a bowl over a pot of boiling water before pouring in condensed milk, then mixes the melted ingredients with brown and white sugar, vanilla, and eggs, before adding in a mix of what may be flour, baking powder, and cocoa. After he finishes off the brownie portion of the treat, Ramsay makes the red velvet part by combining milk, cream cheese, and red food dye.
Then, with all the ingredients assembled, he makes the treat's red velvet swirls by pouring the brownie batter into a pan, then adding dollops of red velvet icing on top of the mixture. Finally, he takes a thin stirring stick and gradually swirls the cream cheese icing into the brownies, which is all you have to do to create a dessert that will make everyone want to be your valentine.