We’re huge fans of red velvet here at Berglund Group. However, lately, we’ve been trying ways to enjoy it other than in traditional cake or cupcake forms. Luckily, once we started searching, we found tons of ways to eat red velvet without using either of those methods in their traditional sense. Here are our five favorite red velvet recipes that we hope you love as much as we do.
Red Velvet Cake Truffles
Handheld and lighter than a whole piece of cake, these red velvet cake truffles are as adorable as they are tasty. The ball form of these treats is created by dipping your formed cake ball into a white candy coating. Once covered, sprinkle cake crumbs over the truffle ball in order to finish the look of these cute treats.
Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
This may sound crazy, but we promise it is wonderful. The combination of rich hot chocolate and red velvet flavors creates an unexpectedly delicious drink. You’ll have to try this one to fully experience its uniquely wonderful flavors for yourself.
Red Velvet Waffles
Red velvet absolutely belongs at the breakfast table. These are perfect for a romantic breakfast to start any day. They only take 35 minutes to make and when they’re done, they look Instagram-worthy. Make these red velvet waffles for you and your sweetheart today.
Mini Red Velvet Cheesecake
One of the many awesome things about this recipe is that the cake batter can be made in advance and frozen until you need it. Freezing it won’t harm the taste in any way and will help you whip these together for any occasion, even at a moment’s notice. Top these off with whipped cream and shavings of chocolate to complete their sophisticated appearance.
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Red Velvet Trifle
This trifle looks so pretty when it’s done, you’ll have a hard time grabbing a spoon to eat it. With just 30 minutes and 12 ingredients, you’ll have this adorable and scrumptious dessert. Enjoy it with family or friends today.