Friday, April 8, 2011

Red Velvet Cakester

The weather is expected to be gloomy and rainy today. What better way to warm yourself up than to bake the night away with your loved ones? I’ve been addicted to red velvet cake since learning that Jessica Simpson served it at her wedding (to Nick Lachey, of course). I used this recipe for red velvet sandwich cookies from Bakerella. The only modification I made was to use 1 cup (instead of 1 lb.) confectioner sugar for the cream cheese filling.

To jazz things up a bit, I used a cookie cutter to cut them into heart shapes before assembling. After taking the cookies out of the oven, let them cool for about 3 minutes then proceed with the cookie cutter. Don't let them sit for too long as the cookies will harden and will easily crumble upon cutting.

These leftover cookie rings are so yummm to munch on. :)

The finished product...

Wishing everyone a wonderful and warm weekend! <3


  1. Hey, this is so cool girl! Beyond glad I found your blog! Maybe you have time to visit mine too, and if you like it, follow me. I always follow back :)

    Kisses xoXx

  2. so cute!!! you've just inspired me to get a cute cookie cutter too!


  3. What a cute and cool idea. Now I feel a must to follow your blog. You are such a sweetheart.

  4. Thank you for all your kind comments :) I love food so aside from clothing, you'll probably see some food posts here hehe...

  5. aww i HAVE to make some! Thanks :) xxx

  6. which red velvet cake mix did you use for the recipe?

  7. Hi there,

    I used the Duncan Hines red velvet cake mix.


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