Valentine's Day is next week so I created a dessert that is perfect to make for your loved ones. I used boxed brownie mix and red velvet cake mix to speed up the process, but you can use your favorite brownie and red velvet cake recipes. I used my favorite homemade chocolate buttercream frosting to pipe between the layers and on top.
1 - box Red velvet cake mix plus ingredients to make (water, oil and eggs)
1 - box Brownie mix plus ingredients to make (water, oil, and eggs)
Bake the Red velvet cake at 350 degrees for 12-14 minutes in a 16x12x1 inch parchment lined sheet pan (leave overhang to lift baked caked out easily).
Bake the Brownies at 350 degrees for 20-22 minutes in a 9x13 inch parchment lined cake pan (leave overhang to lift baked brownies out easily).
Let cool completely in pans on wire rack. Remove the cake and brownies by gently lifting using the parchment paper.
Use heart shaped cookie cutters to cut out shapes. You could use different sizes too. You will only need 1/2 of the red velvet cake if you plan on using brownies on all of them.
Note: I made Red Velvet Cake Truffles with the leftover cake. All you have to do is add just enough canned cream cheese frosting to bring it all together (I used about 1/3 can).
Chocolate Buttercream Frosting:
1 stick unsalted butter, room temperature
3 cups powdered sugar, sifted
1/4 cup cocoa powder, sifted
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
1/4 cup milk (maybe less, maybe more)
In a large stand mixer bowl, beat the butter for a minute. Add the sifted powdered sugar and cocoa powder and mix until combined. Add the vanilla extract, then slowly add the milk, a little at a time, until the right consistency is achieved. Piped frosting needs to be thicker than frosting that will be spread using offset spatula. Beat on medium speed for 3 minutes until thick and fluffy.
Assemble the brownies and cakes and pipe or spread frosting in between the layers and on top. Decorate with Valentine's sprinkles. Store in airtight container lined with wax paper at room temperature. Enjoy!
Can't believe it's Valentines so soon! these beautiful treats are just perfect for the big day :)ReplyDelete
Those are gorgeous and perfect for Valentine's Day. I love them!!!!!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous! And yummy too. :)ReplyDelete
those are like the big mac of brownies, yummy! And I so would use the box mix!ReplyDelete
I just bought a red velvet cake mix. These look so delicious and perfect for Valentine's day!ReplyDelete
Wow, these treats look delish! :0)ReplyDelete
They are so pretty & lovely!!.Saw you @ Mrs.Fox Sweet Party, If you get a chance, pl link with my event tooReplyDelete
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Ooo, these look good! We loved having you link up to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday!" We hope to see you back next Saturday with more fun ideas! -The SistersReplyDelete
I meant to comment on these earlier and forgot! I always read your blog but i'm a terrible at leaving comments. I thought these were super cute!ReplyDelete
Valentine's Day Red Velvet Cake & Brownie's Looks Magnificent.ReplyDelete
Recipe Sounds Good.
Such a Pretty Cake.
This is a perfect gift for someone special.
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