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Are you loving all the red and pink across the blogosphere? I certainly am. Especially the red velvet. When you think of red velvet that usually means cake, but not here. We’ve found 7 other creative ways to make red velvet including pancakes, doughnuts and ice cream. So if you’re looking for something different to make for Valentine’s Day give one of these recipes a go. How about those red velvet cheesecake brownies pictured above? Grab your bowls and spoons and follow the jump for the recipes!
Red Velvet Pancakes 1 of 7Start Valentine's morning off on the right foot with these gorgeous pancakes made from a shortcut mix! Top with fresh cream & berries.
Make red velvet pancakes
Red Velvet Mochi Mochi Doughnuts 2 of 7Fun to say. Fun to eat. These would make an excellent breakfast or dessert. Don't worry too much about the calories, they're baked not fried.
Make red velvet mochi mochi doughnuts
Red Velvet Marshmallow Ice Cream 3 of 7Looking for a cool red velvet treat? Then try this simple and fresh red velvet marshmallow ice cream.
Make red velvet ice cream
Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies 4 of 7If you're looking to put a smile on someone's face give them one of these red velvet sandwich cookies. They're filled with what else cream cheese frosting! Guaranteed to please.
Make red velvet sandwich cookies
Red Velvet Ice Cream Cones 5 of 7Looks like ice cream but it's not. They'll be pleasantly surprised when they bite into this red velvet Dessert in a cone.
Make red velvet ice cream cones
Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies 6 of 7You'll want to make an extra batch of these because you're going to want to eat the first batch yourself. Yes, they're that good!
Make red velvet cheesecake brownies
Red Velvet Whoopie Pies 7 of 7These heart shaped whoopie pies will have your sweeties screaming whoopie!
Make red velvet whoopie pies
Need more Valentine’s Inspiration?
Read Paula’s Food Blog, bell’alimento!
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