Thursday, March 13, 2014

Red velvet cookies!

I finally got around to baking Paul's cookies that he sent me in the mail.  I waited because if I made them I'd just eat them so I did them yesterday and I took them to the season end cookout where they were a great hit.  Of course Roche' had to get involved!

They are very easy to make and delicious.  One red velvet cake mix, 2 whole eggs, and 1/3 cup oil.  Mix dough and form 1" balls and bake 8-10 minutes at 375°and they smell divine too.  See that top one with the blob of cream cheese frosting?  Well I had to eat that one.  Roche' had a lick.

Today I have lunch with some gal pals and canasta afterwards.  It's cooled down a bit so no pool today.  Have a great Thursday y'all.  I will too.  For sure!


  1. Goodness the cookies look so good. I am sure they were a huge hit.
    Now tell me true do they really taste like a Red Velvet cake that you like so much ?
    I tried a cupcake once from a bakery and I was very disappointed it was kinda bland and rather dry. I was expecting something really fabulous the way everyone gushes over them.

    cheers, parsnip

  2. I love Red Velvet cake, cupcakes, cookies - any way shape or form! And the cream cheese is just a double whammy!
    Sheesh, 130 crunches? I misread that yesterday... Good going!

  3. oh my gosh! I think I actually have everything in stock, too. Well, no Ghiradelli squares. But still. :D My parents both love red velvet and I'd leave some unfrosted since Dad hates cream cheese frosting.

    How many did Roche' eat?

    Are you packed yet?

    big hugs xoxo

  4. The Red Velvet Cookies look fantastic Bee. The little white blob and the Ghiradelli squares was a beautiful touch. Brilliant my very intelligent and lovely friend. Are you ready to go on your cruise? Is Roche ready? Ha,ha,ha. Cruising,cruising, cruising. See ya.


  5. Bee, Your red velvet cookies look like a wonderful dessert. Very thought of you to share and not be tempted to have too many yourself. Way to go girl. I am so looking forward to your cruise photos. Have a fun day, I know you will make it fun. xoxo,Susie

  6. I've never had red velvet cake or red velvet cookies.
    Glad these turned out so well, and everybody enjoyed them thanks to your thoughtful sharing!

  7. I would have had more than one of those. Looks mighty good. And sharing them at the cookout is every more gooder. I'm sure Roche was right in the middle of those too. Bless his heart.

    Sunday and Monday it's going to be in the 80s here. Woo hoo!

    Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and my best to Roche. ♥♥♥

  8. Dick would love to have some of these!

    Big hugs, honey...


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