Bake This Red Velvet Sandwich Cookie to Complete Your Valentine’s Day

Red Velvet Cookies

Valentine’s Day is identical to lots of hearts, red color, chocolate, candies, candles, and of course, sweet desserts. This includes sandwich cookie – just like this red velvet sandwich cookie. If you’re unfamiliar with what sandwich cookie is like, it’s basically just two cookies stuck together with fillings between them. You might be reminded of a macaron. The French delicacy is one famous example of a sandwich cookie.

To gather all the elements of Valentines’ Day, the red velvet sandwich cookie combines the heart, the red color, and the sweet taste. The perfect combination between everything a Valentine’s Day should have is what makes this sandwich cookie the perfect dessert for the day of love. Whether it’s shared with a lover, friends, family members, co-workers, or even, eaten alone, the sandwich cookie is a perfect treat to spend a sweet, memorable Valentine’s Day.

To bake the red velvet sandwich cookies you’d need all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, unsalted butter, brown sugar, egg, vanilla extract, buttermilk, food coloring, cream cheese, and sifted sugar. As you can see, there’s no particular ingredient which is hard to find so baking these sweet cookies would not be an impossible task!

If you are interested in having the recipe, click the link here. Happy baking, and have a great Valentine’s Day for your loved one! If you have tried to bake the sandwich cookie, let us know how it went below in the comment section!

See also: Making Valentine’s Day Sugar Cookies.

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1 Comment

  1. I pinned and have tried this recipe and it turned good, my family loved it. Thank you so much. Keep on posting creative recipes 🙂

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