We’re in Love With These Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Cake Bites!


We're in Love With These Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Cake Bites!  | thegoodstuff

Valentine’s Day is a great day to celebrate those you love. Whether it be your best friend, your significant other or your children, it’s the perfect time to celebrate those unique connections.

I love to get my girls something special, but I also love to make them homemade treats for Valentine’s Day. A while back I made cakes coated with candy, and the combo made my taste buds so happy!

This Valentine’s Day I decided to recreate those delicious treats and make my Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Cake Bites.

These red velvet cake bites are so simple to make — not to mention so delicious you’ll want to make them for everyone you love! I’m all about shortcuts when it comes to recipes, so it should be no surprise that this recipe is semi-homemade. It still has that “from scratch” taste, though!

Ready to whip up your own irresistible mini red velvet cakes in less than 30 minutes? Check out my recipe below!

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Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Cake Bites Recipe

Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Cupcakes Recipe | thegoodstuff

Special supplies

• Heart-shaped silicone mold

Ingredients

• 1 box red velvet cake mix
• Eggs according to box instructions
• Oil according to box instructions
• 1 bag white chocolate chips
• 1/2 slab of white almond bark
• Red, pink, and white sprinkles

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Directions

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Mix and bake your cupcakes according to box instructions — if your box doesn’t have baking instructions for cupcakes, check out this easy red velvet cupcakes recipe from Duncan Hines. Once baked, set aside to cool on a cooling rack.

2. When the cupcakes are cool, chop the almond bark and melt it in the microwave according to package instructions.

3. Once melted, take a cake and dip the bottom in the white chocolate. Place on a cooling rack (I place a cookie sheet under mine so white chocolate drippings don’t get on my counter).

4. Spoon the almond bark over the top and down the sides of your cupcakes. Add sprinkles.

5. Place the finished cakes in the freezer for a few minutes to harden.

Heart-Shaped Red Velvet Cupcakes Recipe | thegoodstuff


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