I used my mini muffin pan sprayed with cooking spray and dropped a scoop of the cookie mix into bake. After about 8 or nine minutes, I took it out of the oven and pressed an indention into the top. After they had cooled a few minutes, I used a knife around the edges to help me loosen them out. I only baked six at first to make sure it would work. I tasted one. It was a little bland so I threw in some chocolate chips. YUM! (white chocolate chips would've been good too). I'm calling them red velvet brownie bites, but if you want to get technical, they are really just cookies masquerading as brownies. If you want to get a real red velvet brownie recipe, I'm sure one exists....I just wanted to use up a boxed cake mix.
After baking the rest of the cookie mix, I let them cool completely. Before the event, I made up the tuxedo brownie topping and let it chill in a big zip lock in the fridge for a few hours. Then I piped it into the red velvet brownie cups and topped everything with a fresh blackberry. A raspberry would've been pretty too, but I had been blackberry picking that morning!
I took this beautiful plate of delicious treats to a Pinterest(R) Anonymous class and realized that it wasn't actually from Pinterest....and everyone loved them so much, I decided to make a blog post about it, just so I could share it with the crowd.
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For cookie/brownie mix:
- 1 (18.25 ounce) package Red Velvet cake mix
- 2 large eggs
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
For cream filling:
|2||square white chocolate for baking|
|8||oz cream cheese, softened|
|1/4||cup powdered sugar|
|1||cup thawed, frozen whipped topping|
|Pipe cream cheese mixture into brownie cups; top with strawberries. Refrigerate 1-3 hours before serving.|