Red velvet cookies with white chocolate chips

Wanting to try a festive twist on red velvet cake? Look no further!
Wanting to try a festive twist on red velvet cake? Look no further!

So it’s the holiday season, and that means one thing: There will be baking. Lots of it.

Okay, fine. It means two things. 2). I will also make frequent trips Starbucks. For holiday drink rewards. For entries into the big ‘Starbucks For Life’ contest. Oh, and caffeine. You can’t forget the caffeine.

Anyways, back to what I was saying. With the holiday season upon us, it only makes sense to get in the baking spirit. Luckily for me, one of my coworkers agreed with me.

Connie Post with the Dayton Daily News happens to be a great baker and invited me to be a guest on her cooking show. I was absolutely honored and happy agreed to do a cooking segment.

Our mission: Nail down a fun, festive (but simple) dessert recipe to feature right before the holiday season kicked off. It wasn’t long before we found a recipe to make red velvet white chocolate chip cookies and knew we were sold.

Here’s proof in the pudding (err..cookie dough?) to describe how much we enjoyed them afterwards: we did three takes–aww, shucks–when shooting our video. This meant, naturally, we had to take a bite out of three different cookies.

Hey, appearance on video is everything.

With all of that said, I present to you a review that ran in the Dayton Daily News as well as a special video that will show you just how easy it is to make.


VIDEO: See how to make the cookies

REVIEW: Recipe review: Get the full recipe as well as our take on it


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Arielle says:

    Oh wow it looks so good! 🙂

    1. klymcmullen says:

      Thanks! They were absolutely delicious. If you love red velvet, this is one sweet cookie you can’t pass up on!

  2. Vickie says:

    I haven’t tried these yet. I was wondering are these suppose to turn out cakey or chewy? Thanks for sharing.

    1. klymcmullen says:

      Hi Vickie, thanks for visiting! These cookies are supposed to be more on the chewy side rather than cakey. They’re extra sweet and velvety, which both of us loved. If you make them, let me know how they turn out!

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