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    • Abbey McBride

      red velvet cookies with cream cheese filling

    • Kaylee Hester

      Red Velvet Cheesecake Cookies | The first time I made these by the recipe with the exception of changing the filling part a little bit. They were good, but did not taste like Red Velvet and they were not red despite the fact that I added 2x as much food coloring as it says. SO, the way I made them that actually turned out well is to HALF the cocoa powder, DOUBLE the cream cheese (in the filling), and add as much food coloring as you have to to get the right color!

    • Kelly Grumney

      Red velvet cream cheese stuffed cookies - very good, but very sweet. my recipe called for a glaze drizzled over it. next time i'm leaving out the cream cheese filling cause it was just too much.

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