Red Velvet Cookie Sandwich

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You’ll love the combination of delicious buttercream frosting and chewy red velvet cookies in these red velvet cookie sandwiches. Easy to make, with no special equipment required, these are a must-try.

Cookie sandwiches are some of the best dessert options around for people who want a bit more oomph to their cookies.

You can try the chocolate chip cookie sandwiches that are a huge hit, but red velvet lovers will be happy to know that this red velvet cookie sandwich recipe will give you the red velvety flavor combined with traditional buttercream and they are magical.

In this red velvet cookie sandwich recipe, you’ll learn how to make these awesome treats and the best ways to store and eat them.

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Ingredients for Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches

Red velvet cookie sandiches require the ingredients for my red velvet cake mix cookies and buttercream frosting.

This means that you’ll need:

  • red velvet cake mix
  • vegetable oil
  • eggs
  • sprinkles
  • butter
  • icing sugar
  • vanilla extract

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How to Make Red Velvet Cake Mix Cookies

Before you make a cookie sandwich, you need to make the cookies!

I used my red velvet cake mix cookie recipe, which is one of the easiest recipes ever with no chilling or any sort of mess – and no needing to soften butter, yay!

You can make these right before you make the sandwiches, just make sure to let them cool completely.

How to Make Buttercream Frosting

I fill cookie sandwiches with buttercream frosting, as it is soft and delicious, unlike a frosting like royal icing which would dry hard and not give you the texture you need for the filling.

I have a homemade buttercream frosting recipe, which you can absolutley make with just a bowl and a spoon, though an electric mixer is helpful if you have one.

I make this while the cookies are baking and cooling.

For this recipe, I’ve kept the buttercream its natural color.

buttercream-frosting

How to Make Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches

So you’ve got your buttercream frosting and your red velvet cookies – time to make the cookie sandwiches!

Fill up a piping bag with your buttercream frosting and use a wide tip or cut off the end of the tipless piping bag to make a wide tip.

Match up the cookies of similar sizes to be made into cookie sandwiches as best as you can, and then turn them over.

Pipe buttercream frosting in a circuluar movement, going from the inside to the outside of the cookie on one of the cookie bottoms.

I like to do a really thick layer, so complete one layer and then go over it again to make for really jaw-dropping cookie sandwiches.

Then, gently press the other cookie onto the frosted cookie and there you go!

Should You Eat Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches Cold?

You can eat red velvet cookie sandwiches cold or at room temperature, but we prefer these having just been removed from the refrigerated.

I always put them in the refrigerator right after making just to let them set slightly.

This also means they are less messy to eat when you’re ready to eat them – the cookie will stay together and not crumble when you bite into it.

Yield: 12

Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches

Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches

These red velvet cookie sandwiches are super velvety and deliciously filled with buttercream frosting.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 batch of buttercream frosting
  • 12 red velvet cake mix cookies

Instructions

    1. Fill up a piping bag with your buttercream frosting and use a wide tip or cut off the end of the tipless piping bag to make a wide tip.
    2. Match up the cookies of similar sizes to be made into cookie sandwiches as best as you can, and then turn them over.
    3. Pipe buttercream frosting in a circuluar movement, going from the inside to the outside of the cookie on one of the cookie bottoms.
    4. Then, gently press the other cookie onto the frosted cookie and there you go!

Notes

1. I like to do a really thick layer of icing, so complete one layer and then go over it again to make for really jaw-dropping cookie sandwiches.

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