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Red Velvet Cake Batter Puppy Chow

Our church had a dessert auction a few weeks ago and I was trying to come up with a creative dessert to bring.  I had really enjoyed the Cake Batter Puppy Chow that I posted a couple weeks ago, but I wanted to add a unique twist.  Red velvet is not usually my favorite flavor in cakes, but I thought the red would look really pretty for the dessert auction, so I decided to give it a try! I learned two things in this experience.

#1 – Red velvet cake mix does not turn red until it gets wet.  When I mixed it into the Chex pieces to coat them after stirring in the Almond Bark, it stayed…well…brownish.  Not the unique, pretty look I was going for in the dessert auction.  The powder did, however, turn red when I licked my fingers.

#2 – Red Velvet cake mix tastes amazing!!!  I honestly was not expecting to go crazy for it, but I did!  I couldn’t stop eating the stuff!

Because it didn’t have the best presentation, I decided not to include it in my dessert auction offerings, which meant I had to suffer through eating the entire batch myself…which I think may have happened either way.  Once I tasted this stuff, I was not very keen on sharing!  It seriously blew me away!  The perfect balance of sweet and crunchy and just sheer amazingness…I never predicted it would be such a tasty dessert for a not-so-crazy-about-red-velvet person like me.

Red Velvet Cake Batter Puppy Chow
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Ingredients

  • 5 cups Chex cereal (I used Rice Chex)
  • 10 oz (5 squares) vanilla flavored Almond Bark
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil
  • 1 1/2 cups red velvet cake mix

Instructions

  1. Melt Almond Bark according to package directions. Add vegetable oil to thin.
  2. Mix Almond Bark into the cereal.
  3. Mix in red velvet cake mix and stir until all pieces are coated.
  4. Let cool before serving.
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  1. I made this and added red food color to the almond bark….instead of vegetable oil, I used butter Crisco solid, it came out awesome!

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