Red Velvet Brownies (Plus 2 Cute Ideas To Gift Them!)

Whether you’re looking for a sweet treat for yourself or a yummy food gift to make for someone else, these red velvet brownies are perfect in every way.

Crackly on top with just the right amount of crispiness, the inside of the brownie has the perfect consistency. Not to chewy or too cake like, they are just right.

Red velvet and white chocolate just go together so perfectly, yum!

At the end of this post I’ll share with you two adorable ways to wrap these brownies as gifts.

Being red and white, these brownies make such festive gifts for Christmas and Valentine’s Day, but of course they are also wonderful to give any time of year!

Easy Red Velvet Brownies With White Chocolate Chips

I almost forgot to mention how easy this recipe is to make. It uses a box cake mix along with Bisquick (my secret ingredient) so you don’t have to make everything from scratch.

This will save you so much time and money on ingredients!

By the way these brownies only take 30 minutes to make, so you can whip them up last minute.

All the added ingredients really jazz up the red velvet boxed cake mix and you’ll end up with a super yummy brownie that tastes like it’s completely from scratch.

Now let’s get to the recipe…

Red Velvet Cookies With White Chocolate Chips

This red velvet brownie recipe filled with melt in your mouth white chocolate chips is amazingly decadent and delicious.
Whether you bring these to a party, enjoy them as a treat, or give as a homemade gift, no one will be able to resist these brownies!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: Dessert
Servings: 12

Ingredients

  • 1 box Red velvet cake mix
  • 3 Eggs
  • ½ cup Water
  • ½ cup Sour Cream
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • 1 cup White chocolate chips

Instructions

  • Take a small handful out of your cup of white chocolate chips and set to the side.
    (You'll use those for the top of the brownies later.)
  • Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
    Stir in the white chocolate chips besides the handful set to the side.
  • Pour into a 8×13 tray.
  • Sprinkle remaining white chocolate chips on top.
  • Bake for 20 minutes at 350°
  • Remove and let cool.
  • Slice them into squares.

Notes

If you are giving these as gifts, see below for two fun ways to wrap these brownies.

Cute Gift Wrapping Ideas For These Brownies

Anyone who is a fan of red velvet will absolutely love these brownies and be so excited to receive them as a gift.

Here are a couple of cute ways to package them…

Place brownies in a Mason jar then tie bakers twine around it.

This is my favorite way for wrapping these brownies for Christmas or Valentine’s Day because I think the red and white twine makes it so festive.

For a more neutral look, place a piece of kraft paper on top of the jar, then finish it off with some natural twine.

This is an easy and simple way to dress up your brownie gift and perfect for any occasion or event year around.

As you can see, you can really get creative with this and decorate your jar for any event or occasion.

Mason jars are my favorite ways to wrap cookies because it’s super easy plus the recipient can use the jar again.

Hope you have fun making and wrapping up these brownies! Let me know how they turned out in the comments below!

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