Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip

Red Velvet dip;  This easy to make dip tastes just like red velvet cake batter!

Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip from Jen's Favorite Cookies- this easy cream cheese dip tastes just like red velvet cake batter!Ever since we got Netflix, I’m getting hooked on one series after another.

Murder mysteries, mostly.  I watch one series from beginning to end, then spend a few days wishing there were more episodes, then I start over with a new series.

I was sort of devastated when I came to the end of “Dexter.”  That one will be hard to replace.

Lately, I’ve been watching old episodes of “Columbo.”  Peter Falk is classic.  I even found a few episodes I hadn’t seen before.

It’s a terrible habit.  I should space them out, I would probably enjoy them more if I didn’t watch one right after another.

Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip from Jen's Favorite Cookies- this easy cream cheese dip tastes just like red velvet cake batter!

I am the same way with food.  A couple weeks ago, I made some chicken salad for lunch, and enjoyed it so much I made it three more times within the next week and a half.

I’m a little sick of chicken salad now.

But my latest obsession is cake batter dip.  Lawd have mercy, I can’t stop myself.

Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip from Jen's Favorite Cookies- this easy cream cheese dip tastes just like red velvet cake batter!

Seeing as how February is right around the corner, I decided to try a red velvet version of this treat.

The kids LOVE when I make this stuff.  LOVE it.  They basically fight over it, and I have to threaten bodily harm to get them to share.

The Fruitarian: “This dip is so good!!”
Me: “Of course it is.  Never doubt me.”

Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip from Jen's Favorite Cookies- this easy cream cheese dip tastes just like red velvet cake batter!Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip from Jen's Favorite Cookies- this easy cream cheese dip tastes just like red velvet cake batter!

Since our Valentines Day celebrations basically center around the kids, I think this dip might need to be part of it.

Knowing me, I’ll probably make it four times between now and then.

Maybe I’ll eat it while watching old episodes of “Columbo.”

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Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip
 
A creamy dip that tastes like red velvet cake batter.
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Recipe type: Snacks
Ingredients
  • 4 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 4 tablespoons butter, softened
  • ¾ cup dry red velvet cake mix
  • ¼ cup powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons milk
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Mix until smooth and creamy.
  2. Serve at room temperature with crackers or fruit.

 red velvet dip

24 thoughts on “Red Velvet Cake Batter Dip

  1. Carla

    Ha I think we already talked about this, but I’m notorious for eating the same meal over and over again. I can definitely see myself eating this dip over and over and over and. over…

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  2. Renee

    I’m absolutely certain that all I would have to do is give this to my husband with a spoon and he would be very happy. He LOVES red velvet anything.

    Reply
  3. FYI

    Cake mix has raw flour in it, which should NEVER be consumed as it can harbor e. coli and salmonella just like raw eggs. This recipe is NOT safe to eat. If you don’t mind eating raw eggs, then go for it. But if you wouldn’t eat raw eggs, do NOT make this.

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    1. Jen Post author

      Thanks for bringing this up. My research indicates that raw flour is very low risk in terms of bacteria, much lower risk than raw eggs. But, just like ordering a rare steak at a restaurant, people should use their best judgement before consuming this.

      Reply
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    1. Jen Post author

      Amanda, absolutely! It’s easiest to eat at room temperature, though, so let it warm up for a few minutes before digging in.

      Reply
  6. Nada

    Hi! I love this recipe and cant wait to try it. I’m wondering whether the red velvet cake mix can be substituted. Can you use yellow or chocolate or white instead? Please help!

    Reply
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  10. Sam

    I want to make this for a baby shower on Wednesday. Would it still be good if I made it on Monday or Tuesday night and refrigerated it?

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    1. Jen Post author

      Sure, it’s fine made-ahead. Just be sure it’s well covered in the fridge, and that you let it come to room temperature (or close) before serving.

      Reply
  11. Janet

    Hey there…….I’m new to this site, I am a red velvet LOVER! I NEED to make this!!
    Could somebody give me some ideas as to what I could use to dunk with..?…..?Other than chunks of cake, or cookie? What about spreading a little on some icecream dessert? What do you think? Some suggestions please…….thanks. Xoxoxo

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