Red Velvet Skillet Cookie

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Red Velvet Skillet Cookie – a thick and chewy red velvet cookie baked in a skillet and topped with ice cream and hot fudge.

Red velvet skillet cookie in a skillet with a spoon


I can’t believe that Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Are you ready? Do you do much to celebrate? We don’t do much, but it is fun to make special treats I know my family will love. Or decorate things to make them festive. Like these Chocolate Covered Pretzels, they are such an easy thing to make, but a huge hit.

Today I dressed up my all time favorite dessert; skillet cookie, to make it perfect for Valentine’s Day. Skillet cookie is like the perfect dessert. It is warm, gooey, and so good. Then you top it with ice cream and hot fudge. You really can’t get much better.

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Red velvet skillet cookie in a skillet with a spoon

Red Velvet seems to be all the rage for Valentine’s Day. You can start the day with Red Velvet Pancakes and then end the day with this Red Velvet Skillet Cookie. It is filled with both semi-sweet and white chocolate chips. But you can mix up that part how ever you want! You can use milk chocolate or even dark chocolate if that is more your style.

Red Velvet Skillet Cookie is best when it is still warm. I like to take it out of the oven and let is set up for about 5 minutes. Then top with ice cream and hot fudge and dive right in! If you want to let it set up, and actually cut into slices you can do that too. But I like to just hand out spoons, and let everyone crowd over the skillet.

Red velvet skillet cookie in a skillet with a spoon

So end your Valentine’s Day with a fun dessert that everyone will love. This would also be fun to bake in a few mini skillets, and everyone could have their own, and they could decorate how they wanted. Like adding whipped cream and sprinkles, or maybe caramel instead of hot fudge. Make it your own!


**I have an ongoing relationship with Imperial Sugar for recipe development. I was compensated for my time to creat this recipe. All thoughts an opinions are 100% my own.


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