Red Velvet White Chocolate Chip Cookies for Jessica’s Wedding Shower

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When I met Jessica of My Baking Heart last fall in San Francisco, my first thought was, “I love her Texas accent!”, my second thought was, “Her mom looks like Paula Deen!” and my third thought was, “Jessica is so pretty!” To say we had a blast would be quite the understatement.

Through getting to know Jessica beyond the blog, she always lit up when talking about her then boyfriend, Chris. To no surprise, they were engaged shortly thereafter and have spent the last many months planning the wedding of their dreams. Jessica has an eye for all things 4-star and without a doubt, her wedding will be one that guests remember for a lifetime. I can only assume the food will be out of this world. Especially dessert.

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When I think of Jessica, other than her accent, her celeb look-a-like mom, and her stunning beauty, I think of her baking. Likely in a really cute apron. Maybe even some heels.

Jessica is a baker. The girl can make flour, sugar, and butter work magic and hand her a pastry bag and tip, and you’re bound to end up with a masterpiece. My blood sugar goes up just looking at the beautiful treats she whips up so it was only appropriate to return the favor for her virtual wedding shower with these Red Velvet White Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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I’ve made Red Velvet Cookies with White Chocolate Chips in the past and they were a huge hit on the blog. Cookies…red velvet…no wonder. Unlike my previous attempt which included a boxed cake mix, these were from scratch. Yet, they were very simple to make. I whipped these up in no time and Mr. Prevention and I both had trouble resisting fourths. I mean thirds. Crap, I mean seconds. ;)

Jessica and Chris, happy upcoming nuptials. You deserve a perfect day and then some. Cheers to you and many years of happiness!

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Check out the round-up of other great recipes in honor of Jessica’s upcoming wedding on Nikki’s blog, Pennies on a Platter!

Please don’t forget to vote for my Vegan Chocolate Pumpkin Nut Muffins on the Smart Balance Facebook page. “Like” Smart Balance and then vote by “liking” my recipe! Thank you! :)

Be well,

Comments

  1. I love virtual wedding showers! I think I’ve only had red velvet cake once, and am not sure how I felt about it, so looks like I kind of have to make these cookies now to make up my opinion on them ;)

  2. I’m betting that despite the fact these have white chocolate chips in there, I can totally get the Mr to fall in love with them!

  3. Congratulations to Jessica!

    The cookies are beautiful!

  4. I would be having fourths of these, too, Nicole!! :)

  5. Delicious!! I could probably eat four of these too (I mean…two… haha).
    I will go vote for you!!!

  6. Mmm fourths are good with me, too!! Fantastic and gorgeous choice but you always cease to make amazing dishes!! Miss ya!

  7. Mmmm…. they look so soft!

    And I’m a sucker for anything with white chocolate involved. Totally.

  8. So, if I had to choose this red velvet cookie recipe or the other one, which should I choose to make?

  9. I LOLed at your initial thoughts! So funny. I agree on all 3 counts! :) That was such a fun time, I so wish we were all headed to Foodbuzz again this year!!

    Your cookies look fabulous!

  10. I just had red velvet cake for the first time not too long ago – and your cookies? Definitely insulin worthy!!

  11. Shit, I hit enter too soon – can we vote for your muffins more than once??

  12. Oh man, you know I love red velvet anything. These are such a perfect addition to Jess’ shower. Lovely work, Nicole!

  13. Oh man, I love anything red velvet and white chocolate is one of my biggest weaknesses so these would be seriously dangerous to have around here!

  14. Those cookies sound amazing!

  15. I love these! The white and red colors alone are enough to make these! Just adorable.
    These would be perfect for the holiday as well!!!

  16. I love everything red velvet.

  17. Hmmm… I just tried to leave a comment but I don’t think it went through. Wonder what I did wrong?

  18. Your cookies look divine, and I love that the white chocolate chips mimic the cream cheese frosting that tops a classic red velvet cupcake. I’m overdue to bake a batch of cookies that capture those delicious flavors- I’ll definitely be trying your recipe! If you have a chance, come check out my contribution to the shower, Personalized Biscoff Sandwich Cookies. (I think they’d look great next to yours on the dessert end of the table, haha!) Hope to hear from you soon!

  19. Hiow pretty! I haver never had red velvet cookies before, but I love red velvet cake. Can’t wait to try these.

  20. Gorgeous cookies, Nicole! Red Velvet is one of my favorite cake flavors, but your cookies?? HELLO! So happy you brought them to the table! Miss you and hope MI is treating you well! :)

  21. what a cool cookie– and perfect for a southern girl!

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