Red Velvet Cream Cheese Swirl Bars {Guest Post by Greens and Chocolate}

Hello! Today I have Taylor from Greens and Chocolate guesting posting for me! You can find her on Twitter @greenschocolate – enjoy!

When I saw that Erin was looking for a guest blogger, I jumped at the opportunity.

However, when taking more time to think about what I would share I have to admit, I was a stumped. I mean, Erin is so creative when it comes to her baking and every single thing makes my mouth water. How could I ever make something that would interest her readers as much as the treats she makes?!

Well, I think I’ve done it. With Valentine’s Day coming up, I turned to a recipe that I made last Valentine’s Day that was red, festive, and downright delicious!

I am a huge fan of everything red velvet and these bars are no exception.

redvelvetccbrownies Red Velvet Cream Cheese Swirl Bars {Guest Post by Greens and Chocolate}

They have everything that I love about red velvet cake, in an easy to make bar. Most importantly, they include the best part of red velvet cake: cream cheese frosting. Drool.

These are be perfect for your Valentine sweetie!

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Comments

  1. Nom nom nom nom. These look amazing! I might try and concoct a mint version.. Great post! :) Have a happy Tuesday

  2. These bars look delicious! Perfect for Valentine’s day :)

  3. Hi Taylor, these look melt in your mouth scrumptious!

  4. Oh super yum!! I actually never had red velevet. Well, I had a piece of red velvet cake, but my firends said son’t couont the cake as red velvet because it wasn’t very good. I’m going to give this recipe a try!

  5. Yes please, I will take half of the pan! Love that the frosting is mixed in, and in a bar form! Portable red velvet cake! Great guest post!

  6. Yummy bars..love the way you made them! Very pretty and I delicious!

  7. You had me at red velvet. I may have to make these for the Superbowl. Thanks for sharing

  8. Oh, Taylor, these look wonderful! I love the swirled topping…so beautiful! Erin, wonderful guest poster :)

  9. Yummy I’d love some please! :)

    “Spice it Up”

  10. Great guest post!

  11. Ooooh, what a fantastic looking bar! You know I can’t resist cheesecake, and the red velvet of course is perfect this month. Great guest post!

  12. Delicious bars and they look so beautiful.

  13. Congrats on being #1 on the top nine!!
    These bars deserve it — they look and sound amazing!

  14. Your Red Velvet Cheese Swirl Bars look amazing and so delicious. This is the perfect Valentine’s Day dessert:) Congratulations on the Foodbuzz Top 9.

  15. These look absolutely divine! I think I may have to make these for valentine’s day!

  16. Mmmmmm! I have a red velvet cake mix- can this recipe be adapted to accomodate cake mix? I can make from scratch too, but would be easier to just use the mix. Any suggestions?

  17. These look to die for!! Love the swirlies!

  18. these bars look so decadent and perfect for Valentine’s day! congrats on the top 9

  19. Oh those flavors! Gimme one? I’ll say please and thank you. Chocolate, swirls, cheesecakey, fabulous.

  20. I’ll take a pan please?! They look divine! Great guest post!

  21. YUM :) I love red velvet too and OH God i need to start to plan what I’m gonna do for Valentines day it’s only 10 days away!!! :) Thanks for sharing this recipe and Congrats for being Top 9!

  22. Is baking soda left out of this recipe on purpose? Usually when I see vinegar it is mixed with baking soda.

    • bigfatbaker says:

      I am not 100% sure – but I imagine because it’s a bar it wouldn’t need as much lift as a cake or cupcake.

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