Red Velvet Cake Brownies – A Cake Mix Recipe


Ok – so who doesn’t love brownies?

I think I may have mentioned before that I have a ridiculous love for Red Velvet ANYTHING.

So when I learned that you can EASILY make brownies from a cake mix – I knew I had to try it!  I’m a huge fan of cake mix recipes (cake mix cookies anyone)- heck, I even have an entire board on Pinterest just for cake mix recipes.

This recipe was adapted from several on the internet – so feel free to change and make your own!

Red Velvet Cake Brownies

1 box Red Velvet Cake mix

1/4 cup water

1 large egg

2 tbsp oil

1. Preheat oven to 350.  Grease 8 x 10 pan with non-stick spray of your choice.

2. Combine all ingredients.  Scoop into pan (batter will be very thick – you may have to use a spoon).

3. Bake 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.

4. Remove from oven and cool completely. Frost and cut.


So good! I used cream cheese frosting – per my usual. A quick, easy dessert that is sure to delight.

Question: Do you have a favorite cake mix recipe?  Please share!

What are your plans for the weekend?

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16 thoughts on “Red Velvet Cake Brownies – A Cake Mix Recipe

  1. I simultaneously would love these to be near me, and pray that they never are. Dangerous…. The weekend involves a visit from a buddy, some quality workouts, and MAYBE if the weather clears up, some sunshine on Sunday!

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  3. Tried it, and loved it! I was looking all over for a red velvet brownie recipe using cake mix, but not butter. Thanks so much. It came out great.

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  6. Hi! I was wanting to know the ingredients you listed after the cake mix, is that in addition to the cake mix ingredients? The cake mix I bought calls for a little more. ..thanks!

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