Triple Chip Red Velvet Cookies

These Red Velvet Cookies with three kinds of chocolate chips will be a favorite Valentine’s Day treat this year.

Triple Chip Red Velvet Cookies - red velvet cake mix cookies with three kinds of chocolate chips

A couple months ago I made these Chocolate Mint Cookies.   I had to give them away, or I would have eaten the entire batch of cookies before the day was over.  They were that good!

Have you tried the cake mix cookies yet?  They are one of my favorite go-to cookies at the moment.

Triple Chip Red Velvet Cookies - red velvet cake mix cookies with three kinds of chocolate chips

 I love quick and easy they are to mix up and bake.  You could bake them right away, but I like to let the dough chill in my refrigerator for about 30 minutes.  It helps the dough from spreading out too thin.  And DO NOT bake them more than 9 minutes.  They will look very undone, but they will set up quickly.

My favorite way to eat them is fresh out of the oven.  The center is still so gooey and soft and just perfect.  Plus the chocolate is so melty and delicious.

Triple Chip Red Velvet Cookies - red velvet cake mix cookies with three kinds of chocolate chips

I wanted to make some of these Red Velvet Cookies with a Valentine’s flair for this month.  When I was shopping at Walmart I found the Nestle Valentine’s mix of chocolate chips.  Every bite of these cookies has a good amount of chocolate in it.

The best thing about these cookies is that they stay soft for about 5 days.  I’m sure they would stay soft longer, but cookies just don’t last long enough in our house for me to test that theory.

Triple Chip Red Velvet Cookies - red velvet cake mix cookies with three kinds of chocolate chips

I hope you like red and pink Valentine’s Day treats because I kind of went overboard this year and baked quite a few.  So get prepared for a new one every day and maybe even one after the heart day is over.


Here are a couple more Cookie recipes for Valentine’s Day treats that you might like:

Cherry Cordial Cookies

Coconut Nutella Cookies

Cinnabon Sugar Cookies


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Red Velvet Cookies

Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 9 minutes

Yield: 36 cookies

Red Velvet Cookies

Red Velvet cake mix cookies with three kinds of chocolate chips


1 red velvet cake mix (18 oz.)
1 stick butter, melted
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
4 oz. cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup white chocolate chips
1 cup Nestle's Valentine chocolate chip mix (dk. choc and red chips)


  1. In a mixing bowl, combine the cake mix and butter, Add the egg, vanilla, and cream cheese and beat until mixed thoroughly. Stir in the chips by hand. Chill the dough at least 30 minutes.
  2. Roll the dough into 1 -1 1/2 inch balls. Bake on a nonstick surface at 350* for 9 minutes. Let rest on pan for 2 minutes before removing to parchment lined counters. Cool completely before storing in a sealed container for up to 5 days. Makes 36 cookies.


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    • Jocelyn Brubaker says

      Cake mix cookies are so simple and so under appreciated! Got to love a cute Valentine’s treat that doesn’t take a long time!

    • Jocelyn Brubaker says

      I love when I stumble on fun baking goodies! As soon as I saw the red velvet cake I knew how I wanted to use them!!! Thanks for stopping by!

    • Jocelyn Brubaker says

      They don’t usually last that long, but I bagged them up for lunches and the kids know they can’t eat those whenever they want!

    • Jocelyn Brubaker says

      I just love the convenience of a cake mix cookie…and they taste like you spent hours on them! Any thing with triple chips is a winner by me!

  1. Kristina says

    Hi. So excited to make these. Just got everything out but am I blind. Cause I don’t see the temp to cook at??? Help please

    • Jocelyn Brubaker says

      Whoops! Sorry about that. Apparently I forgot to add that. It is 350*. I just went in and edited the recipe. Thank you for letting me know. I hope you enjoy the cookies!!!

    • says

      I have actually never had these last long enough to freeze, but I don’t see why they couldn’t be frozen. I would layer them with wax paper before freezing to keep them from sticking to each other.

  2. Jonathan says

    O!!! M!!! G!!! I almost put myself into a diabetic coma bc of these AMAZAZING cookies!!! They were SUPER easy to make, and i was THIS close to shoveling them all into my mouth all at once!!! Thanks for posting this awesome recipe!!!

  3. Robert says

    Nestle discontinued the Valentines Morsels. Did the red chips have a different flavor? Or were they just red?

    Any replacement suggestions?

    Thank you!

  4. says

    Hi ,

    I was just wondering , if I freeze these cookies, how long do you think they would last being out of the fridge. I would like to make thee for friends but I must travel to go see them and I’m just wondering if they would last the trip.




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