Red Velvet Waffle

You will be asking yourself why red velvet waffles if they are note red? You have a relevant point; they must be read. In the deepness they are read but in the outside they are regular waffles. When I made the batter, its color was a beautiful kind of fushia, but at the cooking time, … Continue reading Red Velvet Waffle

Red Velvet French Toasts

Continuing with the topic of artificial food coloring vs natural, I cooked these Red Velvet French Toasts. I could have easily added red 1 or 2 but instead I looked for natural ingredients that would bring taste and nutriments to my dish. I used strawberries and rasberries. I did not have to add sugar and … Continue reading Red Velvet French Toasts

Red Velvet Ice Cream

Rasberries contain alpha, beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin and choline antioxidants. The flavonoids in this type of berry can improove the memory. It is a natural medicine for the heart and eyes. It works as a detox fruit for the body. It is ideal for diabetic people. THey contain magnesium, manganese, copper, iron and potassium. they are … Continue reading Red Velvet Ice Cream

Red Velvet Oatmeal

Ever thought of Red Velvet Oatmeal? Well, I had create one! IT is really nutritious because you eat beets without noticing. I also topped it with many ingredients such as banana, coconut shreds, blueberry chia jam and dark chocolate chips. I added vanilla and coconut essence which give a boost to the flavor, but don't … Continue reading Red Velvet Oatmeal

Red Velvet Crepe

Popularized in the 1940, red velvet flavor is associated with cocoa and red food coloring. Originally, the red color is due to the chemical reaction of acid in unsweetened bar chocolate and natural (non-alkalized) cocoa powder in conjunction with an acidic liquid (generally buttermilk or sour milk) with an alkali (baking soda), which reveals the … Continue reading Red Velvet Crepe

Red Velvet Hot cocoa

This Red Velvet Hot Cocoa i silky and smooth as well as healthy and nutritious. It will leave you satisfied and warmed. For the red velvet effect I used half of a beet and a few strawberries for a sweet flavor and a brilliant color. I blend them with water until well combined and liquid. … Continue reading Red Velvet Hot cocoa