These red velvet brownies are such a feast for the eyes, you'll forget they taste exactly the same as regular old brownies. Hate to beak it to y'all, but red velvet isn't a particular kind of cake or flavor, its juts another way of saying: "look, I added a whole bunch of food coloring to this." So yeah red velvet just means red colored, but when your desserts look this damn good I only have one question: Who the hell cares?
Nothing is going to stop us from enjoying these red velvet brownies, though. Regular brownies can get a little boring after a while, but these bad boys look like they came right out of a dream. So dream on Montreal, dream on.
Now here's 2 versions of what you'll need to make them:
The lazy way: 1 package of red velvet cake mix - 3/4cup canola oil, 3/4 cup sweetened condensed milk - 2 eggs
The slightly less lazy way: 1 package of brownie or cake mix - 3/4cup canola oil, 3/4 cup sweetened condensed milk - 2 eggs - red food coloring.
Mix your ingredients properly and place in an 8x8 baking tray. Place in the oven at 350F for ~ 25 minutes. Then eat them all by yourself ...