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Red Velvet Treat


Nestle Country Flakes Red Velvet Treat

These Red Velvet Cake Treats are a simple spin and so delicious! And we added to them some delicious yummy frosting filling. 

Preparation Time
15 min
Cooking Time
0 min
Skill Level
Serving Size


6 cupsNestle Country Corn Flakes
1/4 cupbutter
2 cupsmini marshmallows
1/3 cupdry Red Velvet Cake mix
For the filling:
1/2 cupcream cheese
1 cupNestle Sweetened Condensed Milk


Line a 10ʺx15ʺ pan with foil and grease lightly with cooking spray. Set aside.

In a large saucepan melt butter over low heat

Add marshmallows and stir until melted.

Remove from heat and add in dry red velvet cake mix, stirring until mixed completely with marshmallow.

Stir in cornflakes and coat evenly with mixture.

Pour mixture into prepared pan and press evenly. Let cool.

Make filling by beating cream cheese, condensed milk and powdered sugar together.

Cut the delicious treat sheet in half, so you have two equal portions, and spread the filling on one of the portions.

Place the other half on top and cut into squares.

Add some Fresh Slices Of Strawberries.

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