Remember the ice cream cookie sandwich? It’s as easy and classic a summer treat as ever it was. And it’s still best when made with homemade cookies—preferably the chocolate chip variety.
This ice cream cookie sandwich recipe isn’t actually a recipe. It’s a reminder. You know, of summer and playfulness and the magic of indulging in ice cream for dinner. Consider yourself reminded. So go on. Be a kid again. The hardest part is deciding which cookie and ice cream combo you crave most. Peanut butter cookie and chocolate ice cream. Chocolate cookie and strawberry ice cream. Chocolate chip cookie and good old vanilla. The options are dizzying. Let us know what you decide to make in a comment below.–Renee Schettler Rossi
Special Equipment: Imagination. Patience.
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich Recipe
- Quick Glance
- 5 M
- 35 M
- Servings vary
- 1. Here we go. Grab the ice cream of your choice from your freezer. If using cookies, scoop the ice cream onto your favorite cookie. Top with a second cookie.
If using brownies, slice each brownie in half to create a couple skinny brownies. Place a scoop of ice cream on the bottom half of the brownie and sandwich with the top half. Gently press the sandwich together to smoosh the ice cream between the cookies.
- 2. If you wish, roll the edges of each ice cream sandwich in sprinkles or chocolate shavings or jimmies.
- 3. Wrap each ice cream sandwich in plastic wrap and stick ’em in the freezer for at least half an hour. (Yes, we know. Waiting is the hardest part.)
- 4. After half an hour, you can stop fidgeting and take an ice cream sandwich out of the freezer. Unwrap it and eat it right away. Don’t forget to do a dance or at least a sigh of appreciation.
Hungry for more? Chow down on these:
- Chocolate-Mint Ice Cream Sandwiches from Country Living
- Blondie Ice Cream Sandwiches from Cookies and Cups
- Magic One Ingredient Ice Cream from Leite's Culinaria
- Banana Bread with Caramel Ice Cream and Pecan Brittle from Leite's Culinaria
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich Recipe © 2011 Kim Ima. Photo © 2011 Jason Florio. All rights reserved.
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