Why choose between satisfying your sweet need with a cookie sandwich or an ice cream recipe when you can have both? We have a wide variety of beloved ice cream sandwiches, and they are all so tasty that they will be gone before they melt.
Chocolate-Marshmallow Ice Cream Sandwiches
S’mores + candy bars + chocolate cake = a recipe for guaranteed dessert deliciousness. All three combine in our irresistible ice cream cookie sandwich recipe! Rather than starting from scratch, the cookies are based on chocolate cake mix, while the chocolate ice cream gets a semihomemade twist with the addition of chopped Twix bars. Layer both with a schmear of marshmallow creme, and dessert is done. (No campfire required.)
- Here are ten Twix minis with caramel filling.
- 1 chocolate cake mix, two-layer size
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 cup of oil from vegetables
- A quarter of a cup of water
- Two cups of chocolate ice cream
- 1/2 to 3/4 cup marshmallow crème
- Get a resealable plastic bag and open up your Twix bars. Put the lid on it and put it in the freezer for two hours.
- For the cookies, heat the oven to 350 degrees F while you wait. To make a cake, whisk together a cake mix, eggs, oil, and water in a large basin. Incorporate all of the ingredients by mixing them with an electric mixer. Spoonfuls of the dough should be dropped onto the baking sheets without buttering them. Ten minutes in the oven should be plenty to set the tops. Wait a minute for cooling before removing from cookie sheets. Take out the cookies and let them cool fully on racks.
- Put the ice cream into the big bowl. Wait 10 minutes to allow for some softening. Meanwhile, smash frozen Twix bars using the flat side of a meat mallet or a rolling pin. Mix in the ice cream and put it back in the freezer until you’re ready to use it.
- Half of the cookies should have marshmallow creme spread on the flat sides; arrange in a single layer with the crème side up in a shallow baking pan. Drop dollops of the ice cream mixture onto the flat sides of the remaining cookies using a small ice cream scoop. Spread ice cream side up on the same baking sheet. Cover loosely and place in the freezer for at least 2 hours, or until solid.
- Put two cookies together carefully. Serve right away, or individually wrap sandwiches in plastic and store in the freezer for up to a month. Aproximate yields of 14 sandwiches.
Sandwiches with ice cream and lemon bar cookies
This dessert ice cream sandwich’s easy sugar cookie bar recipe provides the foundation for its tart, acidic, and refreshing flavour profile. Spread vanilla ice cream with lemon curd stirred through it onto the cooked bar cookies, then stack on another cookie layer and freeze. Coating it with crushed lemon candies will give it that extra zing that will leave your mouth feeling dry.
- 12 cup of softened butter
- Sugar equivalent to a quarter cup
- Finely grated lemon peel, one tablespoon
- 1/2 tsp. baking soda
- Cream of tartar, half a teaspoon
- A pinch of salt
- 1 egg
- 1/2 an ounce of vanilla
- 1 1/2 cups of flour for all purposes
- There is enough vanilla ice cream for one 1.75-quart tub.
- 1 cup of lemon curd (from a recipe or a 10-ounce container) and 1 tablespoon of finely shredded lemon peel
- Lemon candy in shards (optional)
A Lemon Curd with Crust
- As many lemons as there are
- sugar, half a cup
- 2 teaspoons of flour
- To 3 egg yolks, add a dash of salt and pepper and whisk softly.
- 1/4 cup butter, diced
- Prepare a 350°F oven. Prepare a 9 by 9 by 2-inch baking pan with foil and put aside. Combine butter and sugar in a large bowl and beat with an electric mixer on medium to high speed for 30 seconds. Incorporate the sugar, lemon peel, baking soda, cream of tartar, and salt.
- Mix all of the ingredients together by beating them and scraping the sides of the bowl regularly. Add the egg and vanilla and mix well. Use the mixer to incorporate as much flour as possible. Add whatever extra flour you have and mix it in.
- Gently press half the dough into the bottom of the prepared baking dish. Put it in the oven and brown it for 12 minutes. Lift cookie from pan with foil and let it cool on a wire rack. Pan chill. Use the leftover dough and start over.
- Put the ice cream in a large bowl and whisk it around until it becomes smooth and creamy. Put in some lemon curd and stir it around slightly. Remove the wrapping off the squares of cookie. The 9x9x2 inch pan should have plastic wrap lining it. Put a single square of cooked cookie in the pan.
- Apply a layer of the ice cream spread. Cover with the last cookie square. For best results, cover and freeze for at least 4 hours. Square it up. Those who so want may roll their sides in crushed sweets. Pack everything up, then put it in the freezer.
A Lemon Curd with Crust
- Peel two lemons and finely grate them. Juice the lemons. Combine sugar and cornflour in a small pot, then add lemon peel and juice and stir to combine. Maintain constant stirring over medium heat until the mixture has thickened and begun to bubble.
- Beat the egg yolks with half of the mixture. Transfer the contents back into the pot. Bring to a simmer and stir occasionally until a gentle bubble forms. Add another two minutes of cooking time, stirring constantly. Take it off the heat.
- Put the mixture through a strainer into a cup or basin. The butter should be added in small increments and stirred in between each addition to ensure even melting. In order to cool the surface for at least 45 minutes, plastic wrap it.
PRI PB&J Ice Cream Sandwiches: A Rating System
Something about this makes you feel like your favourite lunchtime sandwich has reached a whole new level of decadence. These peanut butter and jelly ice cream sandwiches appear like they took you forever to make, but the truth is that the grocer did most of the work for you. Cut a log of peanut butter cookie dough into squares, bake them, and serve them with a small scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and a dollop of fruit preserves on top.
- Roll of peanut butter cookie dough, 18 ounces
- One-fourth cup of all-purpose flour
- 6 tablespoons of jam (strawberry, cherry, etc.)
- Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, One Pint
- Set oven temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Make cookie dough by kneading with flour. Roll out dough into a 13-1/2-by-9-inch rectangle on a lightly floured board. Reduce to squares no bigger than 1 1/2 inches.
- Place on baking pans that have not been greased. Keep in the oven for 8-10 minutes, or until the edges are set and the tops are golden.
- Put cookies on trays to cool for a minute. Take out and let cool fully on a wire rack.
- Spread 1 teaspoon of preserves or jam on the flat side of 1 cookie. Spread some jam onto a plate, then top with a tiny scoop of ice cream (approximately 1-1/2 teaspoons).
- Place another biscuit on top with the flat side down and gently push down. You may do this again with the leftover cookies, jam, and ice cream (there will be extra cookies).
- To freeze anything for up to 48 hours, wrap it up and put it in plastic. You can make 16 sandwiches and have some extra cookies left over.