Are your kids heading back to school soon? Make the last few days before school starts something special by putting together sandwiches with them. Not just any sandwiches, ice cream sandwiches. You can craft your own simply by following the directions for easy ice cream sandwiches that use store-bought cookies and ice cream. If you want to make everything from scratch, try the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Or, make your own cookies and then use specialty ice cream to finish off recipes for monster cookie ice cream sandwiches, chocolate mint-ice cream sandwiches, or coconut and almond ice cream sandwiches. Your kids will want these sandwiches for every meal!
You don't need to make cookies or ice cream from scratch to make these easy ice cream sandwiches from Kraft. Buy chocolate chip cookies and place ice cream between two – your choice (or really, kids choice!). Roll the ice cream in chopped peanuts or sprinkles.
Channel all the flavors of monster cookies in an ice cream sandwich with this recipe from Betty Crocker. Bake up large oatmeal cookies – don't forget the raisins. Mix peanut butter, candy-coated milk chocolate candies and semi-sweet chocolate chips into softened vanilla ice cream to place between your oatmeal cookies. Chewy, gooey, good.
Go square with these salted brownie sundae bites from Rachael Ray. Start by making dense brownies and then freeze before cutting in half. Next, spread softened coffee ice cream between the layers and then cut into bite-sized treats.
These chocolate-mint ice cream sandwiches from Country Living look almost like the kind you'd buy in a grocery store. This recipe calls for a homemade deep, dark chocolate wafer cookie to hug light, minty ice cream. Dessert perfection!
Refashion a kid favorite into an icy dessert. These peanut butter and jelly ice cream sandwiches from Epicurious combine peanut butter cookies and peanut butter ice cream but adds a jelly layer in between. If only all sandwiches were this tasty.
Plain chocolate cookies meet coconut ice cream. Oh, and take a dip in chopped, candied almonds for a crunchy outside. That's the idea behind these coconut and almond ice cream sandwiches from Martha Stewart.