Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

There’s nothing better than cold creamy ice cream on a hot day…..or any day for that matter. These ice cream sandwiches combine baked chocolate chip cookies and vanilla ice cream to make one satisfying dessert. To make it even easier, I used premade cookie dough for the cookies and my favorite brand of vanilla ice cream. You can use your favorite chocolate chip recipe if you’d like.

These are great to keep on hand for the kiddos when they want a little treat, or keep some for yourself for an indulgent snack.

Here’s what you need:

*premade chocolate chip cookie dough or you’re favorite homemade recipe

*vanilla ice cream

Bake the cookies according to the package directions. Do not over bake. It’s ideal to keep the cookies a little on the soft side since they will be eaten while frozen.

Place on a cooling rack to cool completely.

This step is important because warm cookies will cause the ice cream to melt too fast when trying to assemble.

After the cookies have cooled, scoop out about 1/3 cup of ice cream and place on the flat side of one cookie.

Top with another cookie ( the flat side on to ice cream)and gently press down.

Wrap the ice cream sandwiches with plastic wrap and place in a zip top bag.

Freeze for at least an hour. Let set out at room temperature before serving to soften some.

These can be stored up to about a month.

Enjoy!

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Look Ma I Baked

Does it count if it’s from a box mix?

In my world yes. I’m sure there are lots of you out there that enjoy a good box mix am I right? Hubby wanted homemade cookies so I baked….well Betty Crocker did the set up I did the work. Not that it was hard work mind you.

These cookie cups turned out tasty I must say.

I won’t show it, but right out of this camera shot, there are sprinkles everywhere….. there was an incident. That’s all I’m saying.

*Note*

I am in no way affiliated with Betty Crocker. Bad things sometimes happen when I bake so I sometimes take the easy route when it comes to baking….and…not to mention hubby snuck it in the cart while grocery shopping.