Ice Cream Sundays: Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches


Delightfully Little Ice Cream Sammies

Unbelievably yummy and super cute – these ice cream treats might just be the family favorite of the summer.

Use any combination of small cookies and ice cream for this easy recipe. Trader Joe’s Cookie Thins are the perfect size and texture. Roll in sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or chopped nuts for some added crunch.

Some fun flavor combos

  1. ginger cookies + strawberry ice cream
  2. almond cookies + chocolate chip ice cream
  3. vanilla cookies + black raspberry ice cream
  4. lemon cookies + peach frozen yogurt
  5. chocolate cookies + salted caramel gelato

Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches

Makes 12

24 Trader Joe’s Toasted Coconut Cookie Thins

3/4 cup Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia ice cream, softened

Colored sprinkles

Place 12 cookies (flat side up) on a flat surface. Top each cookie with 1 tablespoon of ice cream, top with another cookie and press gently until ice cream reaches edges of the sandwich. Roll in sprinkles and place in a freezer safe container for at least 1 hour to harden.

Nutrition Info Per Piece: Calories: 65;  Total Fat: 3 grams; Saturated Fat: 2 grams; Carbohydrate: 9 grams; Protein: 1 gram

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