Ice cream sandwiches are basically the best part of summer, so if you haven’t been enjoying them for the past couple of months– shame on you! It’s never too late to enjoy one of these too-good-to-let-it-melt treats, and here are 10 recipes to get you started. Better get to it before the warmer days have passed.
From using donuts as the “bread” of the sandwich to inventive ice cream flavors like chai ginger, these recipes have a little something to suit everyone’s sweet tooth. Are you gluten-free or vegan, maybe? Not to worry! There’s something in this mix for you, too!
So, make yourself up a batch of one (or all!) of these sandwiches for a tasty frozen treat before the summer is over.
This recipe for gluten-free ice cream sandwiches are three times the goodness with three flavors of ice cream or frozen yogurt in the middle.
Using egg-less cookie dough to hold the ice cream in place, this is just the best of both worlds. And the best part is, you can make a big batch and then store in the freezer to enjoy these while summer lasts.
Don’t want to take the time to hand make your ice cream sandwiches? That’s ok— just buy a box of donuts and a carton of ice cream, and you’re on your way to having the best dessert of your life!
Mini pies can transform an ice cream sandwich from ordinary (but still really good) to extraordinary (and really, really good). Follow this recipe for homemade mini pies that get transformed into mini ice cream sandwiches.
These vegan and gluten free sandwiches sound like the perfect amount of sugar and spice, if you ask me!
Churros and ice cream is a match made in heaven.
Take your love of this holiday to the next level by turning your ice cream sandwiches into a cake. That sounds like a great idea!
Ice cream sandwiched between warm waffles? It doesn’t get better than that. It just doesn’t.
Combine the best elements of summer (campfires and ice cream) into one with this epic dessert!
Using frozen bananas as a base, mix yourself up some dairy-free goodness with this vegan recipe for ice cream sandwiches.