Find the secret to creating an assortment of ice cream sandwiches! Begin with a basic brownie recipe, add one of the spectacular flavor combinations, and you’ll quickly have a variety of showstopping desserts. Store them in the freezer as a special surprise on the next hot day.
These fast-to-fix brownies offer just the right chocolaty complement to the tasty sandwich variations our Test Kitchen created. Lucie Fitzgerald of Spring Hill, Florida shared the quick, delectable Brownie for Ice Cream Sandwiches recipe.
Ice Cream Sandwich Combinations
Candy bar ice cream, chocolate topping and brownie create an out-of-this-world dessert in minutes! With such decadent ingredients, who wouldn’t love these Candy Bar Ice Cream Sandwiches?
Enjoy a banana split without the spoon! Our Test Kitchen captures the flavors of this popular ice cream sundae, serving it up sandwich style in these Banana Split Ice Cream Sandwiches.
Orange adds a surprisingly fresh and fruity flavor to these elegant sorbet Raspberry-Orange Ice Cream Sandwiches with white chocolate curls.
This cool treat delivers the same classic taste as a toasty s’more, but you don’t need a bonfire or roasting stick to enjoy S’more Ice Cream Sandwiches!
Coffee lends grown-up appeal to this sweet combo of caramel, chocolate and ice cream. Caramel-Coffee Ice Cream Sandwiches will leave your taste buds wide awake and wanting more!
Chocolate and peanut butter…need we say more? These delectable Double Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches are dipped in a creamy candy coating for extra deliciousness. Get ready to hear kids of all ages say, “Yum!”
Ice Cream Sandwich Tips
Create these sandwiches in a snap with our easy tips!
Cut brownie sheet in half widthwise.
Cut open the quart-sized carton of softened ice cream. Cut the ice cream into four slices to make it easier to spread.
Using a spatula, spread the ice cream slices onto the brownie sheet.
To create dipped ice cream sandwiches, cut the large brownie sandwich into smaller pieces. Dip one end of the sandwich into white candy coating, letting the excess drip off.
Place dipped brownie sandwiches on a waxed paper-lined baking sheet; let stand until set. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze until serving.
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