Coffee Ice Cream Cookie Cups Recipe
- 1 tube (16-1/2 ounces) refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough
- 2 cups coffee ice cream
- Whipped cream and chocolate syrup
- 1/3 cup English toffee bits or almond brickle chips
- 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Let dough stand at room temperature 5-10 minutes to soften. Cut into 12 slices; press onto bottoms and up the sides of greased muffin cups.
- 2. Bake 12-14 minutes or until golden brown. Cool slightly on a wire rack. Spoon ice cream into each cup. Cover and freeze 1-2 hours or until firm.
- 3. Remove cups from pan. Garnish with whipped cream and chocolate syrup. Sprinkle with toffee bits. Yield: 12 servings.
1 each: 255 calories, 13g fat (5g saturated fat), 20mg cholesterol, 131mg sodium, 33g carbohydrate (24g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein.
Reviews for Coffee Ice Cream Cookie Cups
"very good and easy to make in the summer. refreshing"
"Great recipe. There so many things you can do with this. Thanks for sharing."
"I am so excited to try this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing! Will be making this for the kids this weekend."
"I can't believe all the uproar over someone possibly "stealing" a recipe; moreover an eleven year old. Food brings families together and great times...recipe's are made for sharing. Get over it! It's a great recipe regardless of where it came from and it has made people happy. Congrats on winning!"
"Loved the idea, instead of cookie dough, I had a recipe to make cookies out of a brownie mix which I altered a bit so I was able to roll the dough out and put in the muffin cups. I then used just plain vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce on and I also used frozen strawbery yogurt. My kids loved them. I'm even thinking of trying them in my mini muffin pan and have a variety of ice creams in. I'll still try it with the chocolate chip cookie dough too!"
"OMG... what a great dessert...my family loved it!!!"
"this is awesome... I love it!!"
"This is incredible! What a great idea and delicious too. Thank you for sharing, Marcus."
"I can't believe that you're only 11 and you came up with this great recipe! That is AWESOME! And it tastes super yummy! I love, love, love my coffee and this is a nice coffee treat for the summer time. Everyone in our family LOVED it! Even my three year old who keeps asking for "Coffee Cookies" now! =0) Keep up the great work!"
"Kind of sad when someone rips into an 11 year old kid to justify thievery.I don't know if anyone stole anyone else's recipe, but it's sick to think someone ought to be happy and thankful to be victimized. To the person who made that post, let me ask you this: If someone walked into your home and stole all your furniture, would YOU think it was a great thing and a "compliment"?Lots of cooking blogs are having their content stolen too. Shame.Anyway, this is a great recipe and one we'll go back to often."
"People say the winner of the pillsbury contest, Sue, stole your recipe and won $1 million dollars, but no. Maybe it was the same idea, but she wasn't looking online for a recipe, she was going to the store, trying all she could to find a recipe! I am sorry if you think she stole your recipe. But, I am going to try out BOTH recipies and tell you if they taste the same, diffrences and more. But, you should be proud you made a winning recipe, and the winner used the same recipe! Great job! I rated this 1 star because I have not tried them yet, and people say she stole "your" recipe. Just wanted you to know."
"Delicious! Had some trouble getting the cookie cups to look just right, but it tasted great! I used Phish food ice cream instead. Yum!"
"This looks wonderful!! My daughter who is 12 does not really go for cake for her birthday! She loves those iced coffee's so this would be a nice surprise for her! Thank you for the idea!! Chuzi"
"Thank you so much for this great recipe! That is awesome that you are already such a good baker at such a young age!Great job!"
"Wow! That is so neat that you invented this when you are only 11! I'm 11 too!:)I have to try this sometimes soon! :)3sistersbakingAnna:)"