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S’more Ice Cream Sandwiches

This cool ice cream sandwich treat delivers the same classic taste of a toasty s'more, but you don't need a bonfire or roasting stick to enjoy it! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
  • Total Time
    Prep: 35 min. + freezing
  • Makes
    12-15 servings



  • Prepare, bake and cool Brownie for Ice Cream Sandwiches according to recipe directions. Cut brownie in half widthwise.
  • Spread ice cream over one brownie half. Spread marshmallow creme over remaining brownie; place over ice cream, marshmallow side down. Cover and freeze for 2 hours or until firm.
  • Cut into bars, squares or desired shapes. Dip sides of ice cream sandwiches in graham cracker crumbs. Wrap in plastic. Freeze until serving.

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  • Charlene Smith
    May 17, 2010

    Will I make it again? Maybe. This is a very messy to make dessert and does not come out looking like the picture at all. If I make it again (and I will make IC Sammys for sure) I will NOT soften the ice cream. I will make a double batch of brownie in a 13 x 9 pan lined with parchment. Cool and remove from pan - spread with marshmallow before dealing with the ice cream. Reline the pan and bake second batch of brownie. Cool IN THE PAN, NOT soften the ice cream but remove whole from the box (cut the box away from the ice cream) cut it with a sharp knife and place on top of the brownie in the pan, then top with with marshmallow cream top layer, put the whole thing into the freezer to get hard and THEN cut it, wrap and place back into the freezer. It seems like a little more work but (OK maybe a LOT more work) but the end result will be a lot prettier to serve. Why did I say maybe to making it again? It is SOOOOO RICH that my family couldn't eat the little serving that they received. TOO too sweet.

  • richtercory
    May 28, 2009

    This is an awesome dessert! The kids love to make it.