It’s crazy to believe how fast time is flying. Our teenager recently turned 15. OMG. I have alot of emotions that have been going through my mind. Excitement for her as she’s growing up. I feel sad because she is no longer my little girl, but becoming a beautiful young lady. It makes me feel a bit anxious, because I still have so much to teach her before she leaves for college.
Let me move on before I start crying. Last Friday, she had a few friends over for a super cool fun night (I will share more about this later). She wanted an easy dessert that her and her friends could enjoy.
I asked her, how about Cookies and Ice cream? But instead of cookies and ice cream what if we make Ice cream sandwiches. She said sure that sounds yummy.
I wasn’t sure if I would be able to make it happen, because one I am not a baker. I hate baking from scratch. I was on the hunt for the perfect cookie and the right size.
I found these Pepperidge Farm Cookies. The cookies were available in Charleston Birthday cake which is a new flavor and Montauk Milk Chocolate.
I ordered this cool old school tool that was perfect to form the ice cream sandwich middle. Shop here
- Pepperidge Farm Cookies (Birthday Cake – 3 packs) *I recommend buying this many bags because one bag of cookies were completely broken*.
- Pepperidge Farm Cookies (Milk Chocolate – 3 packs)
- Blue Bell Ice Cream ( 2 – 1/2 gallon)
- Fusion Sprinkles – Neon mix
- Fusion Sprinkles – Galaxy mix
- Pre-cut Pop -up foil sheets
- Pour sprinkles of choice in a plate. Set aside.
- Scoop the ice cream out with the Old time tool.
- Place the ice cream on the backside of the cookie.
- Add the top cookie.
- Turn the cookie sandwich in the sprinkles.
- Wrap the sandwiches with the foil paper.
- Place in the freeze or serve immediately. *I made the ice cream sandwiches ahead of time and placed in the freezer until we were ready to serve dessert.*
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