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Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches

Pumpkin Ice Cream SandwichSnickerdoodle Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwiches might be too long of a title, but I wanted to capture its every essence.  🙂  Earlier this week when I posted the recipe for the Pumpkin Ice Cream, I promised to share how I used it with another favorite treat.  Here it is!  This was in my mind all along when I decided to make pumpkin ice cream.  The combination of this and the Snickerdoodles just made sense!

Pumpkin Ice Cream SandwichTo make these, you could just sandwich some ice cream between two cookies with an ice cream scoop, but I have found a much nicer approach.  Below is a photo tutorial of how you can make a cleaner sandwich using a round cookie cutter.  For the sake of the tutorial, I used homemade vanilla ice cream because I didn’t think to take photos when I made the pumpkin ones.  So, please, don’t be confused! 😉

*This tutorial is for using homemade ice cream.

Ice Cream SandwichLine a deep dish with plastic wrap.

Ice Cream SandwichAfter making the ice cream in your ice cream maker, immediately pour it into the lined dish and spread evenly with a spatula.

Ice Cream SandwichCover with another sheet of plastic wrap and freeze overnight.

Ice Cream SandwichThe next day, observe your collection of cookie cutters.

Ice Cream SandwichNow go back to kindergarten and choose the shape of cookie cutter that most closely fits the size of your cookies.

Ice Cream SandwichMatch up two cookies based on size.

Ice Cream SandwichCut round ice cream patties out of the pan by pushing the cookie cutter into the ice cream to create the circle impression.

Ice Cream SandwichRun a knife around the impression to thoroughly cut the circle shape.

Ice Cream SandwichLift the plastic wrap and slide your hand underneath to push out the ice cream circle.

Ice Cream SandwichGrab the ice cream patty.

Ice Cream SandwichAdmire it for a second, but no longer as it will melt in your hand.

Ice Cream SandwichSandwich between two cookies. Repeat with additional ice cream and cookies.  Wrap individually in plastic wrap and store in freezer until ready to consume!


27 Responses

  1. Great tip! I would have never though to do it that way!

  2. Oh my goodness…I am imagining the flavors right now and salivating! These look incredible!

  3. Popped in to say hi! Between this and your pumpkin pancakes, I don’t know what to try first!

  4. These look like my dream dessert. What a great idea!

  5. These look incredible. I want one for a snack right now, please!

  6. These look glorious! I will be revisiting this recipe!

  7. I love your idea. I make pumpkin snickerdoodles. Can you imagine pumpkin snickerdoodles with pumpkin ice-cream…heaven!

  8. You’ve taken my latest ice-cream obsession and surrounded it with one of my favorite cookies. You, my dear, are a genius.

  9. What gorgeous photos!

  10. Hilariously, I’ve always wondered how pictures of ice cream sandwiches came with such neat edges. Thanks for the tutorial! I LOVE snickerdoodles and your ice cream sandwiches look divine!

  11. Seriously look at how delicious these are! Yum!

  12. these look so yummy!!

  13. What a great combination! Perfect for this time of year.

  14. Such a great combination. And a good tip too! I made ice cream sandwiches once but tried to spread the softened ice cream onto the cookie. Let’s just say that next time, I’ll be using your method!

  15. Those look so awesome, great combo!

  16. OK, I love snickerdoodles. And with pumpkin ice cream? Match made in heaven!

  17. Oh my goodness these look so good! I need to get some round cookie/biscuit cutters so I can make ice cream sandwiches soon! 🙂

  18. I love the fillings! I should try this and add some chocolate syrup on it. Thanks for sharing.

  19. This is so mouth watering! I should really try this one for our girls night party this weekend. Thanks a lot on sharing this indulging recipe of yours.

  20. I love, love, love this method. Thank you so much for sharing!! I will be trying this tonight

  21. hi there! lovely photos and these look amazing! wanted to let you know we featured one of the photos as today’s “Favorite Food Photo” on the FoodPress.com homepage. a fun thanksgiving dessert twist! 🙂 Thanks! Jane

  22. The snickerdoodle Pumpkin Ice Cream photo grabbed my attention immediately! I love pumpkin anything so I will definitely need to try this recipe.

    PS. The pictures for each step are so helpful! I’m one of those people who need photos to look at when baking or cooking 🙂

  23. When I saw your recipe it reminded me of my childhood, when the ice cream man pushes his trolley on our village and sell treats like this one (Bun filled with ice cream), but this one takes it more notches higher as you are using that special Snickerdoodle Buns


  24. ohhhhh I always wondered how people get the ice cream so neat! I was actually wondering that when I clicked on your photo… Thanks for the tutorial!

  25. OMG…those look YUMMY!! I need to stop procrastinating and get an ice cream maker! Thanks for sharing!

  26. Oh MY goodness. Just so you know you really aren’t helping my goal of staying fit n’ trim. I had never thought of using snickerdoodles for ice cream sandwiches. With pumpkin ice cream? YUM.

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