The Freshman Cook: Rice Krispie Ice Cream Sandwiches!

I want it to be fall so bad! It is my favorite season, after all. But, it is still so darn hot. I am just tired of the heat! Anyway, since I can’t change the weather, I might as well eat ice cream. These Rice Krispie Ice Cream Sandwiches are super simple, and yet, so refreshing and good. Basically, you make rice krispie treats, cut out circles for the sandwiches, make sandwiches with ice cream, add sprinkles, freeze, and eat!

Rice Krispie Ice Cream Sandwiches
Treats recipe taken from the rice krispie treats web site

3 tablespoons Butter

4 cups Mini Marshmallows

6 cups Rice Krispies

Mini Chocolate Chips

Ice Cream

Chocolate Sprinkles

On low heat, melt your butter in a large pot.

Spray your pan that you want to put the treats in

 and a spatula with pan spray. Spraying the spatula

helps the rice krispies not stick. 

Add your marshmallows,

and stir until completely melted. 

Remove the pan from the heat.

Add the rice krispies and the chocolate chips and stir all together.

Place in your pan, and then go around the entire top

of the treats and press with a spatula. We are just trying to 

make sure the treats are compressed together and 

don’t leave any open spaces. 

Remove the treats from your pan. I used a 2 1/4″ cutter,

and cut circles out of the treats. 

Split each circle with a knife.

Using a scoop, place a scoop of ice cream on each side.

I used a 1″ diameter scoop. 

Place the two sides together, and then sprinkle the 

sprinkles on top of the ice cream until it sticks. I

tried rolling the sandwich in the sprinkles, but it 

didn’t work as well as just dropping the sprinkles 

over the ice cream.

Wrap the ice cream sandwich in plastic and then freeze!

Cool and refreshing on a hot day!

Enjoy! Thanks for joining me today at The Freshman Cook where you can

learn to cook and learn to bake!

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