The cookie ice cream sandwiches are crisp and fresh on the outside but brownie-like soft in the middle. The cookies are sandwich-like with no-churn cookies and cream. Its ice cream is made of malted milk. When done right and assembled, you get a creamy, chocolaty sandwich, whirled with vanilla goodness, tipped-off with hot caramel flavor, and encrusted with chocolate treats. They are as fulfilling and satisfying as quick summer snacks. These ice cream sandwich malt biscuits are liked by masses across the world.
These are perfect for making as stocked desserts during the most blazing summer days. So simple, yet so flavorful. Each bite is so scrumptious.
The cookie outside is light and soft, while the vanilla cream inside is heavy and fulfilling. It is twirl with malted milk powder (has a caramel-like nutty flavor) and distended between semi-crunchy chocolate biscuits.
Easy ice cream sandwich recipe
This Easy ice cream sandwich recipe is made super special with two unusual ingredients: chocolate wafer cookies and malted milk powder. Oreo cookies can also work as well if you like those. It’s fine and delicious. The milk powder is definitely not an absolute necessity; however, it induces a flavor that keeps everybody yearns for more.
For the cookies to use in the ice cream, the recipe uses classic chocolate wafer biscuits. But obviously, crushed Oreos can be utilized as well. Both taste equally great.
The cookies need to be soft, not crunchy, so they can be easily chewed in when you chomp into them and the ice cream. Otherwise, ice cream will squirt out when you bite through a hard cookie. Crispy cookies stand no place in the ice cream sandwich kin.
The Ice cream sandwich cookie recipe calls for two main steps:
1. Make the non-churn ice cream
Whip together the malted milk with ordinary cream until getting whipped cream. To sweeten, add condensed milk and a lot of vanilla for a strong vanilla flavor. Also, add chocolate cookies at that point. And this is done.
Put it to freeze in a baking dish until it turns solid. The use of a rectangular, nine by the thirteen-inch baking tray is recommended.
2. Make the cookies
Now, while your ice cream is put to freeze, let’s bake those cookies. They are just simple. Whip some butter, add cocoa powder. Knead and roll as you do for typical sugar cookies.
Cut and make small rectangular pieces out of the dough and bake them.
When the cookies get cooled, and the ice cream is rightly frozen, cut twelve small rectangular pieces out of it similar to the size of cookies so that they get sandwiched adequately in the middle of every chocolate cookie.
Freeze the sandwiches again, just enough to freeze the ice cream back up once more. That is it… simple and basic!
Now, these will need a little more time to get ready, however, simply because of the freezing. The flavor is delicious… chocolaty, vanilla, and hinted with nutty caramel and sweetness of the cream.
- Planning/preparation time: 20 minutes
- Cooking/baking time: 15 minutes
- Aggregate time: 30 to 40 minutes + freezing time
- Course: Dessert
- Cuisine: American
- Servings: 12 cookies
- Total calories: 204 kilocalories
For the ice cream:
- Two ½ cups of heavy whipping cream
- Three-quarter cups of condensed milk (sweet)
- One tablespoon of vanilla extract
- Half cup of malted milk powder
- One and a half cup ground Oreos or chocolate wafer cookies
- Half teaspoon salt
- One and a half cup confectioner’s sugar
- Sixteen tablespoons (two sticks) salted butter, kept at room temperature
- Two large eggs kept at room temperature
- Two teaspoons of real vanilla extract
- Two ½ cups of all-purpose flour
- Half teaspoon of baking soda
- Half teaspoon salt
- Half cup cocoa powder, unsweetened
Method and Directions:
- Take a 9×13 inch sized baking dish and line it with parchment paper.
- Whip together malted milk and whipped cream with the help of an electric mixer. Whip for four to five minutes until soft peaks are formed. Add vanilla extract, salt, condensed milk, and whip well combined and soft and fluffy. Add in the ground cookie crumbs.
- Evenly spread the ice cream in the already prepared pan and put to freeze for two, three hours until well firmed.
- Make cookies while it freezes—Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a mixing bowl, add and whisk vanilla, butter, and sugar until they turn fluffy and light for about three to five minutes. Add the egg as well as blend until mixed thoroughly. Now add cocoa powder, flour, salt, and baking powder. Mix well until Beat until the batter forms a ball. In case the dough is too wet in order to handle, add some more flour according to requirement.
- Make two halves of the dough and flatten each with a rolling pin. Spread out the dough on a /4 inched thick floured piece of paper. Cut twenty-four rectangles out of it (4×2 inch). Put them on a baking sheet carefully lined alongside parchment. Roll out the remaining dough and repeat the process until all dough is used.
- Let the cookies bake for nine, ten minutes. Then put to cool on baking sheet for five minutes and then on cooling wire rack until completely cooled.
- Now take out the frozen ice cream tray. Carefully take out the ice cream with the help of parchment paperwork quickly before it melts and twelve rectangles out of it. Put each ice cream rectangle between two cookies and gently press. Your cookies ice cream sandwich is ready.
- Freeze them again for two hours until set and firm. They can be frozen for up to three months. Let them melt at room temperature for five minutes before serving.
Tips for Making Ice Cream Sandwich Malt Biscuits:
- Bring your butter to room temperature. Take it out of the freezer one hour before preparation. This will give you the right temperature for blending. The butter must be soft to touch yet not too runny.
- Cooldown the cookie dough for at least one hour before baking. Otherwise, the cookies will spread too much
- To ensure that all the butter gets finely creamed with other mixing ingredients, scrape the bowl often and use a stand mixer.
- It is better to use a scoop for making cookies from the dough so that they all are of a similar shape and size and neat looking sandwiches are formed.
- Leave space between cookies to spread, particularly when you are not using cornstarch. Place them at least two inches apart.
- When baked, remove immediately from the hot baking tray and put on a flat surface like aluminum foil or parchment paper instead of a wire rack as they will fall right through it.
- Calories: 204 kilocalories
- Fat: 10 grams
- Cholesterol: 25 milligrams
- Saturated Fat: 6 grams
- Protein: 2 grams
- Carbohydrates: 26 grams
- Potassium: 96 milligrams
- Fiber: 1 gram
- Sodium: 95 milligrams
- Vitamin C: 1 milligram
- Sugar: 16 grams
- Iron: 1 milligram
- Vitamin A: 189IU
- Calcium: 24 grams