How to Make Mix and Match Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

Variety is the spice of life, so no need to settle for just chocolate chip and vanilla.

Pairing an assortment of cookies with an assortment of ice cream flavors gives you lots of flexibility for dessert. On The Kitchen we paired snickerdoodles with dulce de leche ice cream, and dipped them in melted dark chocolate then toffee bits. Next, we combined sugar cookies with strawberry ice cream, dipped in milk chocolate and rainbow sprinkles. Lastly, we used oatmeal cookies with chocolate ice cream, dipped them in milk chocolate and granola, and then topped some off with maraschino cherries. These are just a few ideas to get you started. Feel free to mix and match and get creative.

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