It's National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

By: Victoria Phillips
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Food stylist: Stephana Bottom

Photo by: Jonathan Kantor

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Celebrate this cool holiday with an inventive ice cream sandwich from Food Network Magazine. Whether you like it slightly salty, super sweet or a mix of both, you're sure to find a version that will satisfy your taste buds. Choose from salted caramels with dulce de leche and vanilla ice cream or put a sweet spin on your morning coffee and a doughnut. You can even embrace your inner-child with a PB&J made of graham crackers, peanut butter, raspberry jam, and a dollop of black raspberry ice cream.

Find more inspiration and recipes here: Super Cool Ice Cream Sandwiches

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