Ashley Brooke Designs - Thin Mint Cookie Sandwhiches

 

Girl Scout Cookies + Ice Cream + Sprinkles

A few weeks ago a whole troop of Girl Scouts came to our front door and they were so cute that I ended up buying ALL the cookies. I couldn’t help it! I love Girl Scout cookies so much, but I try reallllly hard not to keep sweets in the house because I love to have them when I am out and it feels “special” also, because I will EAT ALL OF THE SUGAR, so as you can imagine these Girl Scout cookies were a problem that I needed to solve! 

I had a handful of boxes, so I kept one for us to nibble on, gave two boxes away, and made ice cream sandwiches with the last box to take to a party, and let me tell you, they were a HIT! This is the easiest recipe ever, the only thing that you could possibly mess up is the ice cream not being cold enough, other than that… this is fool proof friends! Also, who doesn’t love a dessert that takes ZERO effort and looks totally pinnable?!

Okay, so are you ready for the easiest recipe of all time? Okay, great… here we go!

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Step 1. Gather all of the ingredients: Cookies, Vanilla Ice Cream, and Sprinkles

 

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Step 2. Let ice cream soften just a bit and scoop out ice cream with a mellon baller and place on top of cookies, then pop them in the freezer to set for a few minutes!

 

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Step 3. Pull the cookies out of the freezer and place the top cookie on and squish down to make the sandwich! 

 

 

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Step 4. Once Squished, roll the sides in the sprinkles and then pop them back in the freezer to set!

 

 

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Step 5. Enjoy! 

 

 

 

 

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