When I was a kid, sugar cookies were my FAVE. Whenever we’d go to the grocery store, I’d be sure to convince my mom to stroll through the bakery section, so I could get one of those free mini sugar cookies that they give out to kids to bribe them into good behavior.
So, the fact that today is national sugar cookie day, makes me a very happy camper. It was basically a must to whip up a little somethin’ somethin’. AND because you know I love my ice cream sandwiches, I thought I’d make some sugar cookie ice cream sandwiches to celebrate.
Ready for your sugar rush? Here’s what you’ll need to make your own…
– sugar cookie dough (homemade or store bought)
– colorful sprinkles (mine are from Williams Sonoma)
– ice cream (any flavor, but I have some suggestions below)
Pour sprinkles into shallow bowl. Roll the cookie dough into 1 inch balls, then roll each cookie ball in the sprinkles until its completely covered.
Place on a baking sheet and bake at 350 for 9-12 minutes (or according to packaging). Let the cookies cool, then remove from baking sheet.
Flip one cookie over, so the bottom is facing up and scoop one large scoop of ice cream on top. Place another sugar cookie on top and it’s ready to eat. Yum! So good.
Ice Cream Suggestions: If you’re not sure what kind of ice cream to use for this sugary dessert, I have a few suggestions for you. And they’re all homemade too. Here are some recipes that would be a good match for these sugar cookie sandwiches…
– salted caramel ice cream (yum, yum, yum!)
– if you’re feeling crazy… cotton candy ice cream
Photography and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff
Are you a sugar cookie fan? Think you’ll give this quick desert idea a try?
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Hi they look amazing, would love to make them for my grandchildren but I live in the UK and have never heard of sugar cookies so how do I make the dough?Pene
Is it bad that I immediately thought of making these for a child’s birthday party, and then decided I wanted these at my own too? These look seriously wonderful.Bookworm Inkorporated
These looks so cute and artistic, and yummy of course 🙂Anrola
Awesome Lizzy! Let me know how they turn out.Brittni
YUM! These look absolutely delicious! I will be making these for sure! 🙂Lizzy Hill
Haha. Thanks Courtney-Lynn.Brittni
yum! These cookies look amazing, I just want to eat them all. What a cute idea. Love it!Courtney-Lynn
Totally perfect for parties, Monique. Good thinking.Brittni
This looks absolutely delicious, and fun at the same time! Perfect Party Cookie!Monique | WritingMonique
Thanks Rizza. If sugar cookies are your favorite, you are going to LOVE these!Brittni
These look so pretty! And I’m sure taste just as amazing. Sugar cookies are my favourite too and I’ve been trying to decide on a creative ice cream sandwich to try!Rizza Yvette
I like where you’re going with this, Flick! Sugar on sugar on sugar.Brittni
I love this! Would definitely pair it with cotton candy ice cream, maybe throw in some real candy floss too. Heck let’s go overboard and serve it with chocolate sauce.Flick @theycalleditthediamondblog
Right, Michele!?! Any excuse to eat cookies is okay with me.Brittni
I never knew there was a national sugar cookie day. I am happy to hear that because now i can have an excuse to eat cookies. I will give this recipe a try. Looks delicious. 🙂
Aw, thanks! Yep, there really is a day for everything. It’s pretty crazy.Brittni
Woah, there really is a “day” for everything in America! I love sugar cookies myself, and yours look incredible and very pretty! Thank you for the recipe, I will give it a shot on a free day 😀
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