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Double Chocolate Chunk Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe by Hazel Sheehan

Double Chocolate Chunk Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe by Hazel Sheehan

At the heart of this Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe is a recipe for super chocolatey double chocolate chunk cookies; super soft on the inside with a crisp outside they taste great on their own.

Filled them with ice cream and you have yourself the ultimate sunny day treat; ice cream cookie sandwiches which, let’s be honest, are just as great on cold day, or rainy day – because every day should be an ice cream cookie sandwich day!

Sandwich Cookie Recipe

Makes about 24

Ingredients:

110g soft, salted butter
75g good quality dark chocolate (melted)
100g white caster sugar
100g soft brown sugar
1 large eggs
1 tsp vanilla
210g self raising flour
40g good coco powder
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
175g of chocolate chips
Tub mint chocolate chip ice cream

Method:

1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F or Gas mark 4. Line your cookie sheets with some parchment.
2. Beat the sugars, butter and chocolate together.
3. Add the egg and the vanilla and mix until fully incorporated.
4. Dry whisk the flour, coco powder, baking powder and bicarb of soda together and then add to the wet mix. Mix until just together.
5. Add the chocolate chips and mix until combined. This mix is not very sticky, but more of a playdoh consistency, add a tablespoon of flour to the mix, one at a time, if yours is still a bit sticky. Stop once you get to playdoh!
6. Using a tablespoon, scoop out the dough and roll them into balls.  I measure mine to be roughly 20g balls. I fit 6 cookies on my sheets, juts space yours about 5cm apart as they spread.
7. Cook for 10-12 minutes, depending on how crisp you want them to be. Once they come out of the oven leave them on the sheet to cool for at least 15-20 minutes.
8. Once they have cooled, sandwich two cookies with a scoop of ice cream and enjoy! These cookies can be frozen, if you are making the sandwiches ahead of time, but I think they taste better served immediately.

RECIPE FROM HAZEL SHEEHAN
Blood Orange and Thyme Layer Cake Recipe by Hazel Sheehan Bio Hazel is a self confessed eater of cake for breakfast filled with light-hearted whimsy who likes immerse herself in the sweeter side of life. She is a self taught, hobby baker and frosting fanatic with a passion for everyday baking. She likes to create content that does not cost the earth or requires convoluted know-how or equipment. Indulging in a passion to bake, when she should be doing everything else, Hazel is always dreaming in sugar or of her next cake, bake or make.

Visit Hazel’s blog: www.procrastibake.ie

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