Ice Cream Sandwich

The most familiar ice cream sandwich, sold from the cooler of every convenience store, is a rectangular bar of two soft cookies sandwiching about 3/4-inch of vanilla ice cream. Creative confectioners have run with the idea in many directions, most notably, height. Today’s artisan ice cream sandwiches can be two inches tall or more, so massive that they’re really more knife-fork-and-spoon affairs than they are finger food. Needless to say, the other areas for clever invention are the cookies, which can be gingersnaps, peanut butter, snickerdoodle, etc., and the ice cream, which can be any flavor under the sun. It is common for modern ice cream sandwiches to be made with circular cookies rather than rectangular ones.

Restaurants With This Dish

Dave’s Gourmet Ice Cream


Mason Social


Frog and The Hen


Skillet filled with potato hash, bacon & eggs ... Blue Ridge Mountain best
Honey and Salt | A Blue Ridge Mountain Best




Pumphouse Creamery



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