Ice Cream
Sandwiches
  • Description:

    It’s amazing how easily some biscuits and a tub of ice cream can be transformed into both an extraordinary Christmas dessert and a great way of spending time with the kids. Fun and colourful, these ice cream sandwiches can be made using any or all of your favourite biscuits. Just hand everyone a spoon and let them build their own yummy towers, then finish the creations off with a swirl of decadent chocolate sauce. Serves: 12.

  • Ingredients:

    A box of your favourite biscuits
    200 g peanut brittle

    110 g (2 x 55 g) Snickers bar
    2 L vanilla ice-cream

    150 g dark chocolate slab
    1 cup fresh cream

  • Method:

    1. Remove ice cream from freezer and allow to defrost slightly.
    2. Place peanut brittle in a plastic bag and use a rolling pin to crush it into smaller pieces.
    3. Using a sharp knife, cut the Snickers bar into smaller pieces.
    4. Mix above into the ice cream and refreeze.
    5. Use any cookies and build ice-cream sandwiches.
    6. Serve immediately.

    Sauce:

    1. Melt chocolate slab and fresh cream over a pot of boiling water.
    2. Reduce until sauce has medium consistency.
    3. Serve over ice-cream sandwiches.

    Tips and variations:  

    1. For the sauce, fresh cream can be replaced by ¼ cup of Old Brown Sherry or chocolate flavoured liqueur.
    2. You can add chopped cherries, marshmallows or any other chocolate to your ice-cream mixture.
    3. Use BarOne instead of chocolate slab.