Step up your dessert game with these waffle ice cream sandwiches. Drizzle with homemade chocolate magic shell for an amazing frozen treat!
I’m of the strong opinion that ice cream sandwiches are like the quesadilla of the frozen dessert world.
Sure, they require more effort than simply popping open a pint and going to town, but I pinky promise, you’ll be happy you went the extra mile!
If you make these waffle ice cream sandwiches as specified in this post, they are a low-carb, sugar-free dessert!
While the cookie approach is always acceptable for your sandwich fixings, I do love the waffle methodology – the waffles hold ice cream like champs! Plus, they’re fun to top with drizzles of goodness, like that chocolate magic shell. Side note: If you’re super into caramel, try whipping up a batch of my Paleo Salted Caramel to drizzle on top as well!
Because like you, I have a limited time bank, I made this recipe in parts, which made it very manageable! I prepared the waffles first and kept them in a zip lock bag in the refrigerator until I was ready to make the sammies. I then whipped up the magic shell (which took roughly 30 seconds) while the ice cream was thawing. I scooped, I sandwiches, I drizzled, I conquered.
For breakfast, for lunch, for…you get the point.
- Prepare the grain-free waffles and allow them to cool to room temperature. Prepare the paleo magic shell.
- Allow the ice cream to thaw so that it is easily spreadable, but still somewhat solid. Spread desired amount of ice cream on half of the waffles, then top with the remaining half of the waffles. Drizzle sandwiches with paleo magic shell and allow them to sit a couple minutes to allow the shell to harden.
- Individually wrap the ice cream sandwiches in plastic wrap, then place them in a zip lock bag to store them (or consume them immediately).
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1 g
Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g
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