Creative Ice Cream Sandwiches: A Summer Treat Gets Re-invented in 5 Ways!

Did you ever think that an ice cream sandwich could be made with anything else besides the usual graham crackers and vanilla ice cream? Think again! You’re in for a big treat today because we are crazy about ice cream sandwiches. However, we are not featuring ordinary ones. We are talking about 5 creatively cool recipes that use anything but cookies.

5 Re-invented Ice Cream Sandwiches for Summer!

These 5 re-invented ice cream sandwiches use doughnuts, macarons, waffles, churros, and Rice Krispies. You can either make these from scratch at home, or purchase them ready-made at your grocery or local bakery! Yes! You heard that right. You don’t have to do much to make these insanely creative ice cream sandwiches. Just perfect for an ice cream party with an unexpected twist!

These 5 re-invented ice cream sandwiches use doughnuts, macarons, waffles, churros, and Rice Krispies // featured on the Party Suite at Bellenza.

1 – Donut Ice Cream Sandwich, via This recipe uses one package of the Pillsbury™ refrigerated Crescent Dough Sheet.

2 – Ice Cream Wafflewiches found on Betty Crocker. This recipe uses Betty Crocker’s Bisquick™ mix to make waffles that are dipped in melted chocolate and decorated with sprinkles. Hint: If you prefer a quicker option, you can also use ready-made waffles that only require a toaster!

3 – Rice Krispies Ice Cream Sandwiches with M&M’S ® from Kellogg’s. This super easy recipe makes use of ready-made ingredients like Rice Krispies Treats ® Original bars, M&M’S ® Chocolate Candies, and JET-PUFFED ® Miniature Marshmallows.

4 – Churro Ice Cream Sandwich via Latin Times that is based on the recipe by Chef James Tahhan. Hint: If you ever visit LA, the Churro Borough is famous for their churro ice cream sandwiches!

5 – Matcha-Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich from Food and Wine. For all of you who are matcha fans, this sophisticated recipe calls for matcha crème, gelee, mochi and macarons. Hint: You can buy green tea matcha macarons and fill them with your favorite ice cream. Or, try Francois Payard Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches when in New York.

So, are you now ready for a new kind of ice cream sandwich? What would you use to make something cool and unusual? Or, would you rather stick with the traditional kind of ice cream sandwich? Share your ideas with our readers and be an inspiration to others!

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