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Gluten-Free Ice Cream Sandwiches

My friends Peter and Kelli Bronski of the popular blog, No Gluten, No Problem, have just released their new cookbook, Gluten-Free Family Favorites: The 75 Go-To Recipes You Need to Feed Kids and Adults All Day, Every Day—a great collection of easy, foolproof recipes for those of us who would like to get dinner (and maybe even dessert!) on the table as often as possible.

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That’s why I’m excited to support their cookbook—and to share their recipe for Ice Cream Sandwiches.

To make the recipe dairy-free:
1)   Substitute melted vegan shortening for the butter.
2)   Substitute nondairy ice cream for the ice cream.

Get the whole family cooking! Kids can…
1)   Collect ingredients from the pantry and refrigerator
2)   Measure ingredients
3)   Crack the eggs
4)   Dump ingredients into mixing bowl
5)   Mix ingredients with a whisk or spoon
6)   Help spread ice cream

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Makes: 12 sandwiches

¾ cup (162 g) sugar
¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons (30 g) cocoa powder
¾ cup (1½ sticks, 170 g) butter, melted
2 eggs
1½ teaspoons gluten-free pure vanilla extract
¾ cup (94 g) Artisan Gluten-Free Flour Blend
¾ teaspoon xanthan gum
¼ teaspoon salt
4 cups (648 g) ice cream

1. Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C). Spray a half sheet pan or rimmed baking sheet (about 11 x 16 inches/28 x 41 cm) with nonstick cooking spray and line with parchment paper‹this will keep the parchment from sliding around.
2. In a medium bowl, mix together the sugar, cocoa powder, and melted butter. Add the eggs and vanilla (make sure the butter mixture is not too hot as you do not want to cook your eggs), and stir until smooth. In a separate bowl, whisk together the flour, xanthan gum, and salt; add to the cocoa mixture and stir to incorporate.
3. Spread the batter on the parchment paper, going all the way to the edge of the pan; using an offset spatula helps with this process. You want to spread the batter as evenly as you can; it will not spread much while it bakes. Bake for 10 minutes. Allow to cool completely on the baking sheet.
4. While the cake is cooling, pull the ice cream out of the freezer to soften a little bit (you do not want it too soft as it will become oozy and seep out of the sandwich while it freezes, but a little softening helps to spread it).
5. Slide the cake with the parchment off the pan. Cut it in half crosswise to make two equal rectangles. Slide one half, top-side down, onto the middle of two overlapping pieces of plastic wrap that are about 2 feet (60 cm) long. Spread the ice cream on the top of the cake. Top with the remaining cake half, top-side up. Wrap with plastic wrap and freeze for at least 4 hours.
6. Trim the edges of the large rectangle to make the edges completely straight. Make 3 lengthwise cuts and 2 crosswise cuts to create 12 rectangles about 2 x 4 inches (5 x 10 cm).


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57 Comments: Gluten-Free Ice Cream Sandwiches

Laura Harmasch Said:

I can’t wait to try these! Yum! Thanks for sharing.

Nicole W Said:

Yum! These look delicious!

Maya N Said:

Perfect recipe for this weekend! Can’t wait to try it!

mary Said:

I’m a fan of the Bronski blog and their cookbooks also. I’ve been waiting for a Gf ice cream sandwich recipe. Can’t wait to try it!

deb m Said:

Will e making these for my family!

Jen G Said:

So excited to see this recipe! My daughter loves
Ice cream sandwiches but cannot have gluten, she will
Be thrilled too! Thank you.

Jill Said:

Thank you, can’t wait to try. They look delicious :)

Stacey Geller Said:

Fabulous!!

Kathy Said:

These look delicious – I can’t wait to try them and to check out their blog! Thanks!

Paula Said:

I’ve got to try these! My boys would be sooo excited!

Carol Motta Said:

These ice cream sandwiches look delicious!

Megan S Said:

this cookbook looks great! Thanks for sharing!

Allison Said:

yUM!!! Love the Bronski’s cookbooks!! There Artisian Gluten free book is fabulous…. can’t wait to try the recipes from this new one!!! Thanks for sharing!

Michelle Said:

Oooh, my daughter will be thrilled! I can’t wait to get a hold of this new book.

Rosemarie Bireley Said:

This great, thanks!

Liz Said:

Sounds delicious! Love that it can be made dairy free. Can’t wait to try this!

Lori Fly Said:

I love their blog!

courtney kern Said:

The ice cream sandwiches look delish! Haven’t had one in well over 3 years since being GF. Recipe looks great! Hope to try them out soon:)

Jackie Said:

Looks yummy! Thanks!

Nicole Said:

Amazing. Just like most of your Gf recipes it’s hard to feel you are missing anything. . My family loves it.

Nikki V Said:

These look absolutely fantastic! Can’t wait to make them for my kids.

Betsy Ayotte Said:

These are def in our future!

Karen Said:

These look delicious! I’m going to try this recipe this weekend. The cookbook looks fantastic too!

Angela Said:

can’t wait to try these recipes!!!

Andrea Wesche Said:

Those look delicious

Shaunna Said:

Can’t wait to try these!!

Jen S. Said:

These look delicious!

Kelli Lash Said:

Yummy yum!!!!!!!!!!

Erin Said:

These look yummy!! Always looking for summertime treats that are gluten free :)

Amanda Said:

So excited I was in the mood for an ice cream sandwich. Now I can have 1 or 2 or……

Kelly Kenny Said:

Sounds (and looks delicious)! Our family project this weekend. Thanks.

Ouida Lampert Said:

I CANNOT wait to make these.

Sally Said:

Dairy free and gluten free and perfect for snacking. What is better than that? Nothing!!! YUM!

cat Said:

These look great!

Stephanie Said:

Yum! Oh how I’ve missed these!

Niv Said:

Amazing recipe, will definitely try it. Thanks for the giveaway.

Melissa M. Said:

These look so good and I’d love to try making them with my little nieces, who love to help in the kitchen :)

Melissa Said:

I am always looking for summer treats for my 3 year old son who cannot have any dyes or artificial flavors in his food! He is going to be so excited!!

Bernadette K. Said:

Sooooo miss these. Gonna try!

Lisa Sewell Said:

Ever since my celiac kid saw the photo on FB while I was reading it, he has been begging me to make these “real” ice cream sandwiches! I had taken the lazy way out and used round cookies last time and he said he’d much rather have these, lol. Thanks for your awesome recipes, we will be making these asap!

Mikki C. Said:

Thanks for providing such a great source for us. I can’t wait to try your recipes. The only problem is figuring out which to do first :-)

Katie Said:

Such a yummy way to improve my summer! So glad you shared this! I’ve been stuck in a sling and out of work for two months. So happy for yummy treats!

Kat Said:

I am so excited hearing about their new cookbook. Love your website and thanks for offering their cookbook as a prize. Good luck everyone.

jenni schneider Said:

Can’t wait to try them!

Dee Fedor Said:

We have been wishing for Gluten Free Ice Cream sandwiches! Thank you!

Susan V Said:

I need to make these ice cream sandwiches! I want a treat that’s just for me…
Looking forward to your new book !

Lien Said:

I recently went gluten & dairy free and would love this book!

gemini Said:

That looks great and the cookbook seems like a must-have

Elaine Said:

My family will love these!

Rachel Said:

Looks interesting and good!

Darla Said:

I’m so excited to try these GF ice cream sandwiches! They sound like the perfect backyard treat for a hot summer day in Florida!

Rachel Said:

These look amazing! I love ice cream sandwiches! Now I can have them again.

Karen Culbertson Said:

Thanks so much for sharing both the recipe and a chance to win the cookbook!

CHRISTINA DUTRA Said:

I would love to win this for my sister!

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