Heart Shaped Ice Cream Sandwiches

Ice cream sandwiches are the best, and when they’re shaped like a heart… even better.

To make these, I made brownies from a box (I can’t help it, they’re my favorite), and a container of ice cream (your choice). To make the cutting of the heart shapes easier, I recommend buying the ice cream that comes in the rectangular box. Open the entire box and use a big knife to slice the ice cream into layers, then use the cookie cutter. Once assembled, wrap them up in plastic wrap and leave in the freezer until you’re ready to eat them. You also could just use a heart shaped cookie cutter on a FAT BOY, but then you’d miss out on that brownie.

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  1. Pedaling says

    i wonder if i'd be better at resisting this treat than i am at surgar cookies…..hmmm, guess i could make them and find out-
    they look delish
    and yes, the fun stuff offered on picknik right now- well, let's just say, is time sucking (in a fun, creative, good, way!) i'm so glad you introduced it to me!

  2. Erin says

    That is making me SO hungry right now. I have to make them immediately! Super cute. Love the heart you made for Activity Days too! What a darling idea. Those girls are lucky to have you.

  3. Amanda says

    Looks Yummy!!! Question for you???? My sister in law is going to do the ice cream parlor party for her 7 yr old in a few weeks. Just curios where you got the ice cream pinata?? Also if you have any other tips I'm sure she'd love them.

  4. carajean says

    I can't bear the thought of using a hear shaped cutter on a Fat Boy. Think of all those wasted corners! I guess you know who would be secretly stuffing her face in the kitchen while others wait for their desserts.

  5. theUngourmet says

    These are the cutest and most yummy ice cream sandwiches I've ever seen! I'll take 2 please! 😀 Found your blog through Tatertots and Jello!

  6. Brooke says

    Hi Kami! It's Brooke, I met you at Anastasia's Attic with the Sassy Scoops. :) Love your blog and I LOVE this super simple but mouth-watering treat. I want to make some of those NOW! NOW! NOW! Thanks for sharing!

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