I’ve managed to re-create nearly everything that I missed from gluten days. Gooey Cinnamon Buns. Check. Amazing pizza. Check. Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies. Check. Plus, another 400+ recipes that I didn’t really NEED, but it’s nice to have, just in case. 😉 I seldom buy gluten-free products, I usually try to make my own instead. But, I will buy cereal, pasta, and ice cream cones. One thing that I miss, that I don’t think I’ve even seen a store-bought version available, is ice cream sandwiches. It’s been over 4 years since I’ve enjoyed an ice cream sandwich, so I figured maybe it was time to do something about that. And so I created this recipe for a crisp dark chocolate wafer, that can be used for sandwich cookies (read “Oreo” knock-offs”), or pulsed in the food processor for chocolate crumbs, great for cheesecakes and gluten-free rum balls.
Or, you can use them to make gluten-free ice cream sandwiches! 🙂 To make ice cream sandwiches, scoop softened ice cream onto a cool cookie, and top with another cookie. Wrap each ice cream sandwich in plastic wrap and store in the freezer. It is best to do this in advance so that the cookie has a chance to soften and the ice cream has a chance to harden before they are eaten.