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S’mores Recipe – Reeses Frozen Treat

S’mores Recipe – Reeses Frozen Treat

...  around a campfire. But just because you aren’t near a fire doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the goodness. I’ve taken this traditional s’mores recipe and turned it into a frozen delight. Important! The s’mores recipe calls for hot fudge ice cream topping. Do not try to substitute chocolate cake frosting or liquid hershey syrup for it. You will have a big mess! I used chocolate chip cookies in this recipe,  but these treats are equally great using snickerdoodles, peanut butter cookies and sugar cookies. Ingredients Needed: 8 pre-made chocolate chip cookies (fresh or store bought) * Cookies should be about the same size as the mini peanut butter cups 4 marshmallows 4 mini Reese’s peanut butter cups 4 tsp. hot fudge ice cream topping Tip! You can use 1/4 cup softened vanilla ice cream per treat (1 cup total needed) for even more yummy goodness. Directions: Lay 4 cookies flat side up on a plate, tray or cookie sheet. Spread ½ tsp. of fudge ...

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Peanut Butter and Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe

Peanut Butter and Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe

...  Kids and adults alike will love this delicious twist on a classic taste. Surprise your next house guests or party goers by making these a day or two ahead of time and serving them as a treat or dessert. Note: We’ve made these many times and have found that some cookie brands freeze harder than others. Once you remove the sandwich from the freezer, you may want to allow it to thaw a few minutes before serving. Ingredients Needed: 16 tsp strawberry jam (or your favorite flavor) 16 soft peanut butter cookies 1 vanilla ice cream  (about 1 pint)  * For large cookies or thicker ‘sandwiches’, more ice cream may be required Directions: Spread 1 teaspoon jam onto bottoms of all 18 cookies. Using a knife, cut ice cream into eight 1/2 inch thick slices. Work quickly to avoid ice cream becoming soft! Using a glass, cookie or biscuit cutter roughly the same size as the cookies, cut ice cream into rounds. Place one round onto a cookie, repeat with 7 more cookies. Top with ...

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