Total Time
40mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 10 mins

These require a fair amount of preparation but they're worth it. They're great for entertaining a large amount of company, especially kids. Besides being absolutely delicious they're very easy to serve.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. Beat margarine, sugar, egg and vanilla until well blended.
  3. In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients, including chocolate.
  4. Add dry ingredients alternately with milk to sugar mixture, beating until well combined.
  5. Cover the cookie mixture with foil and put in the freezer for 10 minutes to chill, or can be refrigerated for a minimum of 1 hour.
  6. Prepare round cookie shapes using 1 heaping T of mixture.
  7. The dough tends to be sticky so its easier to work with if one dips the T of the mixture into flour before forming into a round shape.
  8. Or alternately, flour one's hands before forming the required shape.
  9. Flatten each cookie into a 6-7cm circle.
  10. Bake for 8-10 minutes until almost set.
  11. The cookies should be soft inside and out.
  12. Let cookies cool completely on a wire rack.
  13. The cookies can be frozen at this point and filled later if desired.
  14. Place a scoop of ice cream on flat side of 1 cookie, cover with second cookie and press lightly together.
  15. Repeat with remaining cookies.
  16. Freeze until firm in a tightly sealed plastic container.
  17. I often add my favourite ice cream which is a homemade vanilla/chocolate swirl with grated chocolate.
  18. YUM!

Reviews

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These were great! I really wanted to use my chocolate chip cookie recipe but didn't have some of the ingredients which is why I turned to these. The dough wasn't that tasty so I was a little nervous, but the baked cookies are very good. I didn't have chocolate I could grate so I just chopped up semi-sweet chocolate chips which worked great. To form cookies, I used a heaping floured tbsp to get the correct size, floured hands to roll them into a ball, and then used the flat part of a glass (floured as well) and just pressed them flat. My cookies also stuck to my non-stick cookie sheet so I would recommend spraying the sheet first. I got 12 sandwiches out of a batch. They were awesome!

ktreeps June 19, 2008

Fun treat on a nice summery day! I made the cookies last night and today DS & I added the ice cream. I got 15 1/2 sandwiches. Wasn't sure if I should grease the cookies sheets (I didn't) and the cookies stuck just a bit. The cookies also spread a little. This was made for Pick A Chef spring 2007.

Ducky April 29, 2007

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