"weight Watchers" "ice Cream" Sandwiches Del

"These are soooooooo good, low cal, can be made ahead and are fancy enough to serve to company. These are supposed to only be 2 points apiece."
photo by PanNan photo by PanNan
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  • Break Graham cracker in half.
  • Spread fruit spread on top of one half.
  • Spread cool whip on top of that.
  • sprinkle with chocolate chips.
  • Top with other graham cracker half and squoosh down.
  • Freeze.
  • Eat.

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  1. fluffystew
    Like PanNan, I couldn't find chocolate graham crackers either - I substituted Christie chocolate wafer biscuits. The whole box made about 24 sandwiches, with Cool Whip to spare. I made some with jam and some with peanut butter and forgot the chocolate chips. Wasn't sure how much Cool Whip for each - the skimpy ones weren't as good. Although these are smaller than a regular icecream sandwich, they pack a flavour punch and cost way less than storebought. Thanks for posting Snicklefritzie! Made for PAC Spring 2009.
    What a wonderful little snack!!! I had to use what I had on hand: low fat cinnamon honey graham crackers, sugar free strawberry jam & whipped cream from the can :-). I think it takes a few hours to freeze so it's good to make them beforehand. Thanks so much!
  3. asturgis
    I guess I must be lucky since my grocery store stocks chocolate graham crackers. These are delicious little treats. I was able to make about 20 before I ran out of cool whip. it was hard to count with people stealing them as fast as I made them! I dressed a few up with mini m&m's for the little one. Everyone was happy with these.
  4. PanNan
    These were delicious sweet little frozen treats that took almost no time to prepare. What's better than that? I could not find chocolate graham crackers at any of the grocery stores in my area, so I substituted chocolate chessmen cookies. I also used strawberry spreadable fruit instead of raspberry because that's what I had on hand. These substitutions worked very well. I chose this recipe for Pick A Chef Spring 2008, and am glad I did.


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