Soft almond flour snickerdoodle cookies paired with delicious sugar-free vanilla ice cream. These low carb ice cream sandwiches may be the ultimate summer indulgence.
Earlier this year, I declared that this would be the summer of the ice cream sandwich. I don’t even know what I meant by that except that I wanted to see lots and lots of ice cream sandwich recipe this summer. More specifically, I wanted to see lots and lots of low carb ice cream sandwich recipes. Alas, therein lies a rather large problem. Because there are very few people besides me out there creating low carb ice cream sandwiches. A google search results in a recipe from me and a handful of others, so my vision of a plethora of ice cream sandwiches isn’t going to happen unless I take it all upon myself. And I thought about that. I really did. I thought about trying to bring you a low carb ice cream sandwich recipe a week all summer long.
I even got so far as to make two recipes, as well as a long list of ice cream sandwich ideas. I really did have the best intentions in that regard. But one ice cream sandwich recipe per week for 8 to 10 weeks results in a lot of ice cream sandwiches. And even with a family of 5 that loves dessert, we would have trouble keeping up. And since I love to make so many other forms of dessert and have so many other ideas I want to execute, I fell behind pretty quickly. So the Summer of the Low Carb Ice Cream Sandwich may result in 2 new recipes. Or I may hit a flurry of ice cream sandwich making and bring you more of my ideas. Who knows? I like to keep you on your toes.
And almond flour snickerdoodles make the perfect cookie base for a low carb ice cream sandwich. Soft, tender cinnamon-y cookies piled high with vanilla ice cream? Oh man, you know this is good stuff. The perfect summer indulgence. I think you can see why I wanted to make this the summer of the ice cream sandwich.