Keto Pint Cookie Sandwiches

Keto Pint Ice Cream Sandwiches

We all know and love that classic combo of warm freshly baked cookies dipped in cold milk while watching cartoons at grandmas house. Well, now you're in our house and we would like to present you with an upgraded version! 

We created these delicious ice cream sandwiches with our Peanut Butter Cup pint because we wanted something a little more rich, but you can make this recipe with any pint flavor you like! 

Keto Pint Cherry Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches with Chocolate Chips

Where to Begin 

Start by preheating your oven to 350 F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or spray with cooking oil of choice. 

Now in a bowl mix together melted butter, monkfruit sweetener, vanilla extra and an egg. Beat thoroughly with a hand mixer for about 20 seconds. 

Then add in the almond flour, baking powder, xanthan gum and a pinch of salt. Mix until well incorporated and texture turns doughy. Pour in the sugar-free chocolate chips and fold in nicely with a spatula.

Use your hand to form cookie dough into 2-3 inch sized balls. You should be able to make about 9-12 balls with the entire cookie dough. Place on the baking tray a few inches apart from each other.

Then bake for 10 mins! 

Once your cookies are done place them on a cooling rack. While your cookies are cooling you will take your pint out of the freezer. We are going to share with you the amazing but also slightly scary way to make perfect ice cream sandwiches that don't crumble apart when you put the ice cream on. No more ice cream scoopers!! 

The secret - 

Lay your pint down on its side (remove lid + safety seal) and slowly begin to cut your pint into slices. Don't panic.. It works we promise! We recommend not too skinny of slices but also not too thick. You want a perfect little puck when you are done. Each pint should roughly make about 5-6 sandwiches. 

Once you have all of your keto pint pucks cut out you are now ready to place them on your cookies! Sandwich them together and place in the freezer for 20-30mins to let them settle.

Eat & Enjoy!!! 

 

Ingredients

1.5 cup almond flour
1/2 cup salted butter melted
1 egg
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp xanthan gum

 

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 350 F.
Prepare a baking tray with lined parchment paper.
In a large mixing bowl, pour melted butter, monkfruit sweetener, vanilla extra and an egg. Beat thoroughly with a hand mixer for about 20 seconds.
Then add in the almond flour, baking powder, xanthan gum and a pinch of salt. Mix until well incorporated and texture turns doughy. Pour in the sugar-free chocolate chips and fold in nicely with a spatula.
Use your hand to form cookie dough into 2-3 inch sized balls. You should be able to make about 9-12 balls with the entire cookie dough. Place on the baking tray a few inches apart from each other.
Bake for 10 minutes. Then set aside and allow to it cool.
Serve and enjoy!

    Nutrition 

    Each cookie contains about 1.3g net carbs.
    An entire ice cream sandwich is about 4.4 net carbs (ice cream included)

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    1 comment


    • Hannah

      Made these tonight and sooo good! For the sweetener I did just a little bit under the 3/4 cup and did a mixture of white and brown. I’ve been trying a lot of choc chip cookie recipes and this is now the top one. And I got about 10 big cookies out of the recipe and two smaller. I formed and flattened the cookies before baking. They took longer than 10 min for me (around 18 until they started to brown) but they were on the lower rack so maybe that’s why. And then I slammed the tray on the counter when they came out of the oven (like their other ice cream sandwich recipe called for) and sprinkled some thick salt on top. For the ice cream part, I struggled cutting the pint so I aborted mission and pulled the whole chunk of ice cream out and cut it into slices that way and still worked out great! BTW for a couple of the cookies before baking I added in some keto butterscotch chips and they were good too!


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