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Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream Sandwiches
  • Prep Time 35 min
  • Total Time 50 min
  • Servings 15
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream Sandwiches

Peanut butter ice cream is sandwiches between two Granola Thins with some jelly for a refreshing twist on the classic ice cream sandwich.

Ingredients

1
pint vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt
1/2
cup peanut butter
1/2
cup strawberry or grape jelly
30
Nature Valley™ Peanut Butter Granola Thins
Wax paper

Directions

  • 1 Let ice cream soften on the counter for 5-10 minutes. Scoop into a small bowl and add the peanut butter. Mix thoroughly with a spoon until combined.
  • 2 Line a 9X9 baking dish with wax paper on the bottom. Spoon the peanut butter ice cream into the dish and spread evenly. Add another layer of wax paper and press on top. Freeze ice cream for at least 25-30 minutes or until firm. You can freeze it longer if you would like.
  • 3 Before you remove the ice cream from the freezer, prep your sandwiches. Remove granola thins from packages. Spread about 1 teaspoon of jelly on the peanut butter side of one granola thin. Repeat 15 times leaving the other 15 granola thins plain.
  • 4 Once ice cream is firm, remove from pan and place on the counter. Remove the top layer of wax paper and cut into 16 even pieces the size of your Granola Thins. Quickly place a frozen ice cream square on on one granola thin with jelly and top with a plain granola thin. Return immediately to the freezer and continue making the rest.
  • 5 You can eat them immediately or after they have firmed up a bit. Wrap in plastic wrap individually so they can be grabbed as snacks later.
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5 Twists on Ice Cream

As prepared by Girl Who Ate Everything,

I scream, you scream, we all scream for what? ICE CREAM!!!


Cool and refreshing, nothing beats ice cream on a hot summer day. Whether it’s a reward for your kids or for yourself after a hard day, ice cream is a special treat that I have a hard time turning down.

I’ve got 5 twists on ice cream that will make sure you never grow tired of your favorite cool treat.

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1)  New Recipe! Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream Sandwiches


Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches

These Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches take the idea of a classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich and turn it into ice cream form. How cute are they?

Just mix some softened vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt with a little peanut butter and spread it into a baking dish to harden up.

Mix Up Ice Cream and Peanut Butter

Once it’s firm, cut it into squares and sandwich your ice cream with a smidgen of jelly in between two Nature Valley Peanut Butter Thins.

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Eat them right away or wrap them in plastic wrap to grab whenever you need a snack.

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