Homemade Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwiches

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with these cute heart-shaped  Homemade Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwiches? These creamy little sandwiches, with their strawberry ice cream filling smooshed between two thin chocolate brownie layers, offer classic flavors of a chocolate covered strawberry with a frozen twist.  Everyone who enjoys one of these chocolate strawberry frozen treats will be in love as their heart melts.  Oh, how I love the cheesy frozen heart/ melted heart puns going through my head right now. 😉

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As you may already know, I’m a mama of 3 little ladies.  If you’d like to know more about them, check out my ABOUT ME page.  They love all things frozen and sweet, popsicles, frozen yogurt, ice cream.  You name it, they like it.  I came up with the idea for these Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwiches when, couple weeks ago, we were getting ready for a tea party. I had just made some delicious little Brownie Teacakes and as I was cutting the brownies into pieces, BooBaw asked me for some “Ice Cweem, pweeeese?”  Light bulb moment!  Oh, how fun would it be to put ice cream between these brownies?  That’s just what we did.  The brownies I’d just made were more cake-like so they could hold up to the ice cream and I had baked them in a half-size baking sheet so they were much thinner than a regular brownie.  We happened to have strawberry ice cream which paired perfectly with the chocolate brownies and gave it a chocolate covered strawberry flavor.

The brownie recipe for this is so easy and tastes great.  It’s straight-up homemade and you probably already have most of the ingredients.  I posted the brownie recipe a couple weeks ago. It can be found here.  Just follow the directions to make and bake it.  Cool the brownies completely then cut around the edges of the pan to help it release.  You can flip it out on a cutting board or cooling rack or cut it in half and dish it out one piece at a time.

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I also used a layer of parchment paper on the bottom of the pan when I baked the brownies for this recipe to ensure the brownie comes out clean and in one piece.


I prepped the ice cream middle while the brownie was baking.  I took the half gallon carton and cut the box off. Then I sliced the ice cream into 3/4 to 1 inch thick slices and place them in on a baking sheet lined with waxed paper.  I put another layer of waxed paper over the top and lightly press the slices together.  Becuase it was softened when I started, it was necessary to put it back in the freezer to harden. I didn’t I would end up with a sweet strawberry n’ cream mess.


Once the brownie sheet was cool, I flipped it out of the pan onto a cutting board.  Then cut it in half (one-half for the top and one-half for the bottom).  With the top sides down, I placed the layer of ice cream on top of one side.  Then turned the second side of brownie on top of the ice cream to make the sandwich.  When you make yours, make sure to put the good (top) side of the brownie so it shows on both sides of the sandwich.  Lastly, I firmly pressed the top layer down to help the ice cream stick to both brownie pieces.


Doesn’t it look sooo delicious already? AND we haven’t even gotten to the “cute” part.


Here’s the cute part.  To make this treat extra special and perfect for Valentine’s, use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut the sandwiches.  My girls loved that we cut some of ours into heart shapes.  It took a little longer for the fun, festive touch BUT for us, it was worth it.  My cookie cutter wasn’t high enough to go all the way through the sandwich so I used it as a template.  I marked the heart shape using the cookie cutter than used a pairing knife to finish cutting through the whole sandwich.


That’s it!  Aren’t they so fun? Would your family like these?  My girls absolutely loved them (and us adults did too)!  I’ve always felt a treat tastes a little better when you can eat it with your fingers.  😉


If you’re not feeling the festive heart shape you can always use a chef’s knife and cut the ice cream sandwiches into a more traditional square or rectangle shapes.  They’re not as cute in my opinion but just as tasty.


I’m not going to lie… I had to taste both, heart-shaped and not, and am happy to report they were just as yummy. 😉

What sweet treat will you be enjoying this Valentine’s? Do you have a Valentine’s Day dessert tradition?

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If you’re looking for more fun Valentine’s treat ideas, check out these delicious and festive recipes:

Raspberry-Filled Cholocate Mousse Cake
Raspberry Filled Chocolate Mousse Cake | KitchenCents.com

Red Heart Brownie Teacakes with almond icing
Red Heart Brownie Teacakes with almond icing | KitchenCents.com

3-ingredient Chocolate Mousse
Easy 3-ingredient chocolate mousse | KitchenCents.com

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19 Responses

  1. Belle says:

    Yum! Ice cream and chocolate? Yes please! That looks really good! I have to try that!

    Belle | One Awesome Momma

  2. Um these are so cute! I actually already have a cute ice cream punch with shapes I have yet to use that I need to dig out for this recipe!

  3. Jessica Egbert says:

    These are super easy and fun to make, but what makes it even better is that they are soooooo yummy.

  4. These are so adorable! My little girl would love this.

  5. Krysten says:

    I am literally drooling at these right now! I haven’t ever made my own ice cream sandwiches, but I might have to with this recipe!

  6. Mary says:

    I love this idea! My Handsome would love this for our Valentine’s Day dessert.

  7. Mytha Reyna says:

    This is such a neat idea, they look soooooo good!

  8. Ashley says:

    Yum!! These look delicious and they are so cute! What a fun Valentine’s treat!

  9. Ashleigh says:

    Amazing, these ice cream sandwiches look wonderful! I would love to make these for my kids! Thank you for sharing!

  10. Chelsea says:

    Those look SO YUMMY! I like to make mine with a Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownie! But my hubby and kids LOVE strawberry ice cream. Will have to impress them with this switch up.

    Chelsea || http://www.binkiesandbaubles.com

  11. Kimberly @ Berly's Kitchen says:

    What a great idea!! These are so cute and perfect for Valentine’s Day. I love that you used strawberry ice cream and cut them into heart shapes.

  12. OH MY GRACIOUS. These look so good! I am absolutely trying these!

  13. Sharon says:

    These are so freaking cute! I love that the sandwich is made with brownies. Yummmm. These seem so simple to make so I think I’ll try them this weekend

  14. suzanne says:

    Ooooh, 3 of my favorite things all in one little sandwich. So yummy!

  15. Amanda says:

    These are adorable, and so perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day! They look easy to make too. Will definitely save this to try!

  16. Angie says:

    I’d like these in my mouth right about now. YUM!

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