Thin Mint® Ice Cream Sandwiches

Crunchy and chocolatey with a bit of minty freshness makes our Thin Mint® Ice Cream Sandwiches a hit. Made with Thin Mint® Girl Scout Cookies, these mini bites of deliciousness are so simple to make that you’ll wonder why you didn’t try this recipe sooner. It’s an easy way to take your cookie-eating experience from yummy to absolutely delectable. But hurry, Girl Scout Cookie season doesn’t last forever, and when it’s hot out in June, you’ll be wishing you had these ice cream sandwiches on hand.

Thin Mint® Ice Cream Sandwiches Recipe


1 box of Thin Mint® Girl Scout Cookies
1 pint of your favorite mint chip ice cream

For optional chocolate coating:

10 oz Ghirardelli dark chocolate melting wafers
1 tbsp coconut oil


  1. Prepare a baking tray by lining it with parchment paper. Arrange cookies on the tray and scoop ice cream onto half of the cookies.
  2. Place another cookie on top to create sandwiches. Freeze for at least 1 hour, or until ice cream is hard.
  3. After freezing, transfer the ice cream sandwiches to a cooling rack.
  4. Place chocolate and coconut oil into a microwave safe dish. Microwaving in 20-second intervals, mixing in between.
  5. Then drizzle cookie sandwiches with melted chocolate. Return them to the freezer for 12 hours.
  6. When ready to enjoy, remove the sandwiches from the freezer and serve immediately. Cookies can be stored in the freezer for up to 5 days to maintain freshness.

Check out our recipe for Samoas® Blondies for more Girl Scout Cookie fun.

Recipe by Stephanie Cravotta / Story by Kylie Thomas / Photography and Styling by Anna Franklin / Styling by Star Laliberte

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