Delicious Ice Cream Sandwiches by Tartelette

Snickerdoodle Lemon Ice Cream Sandwiches by tartelette

As you know, home cooked meals are in fashion. And there is no better way to finish a summer meal than with home made ice cream sandwiches. It is a dessert that please kids and adults. I know my husband will crave for these.

Helen, the author of the fantastic pastry blog Tartelette, makes her creations look so elegant. I imagine serving these lovely lemon ice cream sandwiches at a Sunday brunch, at a kid birthday or to conclude an alfresco dinner. They would also fit in at a garden wedding party.

You can do everything from scratch or skip one step and buy premium lemon ice cream. But take the time to bake the snickerdoodle cookies. I adore the look of these little packets of the ice cream sandwiches. To be ready for impromptu entertaining, stock an assortment of strings and make sure to always have parchment paper on hand.

You will find the recipe for her Snickerdoodle Lemon Ice Cream Sandwiches at the end of her post.

Tartelette’s Photos available on Etsy

photos by tartelette on etsy

Besides food photography, she also sells her favorite still life pictures on etsy. I want to change the 5 photo series I hanged on my kitchen wall. I hope that she will add her ice cream sandwich pictures to her etsy shop.

+ Snickerdoodle Lemon Ice Cream Sandwiches
+ Baking 8×12 photo by Tartelette $30 USD
+ At The Flower Shop 8×12 photo by Tartelette $30 USD

  • Nathalie R.
    July 17, 2009 at 15:17

    I will definitely make the lemon ice cream but will try a different type of cookie, as I don’t want to use shortening. Last week-end, I had an ice cream sandwich at Itsy Bitsi and she used slices of cupcakes instead of cookies. It was delicious.

  • At Home with Kim Vallee
    July 17, 2009 at 20:55

    I was seduced by the pictures and did not pay attention to all the ingredients. Thank you for pointing the shortening Nathalie. I may try with butter only.
    Otherwise, I have many great cookie recipes at home. In fact, most of the time it is Jerome, my husband, who bakes the cookies.

  • Tartelette
    July 30, 2009 at 21:40

    Shortening actually has less saturated fat then butter. And one can find all vegetable shortening nowadays pretty easily.