Looking for a good ice cream sandwich cookie / dough recipe

Discussion in 'Cookies' started by testerthetester, Sep 11, 2018.

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    testerthetester New Member

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    I've looked at a bunch of recipes online and it seems like the recipes of the cookie part really vary allot. I'm looking to find the perfect hybrid, something soft enough so that it doesn't break your teeth or squish the ice-cream out, hard enough so it doesn't stick to your fingers, and crispy enough so that it doesn't seem soggy. Can anyone give some advice on how I can get there?
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    Welcome to the forum :)

    I've not tried making cookies for ice-cream sandwiches to be honest, but I would have thought you'd want something that is closer to gooey than crispy. Slightly underbaked cookies which have been allowed to cool and set would probably be where I'd start. This is one of my favourite recipes:

    https://www.baking-forums.com/threads/best-millies-cookies-recipe.3512/
     
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