Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches

Chewy Biscoff cookies sandwiched around homemade Biscoff ice cream. This is one dessert your family will all enjoy!

Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches: chewy homemade Biscoff cookies sandwiched around creamy Biscoff ice cream!

Please tell me that you have tried Biscoff Spread by now?

If you haven’t tried it, please do! It’s nut free, non GMO, and all natural. It’s also a great substitute in peanut butter recipes. The only way I can describe the flavor is if you take graham crackers and gingerbread and blend them together.

Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches: chewy homemade Biscoff cookies sandwiched around creamy Biscoff ice cream!

Thanks to President Ronald Reagan, he made July, National Ice Cream Month (you’re welcome for that little bit of history lesson). Today, is actually National Ice Cream Day!

So why don’t we celebrate by making some chewy Biscoff cookies? And homemade Biscoff icecream?

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen this picture:

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This was my first attempt at making these ice cream sandwiches.

The cookies were incredible, but I tried to make 2-ingredient ice cream for the first time. The idea is you take a can of sweetened condensed milk and mix it with 16oz cool whip. I also added in some Biscoff. It froze just fine, but softened too much between the cookies (clearly).  And the texture didn’t taste like ice cream. Not sure if that was operator error, or normal, but it was gooey like marshmallow.

So, in my attempt to make you all a NON ice cream maker treat, I failed.

Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches: chewy homemade Biscoff cookies sandwiched around creamy Biscoff ice cream!

I pulled out my $50 Cuisinart Ice Cream maker and made a delicious, creamy Biscoff ice cream. Best investment ever!

And when you scoop that ice cream between two chewy Biscoff cookies? You will thank me!!

Quick note about the ice cream. I added in the biscoff during the last 5 minutes of the cycle. Not all of it completely mixed in completely. It’s okay. When frozen, you get little Biscoff chunks of heaven that are absolutely delightful!! ENJOY!

Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches: chewy homemade Biscoff cookies sandwiched around creamy Biscoff ice cream!

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Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches

Yield: 15-18 ice cream sandwiches

Prep Time:3 hours

Cook Time:11 minutes

Chewy Biscoff cookies sandwiched around homemade Biscoff ice cream. This is one dessert your family will all enjoy!


For the Ice cream:

  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup Creamy Biscoff spread

For the Cookies:

  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 3/4 cup creamy Biscoff spread
  • 3 Tbsp milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 egg
  • 1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 tsp kosher salt
  • 2 tsp baking powder


  1. For the ice cream, combine milk and sugar with a whisk until the sugar is dissolved, about 1-2 minutes. Stir in the heavy cream. Turn on your ice cream maker and pour mixture into freezer bowl. Mix until thickened, about 25 minutes. Spoon in the Biscoff spread (while still mixing) and continue mixing an additional 5 minutes. Turn off and pour into a freezer safe container. Freeze for 2 hours (or overnight) before using in the ice cream sandwiches.
  2. For the cookies, beat butter with sugars until combined. Add Biscoff, milk and vanilla and beat 1-2 minutes. Add egg. Beat in flour, salt and baking powder.
  3. Drop cookies by 2Tbsp scoop onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Bake in a 375 degree F oven for 11-13 minutes.
  4. Remove and cool on pan for 3 minutes, then transfer to wire rack to cool completely.
  5. To assemble, pair cookies into same sized pairs. Scoop one large scoop of icecream onto one cookie. Top with second cookie, pressing slightly. Enjoy immediately or wrap cookies individually in foil and return to freezer to enjoy later!
**Make your ice cream according to YOUR machine directions for vanilla ice cream. Add Biscoff in during the last 5 minutes. It's okay if it doesn't mix in completely, the unmixed Biscoff freezes into delicious chunks! **If you don't want to make ice cream sandwiches, you can enjoy the soft ice cream immediately. Store ice cream in freezer safe container for up to one week. ENJOY. **to keep your cookies nice a flat, freeze cookies for one hour before adding ice cream.

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I’m slightly obsessed with Biscoff. These No Bake Biscoff cookies are a great summer treat!

No Bake Biscoff Cookies

I made my own Biscoff Morsels in this White Chocolate Biscoff Cookie. Check it out!!


Another wonderful summer idea is making homemade Root Beer Float Ice Cream Sandwiches! These are insanely good!

Root Beer Ice Cream Sandwiches

Some of my blog friends make incredible looking 2-ingredient (no ice cream maker needed) ice cream. Check out their recipes for more details and instructions:

Reese’s Fluffernutter Ice Cream from Inside BruCrew Life

Cookies ‘n Mint Ice Cream from Crazy for Crust

Basic 2-ingredient Ice cream with Variations from Something Swanky

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71 comments on “Biscoff Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches”

  1. I remember those Biscoff morsels and cookies. Blast from the past. Love the reminder.

    And these…between the ice cream AND the cookies themselves (even without ice cream) I would be in heaven. Love Biscoff/cookiebutter.


  2. You know how I feel about Biscoff!! 🙂 I have Biscoff ice cream churning as we speak!!!!

  3. Biscoff heaven right here! I LOOOOVE THIS!

  4. These sound soooooooo good! I love my Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker as well 🙂

  5. Confession: I may have just drooled on my keyboard a little bit. These look SO GOOD, and for some reason, this summer, I am particularly obsessed with both Biscoff and ice cream, separately. So putting them together sounds amazing!

  6. Bring on the Biscoff! This stuff is so amazing and I am thrilled that your treats contain Biscoff in the cookies and the ice cream. Maybe you can roll the sides in crushed Biscoff crumbs to take this over the top!

  7. Ice cream sandwiches are so good! I have got to try Biscoff – and in ice cream? I could never say no! I’m glad you made the real deal:) I just tried making homemade ice cream for the first time and loved it! I’m going to have to try yours. Thanks!

  8. Oh yum! I wish one of these would appear in front of me right now!

  9. What a great way to use biscoff! Absolutely love it!!!!

  10. These look SO delicious! I am unfortunately one of those people who hasn’t tried Biscoff spread yet..I don’t know what I’m waiting for!

  11. I love Biscoff! I can eat them by the spoonful. 🙂 Love this ice cream cookie sandwich. I know I can eat a lot of it. 😀

  12. Biscoff Ice Cream in a Biscoff cookie? You know how much I want that right now? I guess I’ll settle for going to eat a spoonful (or 2) out of my jar! Love that spread a little too much 🙂

  13. This is one nice double dose of Biscoff, which I’m WAY too fond of. I really want one of those!

  14. I am sadly out of Biscoff here at my house so that means I need to make another road trip to the US! These would probably be the best ice cream sandwiches ever! 🙂

  15. I am SERIOUSLY freaking out over these and as soon as I get home from the lake I am making Biscoff Ice Cream!

  16. Ugh – these look perfect. I want one, like right now.

  17. OK, so I’m a pregnant diabetic that just so happens to have just swung down into low blood sugar and I also happen to love Biscoff. All that to say, I’m very sad I don’t have one of these babies in front of me to fix my low blood sugar right now. I guess my cherries will have to do. :/ lol

  18. How could you not fall in love with these cookies?!!

  19. I love cookie butter, but I just can’t bring myself to spend $6 on Biscoff… as incredible as it is! I’d be happy to eat those cookies even without the biscoff! They look incredible!

  20. Oh, love that you used biscoff in both the cookies and the ice cream!

  21. Trish Butler

    This is really great and funny. I was going thru my e-mails and saw Christy’s (The Girl Who Ate Everything)Nutella Gelato and I was going to ask her if she had tried it with biscoff, but I had to get something and when I got back to my computer, I had forgotten all about it. The next e-mail I open was yours and here is Biscoff ice cream. Like the Bible says, ask and ye shall recieve. Thank you for the recipe and your talent. (and putting a smile on my face) Trish Butler

  22. I FINALLY tried Biscoff this weekend and I’m in love! Can’t wait to try this yummy concoction out 🙂

  23. whoa-ho-ho, totally making these as my boyfriend is OBSESSED with Biscoff 🙂 Thanks!

  24. I know, I’m one of those peeps that hasn’t tried the biscoff spread. I need to seriously get on the loop! Now, I can make these…motivation is here! (=

  25. Gimme, like, twelve of these and we’ll talk later. Amazing, Aimee!

  26. Biscoff Ice Cream in a Biscoff cookie sound amazing!!! You must be the most popular Mom EVER!!

  27. I want those chips! No such thing in Australia so I’ll have to import. Terrific ice cream sandwiches!

  28. As hot as it has been lately, I am so craving your ice cream cookie sandwiches! Perfect for hot Summer weather!

  29. I was seriously just thinking, right before I saw this post, man I should make Biscoff Ice Cream and here you go. First the pulled pork and now the Biscoff Ice Cream. Great minds are thinking a like for sure!

  30. Gorgeous pictures as always! Don’t laugh, but I haven’t tried biscoff spread yet. I’ve seen so many recipes on pinterest and I keep meaning to try it. I’m drooling over these ice cream sandwiches. I just made some with chocolate chip cookies the other day and that’s gotten me on a kick for more! 🙂

  31. I have not tried Biscoff spread yet! These look INCREDIBLE!

  32. Cyndi

    I made the ice cream today… First time I tried Biscoff and it’s super deadly!!! Haha!! The ice cream is super easy and delicious. Absolutely amazing!!! I have a 4yo and 2yo twins and I ran outta time for the cookies :O Shocking 🙂 LOL!! Thanks so much for the new obsession/addiction!!! Who can I sent the bill for bigger pants to?? 😀

  33. And I thought a biscoff cookie couldn’t get tastier 😉 this is amazing, I love it!

  34. These look amazing Aimee! I love biscoff ice cream. And cookies. (FYI, I only use 8 ounces of Cool Whip in my 2-ingredient ice cream. Maybe that was the problem?)

  35. Nessa

    I see no way that these can get any better! Yummm 🙂

  36. Would you call me crazy if I said I’ve never tried biscoff before? I think I definitely have to now! These treats look amazing!!

  37. So, first of all, I want this ice cream immediately. Especially sandwiched between those cookies!

    Second of all, I just realized that you aren’t showing up for me in BlogLovin’ anymore. I feel like people keep dropping off. It’s making me nuts and I’m sorry I haven’t been around. xoxo

  38. I love Biscoff so these are going to hit the most perfect spot! YUM YUM YUM!!

  39. Those cookies alone sound fabulous…but with ice cream?! LOVE!

  40. Aimee can you believe that I have never had biscoff!?!? I am thinking that I will try it after my Hawaii trip next month because I am pretty sure that I will be addicted!!

  41. haha, I was just talking to Dorothy about that 2-ingredient ice cream! If I use 8 oz Cool Whip mine doesn’t freeze right, so I always use 16 oz to 1 can of SCM! So weird! I’ve actually found that I love it best when cream cheese and butter are mixed in (well, obviously– don’t cream cheese and butter make everything better?), it’s just the right consistency!

    These look amazing! I especially love how chewy those cookies look!

  42. I totally was waiting for these after that instagram post. Pinning this one for sure. Love us some Biscoff!

  43. As Im sitting here eating homemade biscoff ice cream!! I wish I had these cookies to sandwich it with! I loooove cookie ice cream sandwiches! These sound amazing!!

  44. oh my, I’m in heaven looking at this…thank you! Just discovered Biscoff a few months ago (have a Peanut-allergy son) and we call it “Bad News Biscoff” because if you just have one bite, it’s bad news…so addicting! Anyway, I think this is a must for a special occasion….

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