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Ice Cream Sandwich Made With Brownie Mix and Special Sandwich Pan

Updated on July 9, 2018
Note to self: let brownie cool completely before adding ice cream, or ice cream will start to melt, as shown here.
Note to self: let brownie cool completely before adding ice cream, or ice cream will start to melt, as shown here.

Cocoa Brownie Recipe Works Well With Pan

The recipe for brownies that I used worked well with the pan. Granted, I only made two sandwiches, which were a fail since I did not wait until the brownies were cool completely before I built them. The ice cream started to melt as soon as the brownie touched them.

Then, I placed them in the freezer on a lid from a plastic bowl. There wasn't enough cold air in the freezer to keep the ice cream cool and cool the brownie down. Darn.impatience on my part. Live and learn.

Wilton Ice Cream Sandwich Pan

I don't know where I purchased this pan. It was in my cabinet for years before I decided to try my hand.

Wilton Nonstick 12-Cavity Rectangle Ice Cream Sandwich Pan
Wilton Nonstick 12-Cavity Rectangle Ice Cream Sandwich Pan
This pan works extremely well. Just spray with non-stick cooking spray. Fill with two spoonfuls of batter. Cook for 20 minutes until brownie is dry in middle, flip over and release. Easy!
 
Fill pockets with batter
Fill pockets with batter
brownie batter - directions for brownies on a separate page. I'm sure you have your own brownie recipe.
brownie batter - directions for brownies on a separate page. I'm sure you have your own brownie recipe.
 All filled.
All filled.
Bake 350. 18 minutes.
Bake 350. 18 minutes.
dry to touch.
dry to touch.
cover with parchment paper
cover with parchment paper
cover with hard surface
cover with hard surface
flip over
flip over
use mitt to lift pan off
use mitt to lift pan off
brownies fall out
brownies fall out
Pan is empty, no sticking
Pan is empty, no sticking
cute little design on each one
cute little design on each one
179 degrees. Brownies need to cool.
179 degrees. Brownies need to cool.
Immaterial recipe I used.
Immaterial recipe I used.
Immaterial recipe I used
Immaterial recipe I used
Brownies still too warm. Melted ice cream.
Brownies still too warm. Melted ice cream.
Eat quickly. Ice cream melting. Ice cream fail.
Eat quickly. Ice cream melting. Ice cream fail.

Pan Works Great

Like I mentioned previously, I don't know where I obtained this pan. Probably from the Thrift Store. Their loss, my gain.

A person could use any type of cake mix. My brownie mix worked okay. You can use your own. This page is not about how to cook brownies, nor did I include how to make brownies here. It is about using the pan.

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    • firstcookbooklady profile imageAUTHOR

      Char Milbrett 

      2 years ago from Minnesota

      Rajan Singh Jolly, thanks for your comment. The recipe wasn't mine, so that's why the picture. I got the recipe from verybestbaking.com/recipes/29519/chewy-cocoa-brownies?bvstate=pg:3/ct:r

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      2 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA.

      That sure is a useful pan to have and the brownies look really good. Wish you had uploaded the recipe and instructions too. The print in the image is too fine. Thank you.

    • firstcookbooklady profile imageAUTHOR

      Char Milbrett 

      3 years ago from Minnesota

      Yep! Thanks for your comment, Alexander James Guckenberger!

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      Alexander James Guckenberger 

      3 years ago from Maryland, United States of America

      Yummy! :)

    • firstcookbooklady profile imageAUTHOR

      Char Milbrett 

      3 years ago from Minnesota

      Margie Lynn, thanks for your comment. Yes, I'm hoping that my grandchildren will also get a kick out of these as well. Oh, and cheaters frosting: Hazelnut spread with the cocoa. Yummy.

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      Margie's Southern Kitchen 

      3 years ago from the USA

      Yum, Yum, wish I had one of those neat pans! My grandkids would love these! Thanks, Char for sharing your recipe.

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