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Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich

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Sourdough chocolate chip ice cream sandwich
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Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich

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5 from 4 reviews

  • Author: sourdoughjesha
  • Total Time: 0 hours
  • Yield: 23 Ice Cream Sandwiches 1x


This is the best sourdough chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwich you’ll ever eat! Cold and creamy vanilla ice cream stuffed between two soft and chewy sourdough chocolate chip cookies. This delicious ice cream sandwich is made with simple, clean ingredients like coconut sugar, coconut oil, and pastured eggs, and lightly sweetened with coconut sugar. The sourdough chocolate chip cookies are perfectly soft on the inside and chewy in the middle. Plus, the cookies are naturally fermented so they’re gut healthy.



Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookies:

Ice Cream:



  1. In a small bowl, whisk 1 egg and add using a spoon add 27g to a medium bowl.
  2. Melt coconut oil until it becomes liquid (warm but not hot). Now add coconut sugar, sourdough starter, salt, and coconut oil to the medium bowl (with the egg).
  3. Using a spoon, mix ingredients together until combined.
  4. Now add flour, chocolate chips, and baking soda. Using the back of your spoon and/or your hands combine all ingredients until you form a ball.
  5. Place your dough covered in a small Tupperware or wrap it in saran wrap. Be sure the dough is tightly sealed so it doesn’t become dry on the outside.
  6. Ferment your dough (at room temperature) on your counter for 10+ hours. You can ferment overnight or during the day, whatever works best for your schedule.
  7. When you’re ready to bake, preheat your oven to 350f.
  8. Divide cookie dough into 4-6 cookies, depending on how large you want your cookies to be. I like each cookie to weigh around 50-55g.
  9. Place on a baking sheet and bake for 8-12 minutes or until lightly browned on the sides. The centers will look soft.
  10. Remove from the oven and let cookies fully cool on the baking sheet (at least 1 hour)*. After 10 minutes, you can also pop them in the fridge or freezer to speed up the process. *It’s important to let the cookies cool so the ice cream doesn’t get too melty when you’re creating the ice cream sandwich.
  11. Flip a cooled cookie over and place a scoop of ice cream on top. Use your scoop to gently spread the ice cream to the edges. Sandwich a cookie on top and gently press it all together.
  12. Roll sides into mini chocolate chips. Be quick during this process!
  13. Now place the ice cream sandwiches on a plate and place them in the freezer for 15 minutes (so it firms up a bit). And that’s it! Enjoy!
  14. If you’re not enjoying them right away, keep ice cream sandwiches on the plate in the freezer until it’s completely firm (this can be 2-3 hours or overnight) and then place them in a freezer bag or closed Tupperware.


*For thinner cookies use 100g of flour and for thicker cookies use 105g of flour.

  • Fermentation Time: 10+ hours
  • Cook Time: 8-12 Minutes
  • Cuisine: Dessert


  • Danna

    Can you use whole wheat flour instead of all purpose flour?

    • Hi! The cookies will definitely turn out drier. I would recommend white spelt flour, ap flour (organic stone ground is what I do), or you can try 50/50 AP and Whole Wheat. Keep me posted on how you like them!

  • Abigail Saenz

    Hi! Could you use almond flour instead of all purpose in this recipe? I am trying to make it paleo-ish. Appreciate your help!

    • Hi Abigail! I don’t recommend replacing it. But are you gluten intolerant non-celiac? I was paleo/grain-free for years and transitioned my diet to incorporate fermented grains (never looked back, remained symptom free)… if you’re open to it, you could give it a try!

  • Turns out perfect! Chewy and fluffy!!!

    Can you let them ferment in the fridge?

    • Hi Tori!! Yay! You can definitely ferment in the fridge too but it shouldn’t replace the counter fermentation. The counter fermentation unlocks the most health benefits. Fermenting in the fridge might affect texture slightly! Reduce flour by 5g or so. Can you report back once you make it?

  • Dewies

    The best cookies I’ve ever had. I’m a very big fan of everything sourdough but before this recipe, all of the sourdough cookies I’ve made were dense, dry, and doughy. Not this recipe. Thank God. The tanginess of the sourdough starter is so good, the cookies are nice and chewy with a slightly crisp outside, sooo perfect. They’re even good frozen–extra chewy. I also made ice cream cookie cups using this recipe by using an upside-down muffin tin as a mold. Froze the raw dough for a bit in the freezer, baked, and they came out perfectly. All I’d say is that the cookies were a little bit salty. Other than that, I’m going to make all of Jesha’s sourdough cookie recipes. They’re that good!

    • Hi Audrey! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave this review and for all your sweet words. I am so happy you loved them and my fave is keeping them refrigerated!! OH that’s so smart with the muffin tin, love that idea! Way easier than what I do lol. Keep me posted on everything you bake!!

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