Tuesday, August 9, 2011

PB & J Ice Cream Sandwiches


        Ahh, the simple pleasures of Summer. We are in full on Summer mode at my house.
        Not a lot of time spent in the house. I'm loving the heat and all the outdoor fun.
        Here is a simple dessert that is going to make you very happy. No oven, No fuss.
        just fast and very easy.

                                                    PB& J Ice Cream Sandwiches

          Graham crackers
          raspberry sherbet
          raspberry jam
          peanut butter

        Break graham crackers in half. Place a tablespoon of jam on one half and a
        tablespoon of peanut butter on the other half. Then scoop some sherbet in
        between and make a nice sandwich. Serve and Enjoy!

61 comments:

  1. Hi Val,
    I have never seen this done before, but it looks interesting. My girl's will have to try this! Glad you are having a good summer! =) XO ~Liz

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  2. these look absolutely fabulous val! what a creative way to use the peanut butter jelly combination with the usual white bread!

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  3. Cool & clever recipe. Must try this soon. :)

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  4. YUM!!!! That looks delicious! I'm definitely a PB&J kind of gal :)

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  5. OMG I love anything peanut butter and jelly! This looks so good to me. Can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing

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  6. We are huge PB & J fans! These look scrumptious, can't wait to try!

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  7. NO WAY! Who would think of this delicious combo. I saw PB & J and stopped in my tracks...i never dreamed this. Thanks for sharing Val!

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  8. This is so much fun! I'd love to do a make your own bar with different kinds of jelly and PB/AB

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  9. all I need to pick up is some sherbet and I'm making these! PB&J's are one of my all-time favorites!

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  10. OMG that looks amazing!! I need to make this NOW! Thanks for the recipe!

    Lots of Love,
    Simplycamyllamarinho2004@hotmail.com

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  11. BRILLIANT! Simple and complex at the same time =) love love love when you get all cah-razy in the kitchen!

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  12. oh my yum! i don't care how old i ever get. i will never get over all things peanut butter and jelly! delish!

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  13. Hi Val,
    I visited your blog today, and we are Southern Cal. gals too!! I love all the pictures of the different dishes that are shown. They look incredible! I haven't seen many blogging people from So. Cal. yet, so I'm glad to have found you. Me and my daughters just started a new blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. I would enjoy coming back to visit with you and seeing all your wonderful recipes. Hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  14. these look delicious and refreshing and amazing all rolled (stacked) into one! I cannot wait to try these out for myself!

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  15. Sounds darn delicious to me! And lucky me - I've got everything on hand =)

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  16. Love doing pb&j with graham crackers but I never would have thought of adding the sherbet. Must.try.this! :)

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  17. Oh my gosh, this sounds crazy good, have got to give it a try! ;D

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  18. So pretty. Im not sure I could eat them!

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  19. sooo creative! how do you come up with this stuff? I would have never have thought of this but it looks phenomenal!

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  20. You are so creative! These look great!

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  21. Well, it is great recipe given by you, I really tried to make it at my home, Low carb diet does not allowed high foods in carbohydrate, especially white flour, sugar and starchy vegetables.

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  22. Oh wow...this looks BEYOND delicious! Definitely trying this ASAP! :)

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  23. i would give my left arm for some american PB right now!

    norway has no shortage of jam and jelly, but there is no american PB :( id love to try these!

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  24. Well this just looks lovely, i would even try it with raspberry/banana soft serve, yummmmmmm :o)

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  25. Yes, I am sure they taste heavenly but dang it girl- they look incredible even if they didn't taste good:) My son's favorite combo and one he would just adore if I made him. Great recipe

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  26. Yum. I love quick summer foods, especially ones as fun as this.

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  27. Oh my goodness, how yummy! I need to make this!

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  28. These look uh-mazing!!! What a clever idea!

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  29. val those look so cute, what a great idea!! bet your daughter loves all your fun creations!!

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  30. Every single time I come by here I'm razzled and dazzled by your creations. These look as cute as they probably taste! Take care Val.

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  31. you are so talented--this idea is so fab! i am sure my kiddos would be head over heels:)

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  32. oh my goodness. this is just amazing.

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  33. Val you never cease to amaze me! You have the funnest and tastiest ideas! Can't wait to try :)

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  34. Wow... I am just about speechless this is such an amazing idea!

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  35. Oh my goodness... i love love love raspberry sherbet so you definitely sold it to me here ;)

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  36. oooo...these look great! Love that it is quick too. Just made ice cream sandwiches for Sophia's school treat - good to have this recipe on hand for a quick indulging snack : )

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  37. You better believe I'm trying this at the beach next weekend!!

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  38. Wow, how beautiful. Thank you for the idea!

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  39. These look like OOEY GOOEY DELICIOUSNESS! Love it!

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  40. OMG, are you kidding me with these! They are beautiful and look sinful!

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  41. What a creative and beautiful snack!

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  42. Oh wow, these PB&J ice cream sandwiches look so good! Your photographs are amazing! What a perfect snack for a southern California summer - something I'm really missing just now as we got home to England from LA yesterday and it's really grey and overcast. *Sigh*

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  43. Way too much yummines! The pink is so pretty too:)

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  44. Wow these are certainly generous helpings! Looks delicious!

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  45. Yes please! What a creative spin on the classic PB&J!

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  46. OMG what a great idea!!! I'm lactose intolerant so no ice cream for me but I can definitely have sherbet!!! so excited to try these <3

    xo Jackie
    http://livingaftermidnite.blogspot.com

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  47. i was JUST telling my friend how much i used to love eating pb&j on saltines when i was a kid. yum!! this post brings back memories!

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  48. Val, I'm so glad you just pinned these b/c I would have missed them otherwise. They look so good! Raspberry sorbet is my favorite flavor, too.

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