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How to make Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups for Ice Cream

The other day, I was yet again looking for something to sweet to eat. Never mind that I need to work on my self discipline when it comes to treats. But it was Friday night, and I had behaved all week, and even hit the gym a few times, so I was in the mood for a treat. Can you blame me?

 

 

Originally I thought about just heading to the freezer and grabbing a roll of our grain-free Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, which is made by our friends at Cappello’s. We approached them almost 5 years ago to help bring our fabulous paleo-friendly cookie dough to market, and they did a wonderful job. All these years later, we’re seeing celebs like Kourtney Kardashian enjoy our cookie dough! Talk about surreal.

 


So we have about 20 rolls in the freezer, and I figured I’d slice off a few cookies and maybe even bake them. Then Hayley suggested chopping up some of the raw (egg-free) dough and mixing it into some Nadamoo for some good old fashioned cookie dough ice cream. But before I can even set about to making that, she comes up with another idea: Shape the dough into edible ice cream cups. Baked chocolate chip cookies made into ice cream cups? I’m so there.

 

 

So I greased up some non-stick muffin tins (our favorite brand is USA PAN, made here in Pittsburgh PA), and shaped the cookie dough into little cups inside the muffin tins. An entire roll of Cappello’s dough makes about 10-12 cups. You can stretch it to 12, but 10 is easily achieved.

 

 

One thing you want to make sure of is that you spread it as thinly as possible while maintaining coverage. The dough will rise while baking, so keep that in mind. Once you have all the cups shaped uniformly, put them in a 350F oven for about 15 minutes. You can go a little longer for more crispy cups, if you’d like.

 

Allow the cups to cool for about 10 minutes, then twist to help remove from the muffin pan. At this point, it’s your choice whether you want to enjoy these warm with ice cream inside, or let them cool even more.

 

 

This treat is SO easy with our grain-free chocolate chip cookie dough. You can certainly try it with home made cookie dough, but these directions work perfectly for our cookie dough by Cappello’s.

 

Hope you enjoy this! Make sure you tag us on Instagram if you decide to try it!

 

Bill & Hayley

 

Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Cups

There are so many different types of ice cream cones, but no one has really pioneered the edible ice cream CUP... until now! We love having single scoop ice cream cups made from chocolate chip cookies. Our cookie dough by Cappello's is the perfect dough to use for this!

Serves: 12

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Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. Allow the cookie dough to defrost or soften if frozen (30 minutes should do). Meanwhile preheat your oven to 350F with a rack in the middle position.
  2. Grease a non-stick muffin pan with coconut oil.
  3. Cut the cookie dough into 12 equal portions, and place a portion into each muffin tin.
  4. Shape the cookie dough up the walls of each muffin tin to from a cookie dough shell, making sure to evenly spread into the thinnest layer possible.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes, then allow to cool for 10 minutes before trying to remove. We find that twisting the cookie cups in their tins helps get them out easily.
  6. Enjoy with a scoop of your favorite ice cream!
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    COMMENTS

    1. mom2one
      March 12, 2018

      OH! We love your cookie dough! This is genius! Can you tell me what ice-cream your are using here? It looks divine!

    2. March 12, 2018

      In these photos, we used the regular old Turkey Hill (5-ingredient) Vanilla. But we really like Nadamoo for a dairy-free option! đŸ™‚

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