Starbucks Ice Cream Recipes


Starbucks Coffee Ice Cream is one of those earthly items I know I will be seeing in Heaven. Honestly, each scoop is a tiny bit of heaven on my tongue. I would live off of this ice cream if I could! (It’s a good thing I am not lactose intolerant, right?!)

When devouring this treat, I will either eat it out of the container or I will (more politely) put it in a bowl and savor. But wait! Until… I found this easy-easy recipe for Java Chip Sandwiches (Starbucks Java Chip Frappuccino Ice Cream – one of my favorites of the bunch!) Check it out:



4 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes

1 pint Starbucks® Java Chip Frappuccino® Ice Cream

8 pizzelle cookies

Remove lid from Starbucks® Java Chip Frappuccino® Ice Cream. Carefully cut through carton, with a serrated knife, to make 4 even slices; peel off carton.

Arrange 4 cookies on platter, layer each with an Ice Cream slice, then top with remaining cookies. Sprinkle, if desired, with confectioners sugar.


Starbucks Ice Cream has a bunch of mouth-watter recipes including:

    Salted Carmel Signature Hot Chocolate Sundaes.
    Frozen Tiramisu
    Coffee Bananas Foster
    Mocha Cream Sodas Floats

My mouth is watering… Many more recipes visit: Starbucks Ice Cream Recipes

I made the Java Chip ice cream sandwiches, and they were a little messy (I had a hard time cutting through the container!) but absolutely delicious! You could easily substitute any favorite cookie or another Starbucks ice cream (with or without coffee) for this recipe. In fact, I used snicker doodle cookies!

Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Starbucks and received coupons and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate. For full disclosure click here.

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