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Sweet 4th of July Graham Cracker Ice Cream Sandwiches

This post is sponsored by Dreyer’s/EDY’S® Frozen Custard​ a​nd SocialMoms.​The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.


As a child, my favorite 4th of July memories were eating ice cream sandwiches on the curb of the street while watching our local 4th of July parade. Now that I have children, my favorite thing to serve them on the 4th of July are ice cream sandwiches. Over the years, I have gotten a little creative on how to make ice cream sandwiches, and my kids all-time favorite way to eat ice cream sandwiches is with their favorite flavor of Dreyer’s/EDY’S® ice cream in-between two pieces of graham crackers and covered in sprinkles.

4th of July Graham Cracker Ice Cream Sandwiches

This year, America’s beloved all-American treat, Dreyer’s/EDY’S® has introduced Frozen Custard, and we couldn’t wait to try making our favorite ice cream sandwiches with the new product. The result was the kids felt like they were eating “gelato” ice cream sandwiches, and that they were creamier, thicker and richer than before. Watching my kids lick the dripping frozen custard off their ice cream sandwiches on this warm summer afternoon brought back many special memories from my childhood.

4th of July Graham Cracker Ice Cream Sandwiches

Making these sweet treats is as easy as 1-2-3, so parents don’t have to take time away from creating special memories with their children.

Supplies needed:
Graham Crackers
Dreyer’s/EDY’S® Old Fashioned Vanilla Frozen Custard
Red, White and Blue Sprinkles

1. Scoop the Dreyer’s/EDY’S® Old Fashioned Vanilla Frozen Custard onto 1/2 of a graham cracker piece.
2. Top with the other piece of graham cracker.
3. Dip the sides into a bowl of red, white and blue sprinkles.
4. Serve, enjoy and create special memories while savoring this sweet treat.

4th of July Graham Cracker Ice Cream Sandwiches

Enjoy creating this special treat with your children during the 4th of July, and have a safe and happy holiday. Dreyer’s/EDY’S® Old Fashioned Vanilla Frozen Custard can easily be found in your local store by using the online store locator.

Kids eating ice cream on the 4th of July

We want to know….Do you have a favorite 4th of July recipe? Share it with us in the comments below for a chance to win a gift pack that will contain coupons to redeem for free Dreyer’s/EDY’S® Frozen Custard, ice cream scoops, bowls and spoons – everything they need for their own Frozen Custard party! We can’t wait to see what you have to share with us. We will pick a winner on July get creative, and start sharing with us your favorite 4th of July recipe.

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  1. I may not be the originator of the recipe but I love the flag sheet cake made with strawberries and blueberries.

  2. We eat barbecue like most families, so there isn’t much room for improvement to make an original recipe. We also serve potato and macaroni salad, which would give the opportunity to make them more festive. WE could make a fruit salad with raspberries and blueberries to give it the red white and blue look.

  3. I would set up an ice cream bar with all the healthy toppings like nuts and fruit!

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