How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350
  • Line baking sheets with parchment paper
  • In a bowl, combine Bisquick and cocoa powder
  • Set aside
  • In a bowl with mixer on medium speed, beat sugar and brown sugar, egg whites, butter and vanilla until combined
  • Stir in Bisquick mixture and milk until dough forms
  • Drop by heaping tablespoons 2" apart onto baking sheets
  • Bake 6-7 minutes, or just until center is set
  • Cool 10 minutes and then cool completely on racks
  • Spread 1/4 cup ice cream on bottom of each of 12 cookies
  • Top with remaining 12 cookies
  • Wrap individually in plastic wrap and freeze at least 2 hours
  • 174 Calories and 4 grams fat

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    " It was excellent "
    debslemm ate it and said...
    Fantastic! I made these on a whim. My entire family loved them. They taste like the real thing. The cake/cookie part even sticks to your fingers like the ones we ate as kids! This is a real keeper. What a treat.
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  • mbelisle 7 years ago
    This sounds excellent! I will be trying it as soon as I can get some Bisquick.
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  • jkirk 7 years ago
    Even low fat food can be made to taste good. I used to be able to water ski like the squirrel in your picture. If I ate more low fat food, maybe I could ski again. : )
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