What Happens When You Bake Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough Ice Cream?

(Photos: Andy Kryza)

The short answer is: it's awesome.

Andy Kryza of Thrillist realized that because Ben & Jerry's brand cookie dough ice cream is wonderful as ice cream, there would be a good chance that it would make great cookies as well.

He made small balls of cookie dough from the cookie dough ice cream, which he reports baked pretty well. But it's not necessarily a good idea:

It's essentially the same as the minis, but less flat and way more flavorful. If somebody said this was made with store-bought dough, I'd absolutely believe it, then laugh and inform them that most store-bought dough doesn't cost $4 per cookie. Then I'd patiently listen as they scolded me for wasting money and ice cream.

-via Jeremy Barker

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Where did all the B+J flavours go? We used to get Cherry Garcia and Chunky Monkey etc in the UK...now everything is "core" and it's all caramel/chocolate etc. All the good ones evaporated a few years ago.
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