Hey guys, it’s Ro, welcome to another Nerdy Nummies I got so many requests from you guys to make another emoji themed treat And you guys know that I love the cute little poo emoji, and my baking line has a poo cookie cutter so I thought Oh, what would be yummy? I want to make something cool for the summer so today We are gonna be making poo emoji themed ice cream sandwiches Let’s get started! The recipe that we’re making today is a chocolate cookie, perfect for ice cream sandwiches. The things you’ll need will be: flour, cocoa powder, sugar, eggs baking powder, salt, almond extract, vanilla extract, and butter. Now let’s put it all together! The first step to making these chocolate cookies is measuring our dry ingredients and placing them in a large mixing bowl. Starting with flour, we need 2 and 3/4 cups, 3/4 cup of cocoa powder, 1 teaspoon of baking powder, and 1/4 teaspoon of salt. Now whisk this together ’till well combined and set off to the side. Next up in a large bowl, cream together your butter and sugar. Starting with sugar, measure one and a half cups, one cup of butter, which is two sticks, then using an electric hand mixer mix together until it’s light and fluffy. Now add two eggs, mixing in between each addition. Pour our vanilla extract, add one teaspoon, and our almond extract, add half a teaspoon. Then mix together one more time. Our butter mixture is ready, our dry mixture is ready, Next step, pour all of the dry mixture into the butter mixture and mix together until well combined I like to start mixing at a low speed so you don’t get a big poof dust cloud, then work your way up to a medium OH NO! Cookie dough is ready, It’s time to chill in the fridge, now you can just pop a lid on this bowl and put it in the fridge, but because it’s a larger batch I still want to divide it in two and wrap them up tight so that they’ll chill faster We are chilling our dough for 1 hour But you can leave it in the fridge for up to 24 hours Our dough has chilled, it’s time to roll it out Sprinkle some flour on top of your work surface so that the dough won’t stick Now roll out your dough a quarter inch thick. I have two pink guide rings on the ends of my rolling pin this just ensures It will be perfectly a quarter inch tall Once your dough is rolled out, cut out your cookies and place them onto a baking sheet lined with a piece of parchment paper so they won’t stick. Our cookies are ready to bake, heat your oven to 325 degrees and bake for 12 minutes We want them to be nice and soft for our ice cream sandwiches. While the cookies are baking and cooling, we’re gonna prepare Our ice cream. You can use whatever ice cream flavour you’d like, but I’m using chocolate because it looks like poo! First step, I have a cookie sheet in front of me, grease it lightly, you don’t need a lot Just want the plastic wrap to stick on the top. One horizontal, and one vertical leaving overhang on each side. Next step is gonna get a little messy: scoop all of the ice cream into the baking sheet I got some food safe gloves, and I’m just gonna scoop it in there, just go for it That’s okay. That’s okay. That’s okay. Depending on the size of your tray, just fill it up to the top I’m gonna need a couple cartons of ice cream. Smooth it flat. I’m using a big spatula. Just take your time It’s okay if it melts, you want it to melt, because we’re going to refreeze it. Now flip up the sides of the plastic wrap and put it in the freezer. While the ice cream is freezing in the fridge It’s the perfect time to decorate. In front of me our cookies have baked They’ve had plenty of time to cool and remember you only need to decorate half of them because that will be the top I’ve scooped some white and black royal icing into piping bags with number two tips at the end Or if you’re using my tip set it is the color blue. Start with the white royal icing and pipe two large ovals for the eyes and a smiley face on the top of each cookie. Then using the black royal icing pipe smaller ovals Inside each eyeball. Our cookies are decorated, and I’ve taken the ice cream out of the freezer. Now unwrap it I’m using a cutting board that I wrapped in saran wrap so that it won’t stick, place it on top of the ice cream I’m using oven mitts because this cookie sheet is so cold, and flip it upside down Just like that. Take your poo cookie-cutter, dip it into some hot water, and cut out as many as you can Oh, perfect! Place it on top of the cookie, push it out, and boom! Look at that! ready to serve. Now make as many as you’d like and TADA! Here are the poo emoji ice cream sandwiches that we’ve made today a big Thank you to you guys for suggesting another thing emoji themed. I absolutely love the little poo emoji and these turned out so cute I’ll be posting the recipe on rosannapansino.com and a bunch of pictures on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram If you guys make these ice cream sandwiches or any other cool treat with the little Poo cookie cutter Please take a picture and send it to me. I love seeing your baking creations. It just makes me happy It makes my day, and if you have any other ideas for any other nerdy nummies Please let me know, leave me a comment down below, and I will do my best to make it happen Alright, thanks again you guys, bye-bye! And now I get to have one for me. It looks like poop all the way around look at it Mmm. It’s not too hard, not too soft mmm-mmm-mmm *outro*

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