Julie’s Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich a gluten-free frozen treat…with a cherry on top

Julie's Organic Gluten-Free Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies

Julie’s Organic Gluten-Free Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies

Julie’s Organic Gluten-Free Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwich Cookie – $5.99+

I didn’t know they existed until I was wandering down the frozen food aisle of my local Earth Fare grocery store.  I was just glancing in and out of the freezers, looking for something…anything…that might catch my eye.  Something that might be gluten-free.  Maybe.  If I prayed really hard and closed my eyes…maybe it would be so.

Or something to that affect…just less dramatic.

The fact of the matter was, I was at the grocery store and as I was searching the aisles, I stumbled across two new flavors of gluten-free ice cream sandwiches from Julie’s.  Thrilled?  Yes.  Ecstatic?  Very much.  Did I buy them?  OF COURSE!

And then…the reality of my overflowing gluten-free pantry hit…and I didn’t get to eat them.  Not right away.  Not until two nights ago, in fact.  Thank goodness there was no freezer burn on them.  I would have cried had it been so.

The Cherry Cheesecake Sandwich Cookies are amazing.  No…they really are.  Picture with me, if you will…two chocolate sandwich cookies (manufactured by Glutenfreeda…so they are gluten-free) that are packed…literally packed full of cherry cheesecake ice cream.  If that sounds amazing to you, then let me tell you…this is not a figment of my overactive foodie imagination.  No, my friends.  This reality was brought to life by Julie’s Organic Ice Cream.

Cherry and chocolate is a fantastic combination as it is, but this ice cream sandwich brings out the best of everything sweet that I love.  Cherries…check.  Cheesecake…check.  Chocolate…check.  Ice cream…check.  Totally gluten-free too.  Which means…I get ice cream sandwiches!!

I had been previously blown away by the taste, texture, and awesomeness of the original (chocolate gluten-free cookies with vanilla ice cream) ice cream sandwiches and the Lemon Yogurt Ice Cream Sandwiches (lemon yogurt between vanilla gluten-free cookies).  So, I figured this one had a lot to live up to.  But…I have a lot of faith in these products as they have not only impressed me, but impressed my friends who can eat regular ice cream sandwiches.  So much that they prefer these instead!

The Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwich Cookie is a mouthful to say…but it’s a delight to eat.  Honestly.  I love the way the soft chocolate cookie melts away with the delicious and smooth cherry cheesecake ice cream.  Totally wowed by this flavor.  The lemon is still my favorite thus far…but this one is a very close second.  It was like biting into a cheesecake with a chocolate crust.  It brought back so many delicious and amazing memories.  I can’t wait to devour the other one waiting for me in the freezer.

As far as sweet, ice-creamy snacks go, the nutrition information on this one isn’t too bad.  One ice cream sandwich will set you back 200 calories and 9 grams of fat.  That’s not bad for an ice cream sandwich.  And, let me tell you, it is worth every creamy, dreamy calorie.  For real.

Search high and low for these at your local grocery store…and if you don’t see them, see if the store can order them in.  Trust me…you’ll want to take a bite out of these…and then polish it off.  It’s hard to eat just one.

Julie's Organic Gluten-Free Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwich Cookie (unwrapped)

Julie’s Organic Gluten-Free Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwich Cookie (unwrapped)

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