Ice Cream Bites and Vegan Chocolate Syrup


This is one of those recipes that’s hardly even a recipe. If you use chocolate chips instead of making your own chocolate sauce, it’s even less of a recipe! Like most kids, mine will eat ice cream anytime – when it’s snowing, in the middle of a heat wave, when it’s raining, whenever. So this after school treat in March in Canada should not be surprising.

The reason I went with making my own syrup instead of using chocolate was only because I wanted to try out some vegan chocolate recipes – and this one was amazing.

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Vegan Chocolate Sauce via Happy Herbivore
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa
1/4 cup water
2 tbsp agave nectar
1 tbsp water
1 tbsp cornstarch
Ice Cream Bites via This Chick Cooks
ice cream
vanilla wafers
chocolate for melted (or chocolate syrup)
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To make the syrup all you do is mix the cornstarch with 2 tbsp of water and set it aside. Then whisk the cocoa and the water together, stir in the agave and the cornstarch mixture. Bring it to a boil and keep stirring till it’s thick enough to set up but thin enough to coat the ice cream sandwiches (OR you can just melt about a cup of chocolate chips and add a teeny bit of oil). Then assemble your little sandwiches! I cut each vanilla wafter in 3 pieces and used about a tablespoon or so of ice cream.
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Now coat the little sandwiches with the chocolate syrup and pop in the fridge for a few hours till it’s set up. So so so good and such a fun surprise for the kids after school.
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