Delicious ice cream sandwiches

Who needs cupcakes in the summer?

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    Jacques Torres

    Double your pleasure: Chocolate-chip-cookie ice cream fills saucer-size biscuits at Jacques Torres (350 Hudson St between Charlton and King Sts; 212-414-2462, more locations at jacquestorres.com; $5.50).

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    Ronnybrook Milk Bar

    Homestyle oatmeal-raisin cookies find their ideal mate in coconut ice cream studded with chunky chocolate-coated almonds at Ronnybrook Milk Bar (Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Ave at 15th St; 212-741-6455; $4.08).

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    Dessert Club ChikaLicious

    A chewy almond macaron wedges 80 percent Valrhona-chocolate sorbet in this dairy-free rendition from Dessert Club ChikaLicious (204 E 10th St between First and Second Aves, 212-475-0929; $2.95).

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    Bierkraft

    There's beer in the brownies at Bierkraft (191 Fifth Ave between Berkeley Pl and Union St, Park Slope, Brooklyn; 718-230-7600; $5.95)---Keegan's Mother's Milk lends a coffee note to the pecan blondie, which sandwiches Il Laboratorio's dulce de leche gelato.

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    Little Buddy Biscuit Company

    Strawberry ice cream, from Jane's Homemade in the Hudson Valley, complements the black-pepper kick in molasses-spice cookies at Little Buddy Biscuit Company (262 Fourth Ave at Carroll St, Park Slope, Brooklyn; 718-797-0100; $4.70).

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    The Meatball Shop

    You'll be surprised to find that the peanut butter cookies at The Meatball Shop (84 Stanton St at Allen St, 212-982-8895; $4) melt along with the ice cream. The trick to the creamy texture? They've never been baked.

Photograph: Noah Fecks

Jacques Torres

Double your pleasure: Chocolate-chip-cookie ice cream fills saucer-size biscuits at Jacques Torres (350 Hudson St between Charlton and King Sts; 212-414-2462, more locations at jacquestorres.com; $5.50).

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