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This Bacon Ice Cream Sandwich Just Might Be The One

Who knows, things might even get serious.

Ice cream sandwiches rock.

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The best thing about them is that there are literally no rules. Ice cream between Ritz crackers? Yes.

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Sandwiched between gooey brownies? Yes.

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This BACON WEAVE ICE CREAM SANDWICH, though? This sandwich is The One. An ice DREAM sandwich, really.

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Literally picking my jaw up off the floor right now.

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It was created by Nick from DudeFoods.com, who is a hero and a genius.

1. To make it, you first have to make 2 bacon weaves. You'll need 16 bacon strips, total. Start by laying 4 strips of bacon down so that they overlap a little.

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YES I KNOW THIS IS SIX STRIPS I'M SORRY BEAR WITH ME.

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2. Fold the end of EVERY OTHER bacon strip over just enough so that you can lay another bacon slice perpendicular to the other strips, laying on top of them.

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3. Unfold the strips, to create a weave over the perpendicular strip.

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4. Repeat, this time folding the other two bacon strips back. You need to alternate to get that ~weave~ pattern.

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5. Repeat, repeat, the end.

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Again, doing a 4 x 4 weave will be enough for this ice cream sandwich, even though the one pictured above is bigger.

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6. Microwave the weaves one at a time for 3 minutes each, on a paper towel-lined plate with another plate on top of the bacon weave. The bacon will get nice and crispy.

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7. Place a mug upside-down on top of the weave.

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8. Cut all the way around.

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9. VOILÀ! Repeat with the second weave.

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10. For the ice cream, slice about 2 inches off of the bottom of the container, to create a round.

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You can slice the very bottom of the container off first, just to make the unwrapping part easier later.

11. Ice cream ---> weave.

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12. Unpeel ice cream.

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*DEEP BREATH* IT'S ABOUT TO HAPPEN.....

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13. Complete the sandwich.

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Can. You. Even?

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Stacking is recommended but not required. Eat immediately.

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Eating two is also recommended, but not required.

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