Sunny Anderson shares trough cookie and eggnog ice cream sandwich recipes

The celebrity chef’s delicious treats will get your family and friends into the holiday spirit.
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Transcript for Sunny Anderson shares trough cookie and eggnog ice cream sandwich recipes
"Gma's" ultimate Christmas cookies with great recipes. Who better to kick it off from food network, sunny Anderson. I eat cookies. I eat cookies. What are trough cookies. I'm sick and tired of crushing candy canes. If you want to learn how to make cookies hang out with food network. We're doing cookie lessons all over the place. That's right. That's right. I'll show you how to make my trough cookie. You would think it's because I'm a pig but it's because there's bacon in it so we got the butter and a little -- okay, yeah. Yeah. Put bacon in your cookies. You can put bacon anywhere. Excuse me. Yeah, yeah. Okay. So in here I'm just adding some flour. The egg. That's the crisp bacon right here. Bacon shower. Bacon. Some milk chocolate chips. Anything you want. Toffee chip, little bits. The bits not the chips. The bits. Soda powder, both baking. That's whatter we doing, we're baking. Mix that up. Mix it up. Easy. Once it's mixed up it will look like this. Take a little ball, roll it up, get it on to your parchment lined sheet. Water on your palm helps you flatten without getting cookie on your hand. Thank you. More cookie on the sheet. Let's make the ice cream. We can make this at home. You can make ice cream at home. Without the ice cream maker. I don't have an ice cream maker. I mean -- But -- I actually do have an ice cream maker. It's a man with muscles. I'll show you how. 350, 12 minutes, always underbake your cookies just a little bit. Bring them out and cool them so they're nice and chewy on the inside and not brittle. I'll show you how to make ice cream at home. Without the ice cream. Two cups of heavy cream. Two cups of eggnog. You can do half and half but it's the holidays. All right. A cup of sugar. A little drop of vanilla extract. Okay. You're going to pour all of that into a sealable plastic bag then you'll get a big sealable plastic container and add ice in there and you can do coarse salt or like me and overbuy salt pour some regular salt on to it and close it up and then you just put it -- Alexa, 20 minutes on the ice cream timer and then you just shake -- That's when your man does that. Shake it for 20 minutes. It comes out just like this. So you're making it into a sandwich. Make it into a sandwich. That's right. I like this. That looks good. You get it on there. I'll show you how to sandwich it up simply with curb appeal. Squeeze it down. Then you're going to roll it. Just roll it. Just roll it. That's really. Boom. You always make it look so easy. Because it is. I'm so sick of chefs, you know what I'm saying. It's so simple. I mean, I can do this, you can do this. You can join us on the food network app. We show you how to do this step by step. If you want to watch me shake for 0 minute, come on through and hang out. Seriously, this is all simple. I say if we do holiday cooking swapping let's do something This is different. This is good. What a way to kick it off.

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