Girl Scout Cookies Flavors
Thin Mints® - Crisp wafers covered in a chocolate coating. It's made with natural oil of peppermint.
Samoas® - Crisp cookies that are coated in caramel, sprinkled with toasted coconut, and striped with dark chocolaty coating.
Tagalongs® - Crispy cookies that are layered with peanut butter and covered with a chocolaty coating.
Trefoils® - Shortbread cookies
Do-si-dos® - A crunchy oatmeal sandwich cookie with a creamy peanut butter filling.
Savannah Smiles® - Crisp, zesty lemon wedge cookies that are dusted with powdered sugar.
Toffee-tastic™ - A rich, buttery cookie with sweet, crunchy golden toffee bits. There is also a gluten-free version
Girl Scout S'mores™ - Graham sandwich cookies with creamy chocolate and marshmallowy filling
NEW - Caramel Chocolate Chip - You guessed it, a chocolate chip cookie with caramel and a hint of sea salt. Yummmmy.
It's officially Girl Scout cookie season!
Who doesn't love Girl Scout cookies? Starting today, it's officially Girl Scout cookie season and there's a new flavor this year... Caramel Chocolate Chip. The best part? It's gluten-free, 170 calories (per serving), 12 grams of sugar, and 8 grams of fat.
Did you know?
- The S’more flavor was the last flavor that debuted back in 2016 on National S’mores Day (August 10).
- The price of Girl Scout cookies is set locally by each of the Girl Scout councils.
The Girl Scouts started over 100 years ago in Muskogee, Oklahoma. The members baked cookies and sold them locally in their area in 1917. The first commercially-baked cookies went on sale in 1934.
The Girl Scouts have a Girl Scout Cookie Finder app and website where customers can type in their ZIP code. Some Girl Scout councils also sell online.
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