Tis the season for delicious Girl Scout Cookies!

We love supporting our kids, especially when it comes to delicious Girl Scout Cookies. Here are some fun and creative twists on serving the classic cookies! Why not try one at your next party?

1. Thin Mint Milkshakes

Why not create your own delicious chocolate cookie by taking your favorite vanilla ice cream or low fat frozen yogurt, scooping it into the blender, add a 1/2 cup of milk, and a few of your favorite savory thin mint cookies? Yes! A delicious frosty treat is ahead! Mmm mmm taste the support!

2. Samoa Streudel

The samoa’s delicious blend of coconut and caramel, when crushed, can serve as a delicious low-calorie topper to roasted apples! Preheat the oven to 400. Then scoop out the core & slice off the top of some delicious honeycrisp apples and place them in a casserole dish. Stuff the apples with the crushed samoa mixture. Bake for 50 minutes, and enjoy the best little roasted apples ever!

3. Do Si Dos A La Mode

Make your favorite pudding pie with a do si do crust! It’s quick and simple: just crush your do si dos – sorry delicious dos! – and layer your pie pan with them. Then make an instant chocolate pudding recipe per the instructions and fold in whipped cream when your done. Freeze the whole thing for a few hours and voila! Peanut butter freezer box pie!

4. Tagalong Toppers

Don’t mess with perfection. Serve these lovelies alongside your favorite sparkling prosecco.

5.  Bananas in the Trefoils

Why not toss two frozen bananas and a splash of cinnamon in a blender to create your own fat free ice cream substitute? A little trefoil topper and voila – a belt-friendly dessert for all to enjoy!

Here’s a great list we found of recipes from other fans – and make sure you get a box to support the scouts while you’re there!

Love cookies? Why not join us on our Great Cookie Exchange Pinterest Board for this and many other delicious cookie recipes? 

Enjoy!

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