Do you live for the time of year when Girl Scouts come around knocking on your door asking you to buy some Girl Scout cookies? I have to admit that I am a sucker for the Thin Mints and Tagalongs and always end up buying a couple of boxes to last me until the next time the Girl Scouts come around, but they never make it that long.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get your Girl Scout cookie fix anytime of year? Well, now you can. Several homemade recipes for these scrumptious cookies are popping up on the blogosphere.
So, whether you want to create a healthier version of your favorite cookie, or you just want to get your fix during the off season, try some of these recipes:
- Tagalongs: Baking Bites has a recipe for this Girl Scout’s peanut butter patty.
- Thin Mints: Serious Eats has a version for this popular cookie.
- Samoas: Christine’s Cuisine makes this chocolately, caramely, coconuty cookie in bar form .
- Do-Si-Dos: Baking Bites has a recipes that produces a larger version of these peanut butter sandwich cookies.
- Shortbread Cookies: CD Kitchen’s recipes makes an astounding 60 of these copy=-cat cookies, which ifs definitely more than you get in the Girl Scout’s box.
- Thanks-a-lot: Delish has the recipe for the two tone cookies that are like the chocolate and vanilla Girl Scout cookies.
- The Original Cookies: Lemondrop.com has the recipe for the original Girl Scout Cookie, which were the cookies the Girl Scouts used to bake and sell for a quarter a dozen before they became the sensation they are today.
What’s your Girl Scout fix?Â I’m a Samoa girl, all the way.