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It’s here! Girl Scout Cookie Season!

Those little cookies are back.

The Girl Scouts, like so many of us, had to pivot their businesses a bit over the past several years to adapt to commerce with Coronavirus restrictions, but they’re still going strong. It’s hard to believe that this time a couple of years ago I was talking about pairing Girl Scout Cookies with alcohol. Seems so quaint now, doesn’t it? πŸ™‚

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Before we get into how to buy your cookies this year, let’s talk about the lineup:

I bought some yesterday and learned from the girls that there are no new flavors this year. But that’s okay because the ones they have are good. Sometimes more is just more. πŸ™‚

I did find out when I paid that the price has gone up to $6 a box. I won’t bore you with Old People Stories about how much they were per box when I was a Girl Scout. πŸ™‚

Adventurefuls were a new flavor a couple of years ago, and they are back this year. It’s a brownie-type cookie with a soft caramel center, chocolate drizzle, and sea salt. My kind of adventure. πŸ™‚

The new cookie Toast-Yay! from a few years ago is also still in the lineup this year. Any cookie that tastes like French Toast is okay by me.

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It’s shaped like a piece of toast, with a layer of icing on the bottom. Sounds like breakfast to me. πŸ™‚

Then our all-time favorites, starting with Thin Mints.

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Lemonades:

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Lemon Ups:

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Caramel Delites/Samoas:

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Shortbread/Trefoils:

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Do-Si-Dos/Peanut Butter Sandwiches:

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Peanut Butter Patties/Tagalongs:

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Caramel Chocolate Chip:

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Toffee-tastics:

 

And what respectable cookie lineup would be without s’mores? You know I love s’mores. πŸ™‚

Surely there is something in the lineup for everyone. And for you gluten-free folks, the Toffee-tastic and Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies are gluten-free!

If you are vegan, try Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Lemonades, and Toast-Yay! cookies.

If you are looking for Halal or Kosher options, you are the big winners here because every flavor variety is Kosher and Halal certified.

So how do we get our cookies this year?

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If you have a Girl Scout that you usually purchase from, (or a “dealer,” as I call mine πŸ™‚ ), check with them to see where they are selling their cookies this year.

If you don’t know a Girl Scout, you can text COOKIES to 59618 to find out where you can purchase cookies.

Or you can get the Girl Scout Cookie Finder App in your app store. This will tell you where you can find cookie booths in your area.

Or you can enter your zip code in the online Girl Scout Cookie Finder to find out where cookies will be sold in your area, and on what dates.

It shows you the address where the girls will have a booth and the hours of operation. I see that I have several options very nearby for me to get the goods. πŸ™‚ I got some from the girls in front of my grocery store yesterday afternoon.

Cookies are normally on sale through April, but that can vary by location, so check your zip code on the Girl Scout site to find out when they will be available in your area.

Then get out there and get those cookies!

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