Girl Scout cookies are sold each year by Girl Scout troops across the country. They are the organization's main fundraiser. Since 1917, girls in the organization have sold them. One resource said about 200 million boxes are sold each year in America.
Most of us aren't too picky when it comes to Girl Scout cookies—we tend to like just about every type. Everyone seems to have a favorite, though. That is what makes certain types more well-loved than others. Check out this list of the most popular Girl Scout cookies and see if your must-haves made the list.
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Little Brownie Bakers call their cookie a Samoas®. ABC Bakers call their version of the same cookie a Caramel deLites™. Regardless of what they are called, these vanilla cookies are covered in caramel, rolled in caramel and then striped with chocolate—and are some of the most popular Girl Scout cookies that people request each year. Each 7-ounce box contains approximately 15 cookies. So why not make your own batch at home and bake as many as you'd like?
Want to spice up your next batch of brownies with a little Samoa/Caramel deLites flavor? Make your brownies more special with these Samoas® a.k.a. Caramel deLites™.
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When most people think of Girl Scout cookies, they think of Thin Mints. They have been offered for decades and tend to be one of the most popular Girl Scout cookies. Thin Mints are a thin chocolate-peppermint cookie coated in chocolate. Just as their name states, they are thin, but that doesn't mean they skimp on flavor. The inside has a crumbly cookie texture that combines chocolate and mint in a way that only the Girl Scouts seem to do. You get about 32 cookies in a 10-ounce box.
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Do-Si-Dos™ are a product of Little Brownie Bakers. ABC Bakers make the peanut butter sandwiches. They both come in an 8-ounce box with about 20 cookies in it. These are a peanut butter lovers' delight, as they feature peanut butter sandwiched between two peanut butter cookies.
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Most of us remember these cookies from years past, as they feature the Girl Scouts logo prominently on each one. We probably all know how they taste—they are shortbread cookies—but that doesn't make them any less awesome. The taste and texture are just right, leaving other shortbread cookie recipes always trying to measure up.