I know the dates vary by region, but here in Colorado this is the last week to buy Girl Scout cookies (if you want to stock up, they hold up great in the freezer. Especially the Thin Mints. Frozen Thin Mints…mmm mmm mmm.)
So — the last of the Girl Scout cookie recipes to hold us over until this time next year! I’m betting Trefoils would be awesome in regular s’mores, but if you don’t have time for a campfire, here’s an easy alternative.
- 1 box Trefoil Girl Scout Cookies
- 1/2 c semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 Tb butter
- marshmallow creme
- waxed paper
- Cover cookie sheet or plate with waxed paper and set aside.
- Combine chocolate chips and butter in a small, microwaveable bowl. Heat for 15 seconds at a time, stirring in between, until chocolate is melted.
- Spread marshmallow creme on one side of a Trefoil cookie. Add top cookie and dip halfway in chocolate mixture. Place cookie sandwiches on waxed paper and refrigerate for one hour before serving.
The chocolate mixture also works great for chocolate-dipped strawberries or dried fruit. Yum!
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I have no idea what the other comments on this recipe are about…. clearly these people are not making cookies. I found a box of girl scout cookies in the pantry. I think they were only about five or six years old so I made this recipe. I don’t like chocolate. So I added pineapple frosting and coated it with coconut. It was pretty good especially the marshmallow cream and pineapple frosting although a bit dry and stale.
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I find this article very insenettirg as I can relate to these practices. We have girls coming around our block every year to sell these cookies and they do support a larger cause than we may realize. Usually these girls are very knowledgeable in what they stand for which I think is very important because it puts a positive message behind their efforts. The Girl Scout Foundation seemed to have successfully branded itself in America to be a great opportunity for young girls to participate in to learn the skills mentioned in the article. Overall this is remarkable that boxes of cookies can stand for so much and it surprises me how far this message travels across the nation and by girls who start in elementary school.