Girl Scouts Are Unleashing A New Line Of Treats — This Is Not A Drill
Pillsbury has introduced baking mixes inspired by Girl Scout Cookie flavors.
Perk up, scouts! Girl Scout Cookie season doesn't have to end in the spring.
You can now bake two of the most popular Girl Scout Cookie flavors at home year-round with Pillsbury's new brownie, blondie and cupcake mixes.
The Thin Mints and Caramel & Coconut flavored mixes are available nationwide, but there's no word on if more flavors will become available.
The suggested retail price of $3.29 actually makes the mixes cheaper than a traditional box of Girl Scout Cookies, and, according to Pillsbury, there are no added colors, preservatives or artificial flavors.
This may be the Girl Scouts' most clever business idea to date — though it's hard to top the Portland scout who camped outside a local pot dispensary to push her cookies in February.
This video includes clips from Pillsbury and Girls Scouts of the USA, and images from Pillsbury.
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