Friday, February 4, 2011

Girl Scout Cookies Cheap!

Girl Scout Cookies cheap and All Year!
Never a bad thing when you start to hear the familiar names Samoas, Do-Si-Dos, Tagalongs, or more commonly caramel delights, peanut-butter sandwich, and peanut butter patties. I probably could have just said "Thin Mints" and everyone would instantly know what I was talking about. It's that time, they're back. Girl Scout Cookies are everywhere in sight and what everyone is talking about. Seems you can't go to a local store and not see a troop of girls in uniform screaming for you to buy these little boxes of joy but at what cost. I'll tell you at what cost. $4 bucks a box! That's so absurd to me because the boxes are small as anything and they're running a strict cash only business in my parts.

Rest assured fellow hungry bloggers I have a solution. KEEBLER.. yes yes.. The little elves we all grew up with. You want Samoas (caramel delights) Keebler has you covered with their Coconut Dream's cookie, you want Thin Mints BOOM Grasshopper Fudge etc etc. Keebler pretty much has a response to every Girl Scout cookie kind and for WAY cheaper. For example this evening I bought 4 boxes for $10 and the boxes are gigantic compared to the Girl Scout Cookie ones. $6 savings for a bigger amount.

Oh ya.. Almost forgot the most important aspect of this quick post.. You know the yummy Girl Scout Cookies I'm trying to persuade you not to buy? You know the one's that are your favorite and that you don't mind spending the extra money on? Ya, those?  KEEBLER MAKES THEM. That's right, KEEBLER makes the actual Girl Scout Cookies you buy from the Girl Scouts as well as the same recipe packaged in their own wrappings. =]


  1. Where I can find those Scout Girls you talk about?
    Americans are so lucky, they have little girls delivering sweets to your home. That would be really creepy here...

  2. Mmm Girl Scout Cookies, what was the flavor with the mint in the center covered with chocolate? Those are AMAZING.

  3. Thin Mints have the mint center!

  4. I'll have to try this, thanks for the info.

  5. ...This is useful information indeed. Thin Mints, Tagalongs, and Samoas, here I come!