They used to have these cookies called "All Abouts." They were like Godiva shortbread cookies dipped in chocolate. I absolutely loved them. However, they discontinued them! So now I just buy Thin Mints, S'Mores, and Tagalongs. I still call them by their original names, too.
I always enjoyed the thin mints but any of the peanut butter ones are really good as well.
When my nieces were involved in scouting, I always bought the Samoas and Do-Si-Dos. I like peanut butter and coconut.
I love all of them, but I'm CRAZY about their shortbread cookies!
Definitely Samoas. But I like all of the girl scout cookies.
I like everything about cookies because they are handy to bring along and easy to eat
I haven't had them in a long time. All the little girls I knew that sold them grew up. I don't know if there are new ones, but I remember I used to love the shortbread cookies.
My favorite is the thin mints! My daughter always wanted the Samoas, they are good also but now they are called Caramel deLites.
Well, I used to favor Samoas and those little lemon things with the powdered sugar. I forgot what they were called. Now the only ones I can eat are the gluten-free, and my little sweetheart friend special ordered me the Toffee-tastic. They're a little hard and dry, but the flavor is really fantastic, so I guess those are my favorite.
While I truly enjoy many different ones, Thin Mints are definitely my favorite!
It has to be Samoas Absolutely. The taste of them just makes me weak in the knees
by Truckstop Sally 9 years ago
Which Girl Scout cookie is your favorite?
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by Kadmiels 9 years ago
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by Danielle76 9 years ago
What is your favorite type of girl scout cookie?Mine would have to be thin mints
by Judy Specht 5 years ago
Can you bake cookies in a microwave?My oven is broken and I have a lot of cookie dough. Made before the oven died. Can I bake cookies in the microwave?
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