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Many people have a weakness for Girl Scout Cookies. They come in so many different varieties — Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils, Shout Outs!, Thanks-A-Lot, Savannah Smiles, Thank U Berry Munch, Dulce de Leche, and Lemonades — but by far, Samoas are most popular, followed closely by Thin Mints. Too bad the cookie season is ending, but here are a few Girl Scout Cookie-related links to tide you over until next season.
- Apparently, Nestle Crunch Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookie hybrid candy bars are real, in all their “dark chocolate cookie wafers and mint chocolate creme, topped with airy crispies” goodness. These limited edition candy bars will be available later this year, and other popular Girl Scout Cookie flavors, like Samoas and Tagalongs, will also be available. [url]
- If you just can’t wait until next season — or if you object to consuming partially hydrogenated oils — you can always make your own Girl Scout Cookies at home. There are recipes out there for the most popular flavors, and there are also many variations, like Gluten-Free Thin Mints and Samoas Scones. [url]
- Did you know that the palm oil used to make Girl Scout Cookies endangers rainforests and thousands of species of wildlife, and contributes to human rights abuses? If you want guilt-free cookies, go sign the petition to eliminate the use of unsustainable palm oil in Girl Scout Cookies. [url]
- To discover more food-related links, check out what’s floating around in StumbleUpon. [url]
By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.