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Which Girl Scout Cookies Are The Best?

It’s that time of year again – girls decked out in their uniforms with bags of cookies, asking if you’d like any. You would love some, but you only have $5, and that will only buy you one box of cookies. You can’t decide! This is a situation that most of us find ourselves in this time of year. The question is – which Girl Scout cookie is the best? We have Thin Mints, Samoas, Trefoils, Tagalongs, Do-si-dos, and Savannah Smiles. Which is the yummiest? My personal favorites are Thin Mints. These classic minty, chocolatey cookies entice thousands of people. Thin Mints are probably the most popular Girl Scout cookie, with Samoas as a close second. Also, Instagram users post Thin Mints recipes, memes, and pictures. All Girls Scout cookies are delicious, though. I’m not hating on Trefoils! Thin Mints, however, are the most popular. They have been around since 1951! This year is their 66th anniversary, and to celebrate, buy yourself a box of Thin Mints. Samoas are really yummy, too. They have chocolate, caramel, and coconut. Trefoils are shortbread cookies. Tagalongs are chocolatey, peanut butter cookies, while Do-si-dos are a peanut butter sandwich (another classic)! Finally, Savannah Smiles are a lemon-powder cookie. All in all, there is not one cookie that is the best, no matter what anyone says. Thin Mints, however, are the most popular and oldest cookies. They aren’t the best! It depends on you and your taste buds. So it’s up to you to determine your favorite cookie! Once you figure that out, comment down below what it is!

By Macy Taylor

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