5 Unique Ways To Devour Your Girl Scout Cookies This Spring
After all that anticipation and appetite building, Girl Scout cookie deliveries have arrived.
Boxes and boxes of your favorite flavors decorate your cabinets with their bright colored boxes.
But what if you don't finish your cookies? Or their deliciousness is boring?
OK, yeah, totally not possible.
But if you want to mix up your cookie game, here are some interesting recipes:
For those of you who don't like chocolate and go for the more tangy treats, try incorporating lemon-flavored "Savannah Smiles" into a lemon pie crust.
The lemon cookie crust will be more delicious than anything you can buy at the store.
Soothe your winter woes and prepare for the warm weather with this refreshing lemon flavored dessert.
So simple. Are you someone who burns cereal? Then this is the recipe for you.
Two cookies, chocolate, a marshmallow and you're set. You can also use any type of cookie you'd like with the recipe.
The recipe also offers some variations to amp up the deliciousness.
You can add Nutella, or peanut butter, or even a banana! That's when you know you're a real chef.
3. Tagalong Dip
This recipe is a great option if you're hosting friends and maybe their tagalongs. (It will put the shame of consuming a whole box of cookies yourself to rest).
It's like chip dip, but for your sweet tooth.
It is also super simple. Grab a blender and you're basically set.
You can dip graham crackers into the sweet concoction, and if you're on a diet, you can totally cut out calories by dipping apples.
Take the simple Thin Mint cookie and turn it into something impressive, like a truffle.
These truffles are great for the spring because there is no baking to heat up your house or burn your delicate hands.
The recipe only calls for three ingredients and a food processor, oh, and fridge.
Mint and no baking? What more could you want for a perfect warm weather treat?
Let's talk about this curveball recipe. When you think cookies, you think dessert.
This recipe? Go hardcore and turn dessert into dinner with your leftover Do-Si-Do's.
If you're looking for a great excuse to use your peanut butter Girl Scout cookies and eat a delicious dinner, challenge yourself to smash up the cookies into a sauce.
Cooking is all about taking risks, right?