The Ultimate Girl Scout Cookie Line Up
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The Ultimate Girl Scout Cookie Line Up

And our favorite cookie is....

The Ultimate Girl Scout Cookie Line Up

It is officially spring which also means the much awaited Girl Scout cookie season has arrived! Every year the boxes get smaller, and the prices go up but we still buy these addictive, indulgent treats. What better way to celebrate these bakery wonders than with a ranking of this year's cookie lineup.

12. Toffee-Tastic

Coming in at the bottom of our list is the Toffee-Tastic. There aren't many in a box which almost makes it seem as if the bakers know they aren't the best choice. One cool thing is these are gluten free cookies!

11. Lemonade

Mixing fruit with cookies has never been my favorite small treat. A fairly basic shortbread cookie with a slight lemon icing is a nice delight for any lemon lover.

10. Trios

For all gluten free cookie that includes chocolate chips, oatmeal, and peanut butter for all of the cookie lovers who cannot have typical cookies with Gluten.

9. S'mores (ABC Bakers)

This cookie is a fun twist to a classic s'more. Unlike the other version, this one is almost a reverse edition. The chocolate coats the entire outside and inside is a graham cracker with a slight creme filling.

8. Savannah Smiles

What is this, another lemon cookie but this one is coated with thin layer of powdered sugar, which is perfect if you are in the mood for an intense sugar overload. Since it's a lemon, this cookie counts as a fruit right?

7. S'mores (Little Brownie Bakers)

Brand new to the cookie scene this year is the S'mores cookie. Created with the image of a real s'more in mind, they have a layer of chocolate and marshmallow filling squished between two graham crackers. They do not quite do real s'mores justice, leaving cookie lovers longing for a more marshmallow taste.

6. Trefoils

Sugary and sweet, this cookie is the most basic one offered of the twelve. The shortbread taste is simple but a standard classic that buyers still love year after year. Ignore the haters who call this cookie bland, it is perfect for any occasion.

5. Do-Si-Dos

In 5th place is Do-Si-Dos. A yummy oatmeal, creamy filled peanut butter sandwich cookie that just doesn't quite compare to its similar peanut butter friend, the Tagalong.

4. Thanks-A-Lot

A classic shortbread with a smooth layer of chocolate fudge coating the bottom. What is even better is with this cookie you can learn to say thank you in five different languages while enjoying this tasty treat.

3. Samoas

Coming in 3rd place on our list is the Samoas, although this cookie is actually the 2nd best seller of them all. Samoas are unlike all the other cookies offered by having coconut on it, don't let that keep you from trying it. The caramel and chocolate mix create a nice blend and it isn't even noticeable.

2. Tagalongs

Our 2nd place cookie is the Reece's Peanut Butter Cup type cookie that is a smooth and creamy mix of peanut butter covered in chocolate. It is hard to not enjoy a cookie that has a nice balance that will make your taste buds go wild.

1. Thin Mints

Last but not least, Thin Mints win top cookie in our ranking. Each year about 25% of all the cookies sold are Thin Mints. Not only are they the top seller, but they have a special place in my heart as my top cookie choice as well. It is hard to beat eating a cool mint cookie mixed with chocolate.

If reading this has got your mouth watering for cookies, check out their website for additional nutritional information and for the closest place to pick up a box of delicious Girl Scout cookies.

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