Are there two kinds of Thin Mints?
The two versions of the Thin Mint look and taste slightly different, while the two versions of the S’mores are entirely different cookies. The Thin Mints from ABC Bakers are crunchier and taste mintier, while the ones from Little Brownie have a smoother chocolate coating. How do they compare?
Can you buy Thin Mints year round?
They are sold year-round. The cookies come in one of three of your go-to Girl Scout Cookie flavors: Fudge Mint Cookies (aka Thin Mints), Peanut Butter Filled Cookies (aka Tagalongs) and Caramel Coconut Fudge Cookies (aka Samoas). Check them out below in more detail so you know what to look for at your local Aldi store!
Why are Girl Scout cookies only sold once a year?
They sell cookies once per year to raise money to do fun things. If they sold them year-round, the Girl Scouts would just be a job & nobody would want to join. Councils conduct their cookie season for about a six- to eight-week period per year, most between January and April, but some as early as September.
What month do Girl Scouts sell cookies?
Councils conduct their cookie season for about a six- to eight-week period per year, most between January and April, but some as early as September. Try our free mobile Girl Scout Cookie Finder app for your iOS or Android device.
What is the last day to buy Girl Scout cookies?
Support Your Local Girl Scouts. The 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program ends March 31!
What is the number one selling Girl Scout cookie?
What is the healthiest Girl Scout cookies?
Why we ranked this cookie as we did Shortbread and Trefoils were the clear winner among all of the Girl Scout Cookies. Compared with other varieties, they were the lowest in calories per cookie (30 and 32 calories, respectively). They were also the lowest in saturated fat and added sugars.
Why Are Thin Mints better frozen?
The freezer will keep them fresher but also makes the Thin Mints’ taste of cold minty goodness when you bite into them throughout the whole year, or as long as your supplies lasts.
How much does Girl Scouts make off of cookies?
On average, Girl Scout council net revenue is approximately 65–75 percent of the local retail price, and the amount that is shared with participating Girl Scout troops and groups, referred to as troop proceeds, is approximately 10–20 percent of the local retail price.