Were you a Scout?  I was.  But I was something of a rebel.  I had stringy hair, wore my uniform skirt hiked up, my tie undone, sash askew, and my badges were sewn on crooked.  I categorically refused to wear the beanie.  It was the late 60s, and that’s how we rolled.  Both my daughters were Girl Scouts too.  So I have ALOT of experience with Girl Scout cookies.  I’ve schlepped them, loaded them, unloaded them, stacked them, stored them, inventoried them, counted, miscounted and recounted them, foisted them off on sold them to friends, relatives, and unsuspecting passers by, bribed teachers with them, gifted them, regifted them, froze them, thawed them, used them as dog treats, and of course eaten them.  Many, many, many of them.

Lets just say I don’t have the purely nostalgic associations that some of you might have with these cookies.

Even so, when I came across this wacky scheme to make Thin Mints from scratch, I was intrigued. It might have had something to do with the fact that I was stuck inside all day during a freak March blizzard.  But Thin Mints are truly unique cookies.  They’re the all time top seller for the Girls Scouts, and people have been known to hoard them in their freezer.  Couple that with the fact that no commercial bakeries are allowed to market them, and you’ll understand why I jumped on this one.

It’s not often that a recipe hums along, step by step, without a hitch.  Especially when it’s a copy-cat recipe that depends on an exacting replica of the original.  The color, shape, texture and taste of these cookies was perfect.  Eerily perfect. I can tell you without hesitation that this is the perfect Thin Mint recipe.   If you’re one of those people who loves Thin Mints, put your face right up close to the screen and listen carefully…run, don’t walk, to the nearest store to get what you need to make these.  Seriously.

I could tell the minute I cut out the cookies that something special was about to happen.  Even unbaked, the cookies already look like they’re going to be the perfect Thin Mint.  An added bonus is that the dough itself is wonderful to snack on, and there are LOTS of little leftover bits in between all those perfect little circles!

I tasted one of the cookies just out of the oven.  Still perfect.  I was getting really excited.

By the time I dipped the cookies in the peppermint infused chocolate I was positively giddy.  These are exact replicas of Thin Mints.  Clones, actually.

Homemade Thin Mints

What You Will Need

    For the cookies:
  • 1 cup (8 oz, or 2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder (I used Dutched dark cocoa powder which worked well)
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ¾ teaspoon salt
  • 1 ½ cups all purpose flour
  • For the coating:
  • 16 ounces semi-sweet baking chocolate
  • 1 ½ teaspoon peppermint extract or oil (Make sure you get peppermint, not spearmint, and make sure you get extract, or oil, not flavoring)

Instructions

  1. Set the oven to 350F
  2. Cream butter until light and fluffy, then add the powdered sugar and mix until combined. Stir in the salt, vanilla and cocoa powder. Mix until the cocoa powder is integrated and the batter resembles a thick frosting. Add the flour and mix just until the flour is combined, making sure to not over mix.
  3. Form dough into a ball. Knead a few times to bring together, then flatten into a disk between half an inch and one inch thick, cover in plastic wrap then place in freezer for 15 minutes.
  4. Remove dough from the freezer and roll it out really thin on a floured surface, about 1/8-inch. Cut cookies using 1 1/2-inch cutter (I used a small cordial glass that measured almost 2" and it was the perfect size).
  5. Place cookies on a baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes. Remove the cookies from the oven and allow them to cool completely on a wire rack. While the cookies bake, make the peppermint coating. Chop the baking chocolate into very small, thin pieces. Place in a glass measuring cup or similar container and microwave in short 15-20 second bursts. Stir in the peppermint extract. Feel free to add more peppermint as you see fit. (Don't add any more, the amount is perfect)
  6. Gently drop the cookies, one at a time, into the coating. Turn to coat entirely, then lift the cookie out of the chocolate with the fork and bang the fork on the side of the pan until the extra coating drips off. Place on a parchment or plastic wrap-lined baking sheet, and repeat for the rest of the cookies. Place the cookies in the refrigerator or freezer to set. (I didn't need to do this, they set up fine after about 1/2 hour at room temperature, but then again, we were having a blizzard, "room temperature" is relative!)

Notes

The dough is a little stiff and tended to crack while I was rolling it out. I just smooshed it back together with my fingers as I went. Melt the chocolate just before you are ready to dip, and make sure you stir in the extract well. A large glass measuring cup works well for the melting and dipping. Recipe adapted from The Chicagoist

http://theviewfromgreatisland.com/2012/03/homemade-thin-mints.html

 Copy Cap Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies

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101 Responses to Homemade Thin Mints

  1. Aldine S. says:

    Hello Susan!
    I’m from California and my boyfriend is an airman stationed in Virginia and he has been craving Thin Mints for the longest time. Upon stumbling on your recipe from Pinterest, I thought to myself that this would be a perfect addition to his care package. Although I haven’t tried baking it, I’m just wondering how long these cookies will survive or stay fresh if shipped to another state? Or are there any changes I can make in order to keep them fresh? Hope to hear from you soon, thank you so much. :)

    • Sue says:

      Hi Aldine — well, I don’t think it’s so much a matter of staying fresh, as it is a problem with the chocolate melting. I know companies won’t ship chocolate during the warm months because of this problem. In any case I would ship them as quickly as possible, and hope that the temp stays low!

  2. […] found this recipe from [TheViewFromTheGreatIsland], and these are surprisingly easy to […]

  3. […] *Y’all. Homemade THIN MINTS. For the other 10 months of the year when I don’t have these crammed in my freezer.  […]

  4. Anna says:

    Hi, thank you so much for having this recipe on your blog. I found you through Pinterest. These came out wonderfully! I used a double boiler to slowly heat some bittersweet chocolate chips (65% cocao) with oil based peppermint extract, because of the bitterness of my chocolate I ended up using about a tablespoon of the extract to get the flavor I was looking for. I also used 100% whole wheat in the cookie mixture, my cookies were brittle when they first came out of the oven (due to the high butter content I believe) but I let them cool on the pan and once they came to room temperature they were fairly structurally sound. I was able to dip with minimal crumbs.The recipe yielded 56 cookies just under 2″ in diameter for me, but I only had enough chocolate chips to coat half of them so I would have needed about 20 oz to coat all the cookies. Overall I am very pleased with the recipe, thanks again for sharing it!!!

  5. Leigh says:

    I loved these! I did have some issue with the dough being so dry so I added about a tablespoon of coffee that I had brewed this morning to bind everything together.

  6. Donna says:

    Instead of making the “cookie” , I use Ritz crackers. Works wonderful!!

  7. Laurel says:

    The original recipe calls for peppermint OIL, not peppermint extract. Peppermint oil is FAR more potent than peppermint extract and would mix with the chocolate a LOT easier than extract. When I first read the recipe, my first thought was “why doesn’t that extract seize the chocolate”? After reading the comments, I realize it does. It’s also important not to heat the chocolate too fast or too hot. Sometimes slow is better. :)

  8. Erin says:

    I just made these tonight. They are very good, though not Thin Minty enough to call them the same. Reasons could be: I didn’t have dark cocoa so used regular (something about that always seems to come through in recipes…you can almost taste the powder), while my chocolate dip didn’t seize up, it wasn’t thin enough to dip – I ended up having to make a second batch of the dip to get them all covered. Not sure how to make it thinner – suggestions? I used Ghiradelli semisweet baking chocolate the first time around and Cadbury’s Dark Chocolate for the second batch. No difference in consistency between the two. I would make them again, but sadly I don’t see them as a substitute for Thin Mints.

  9. Lisa says:

    The first time I made these, they were really crumbly, dry, and terrible. After rereading the recipe a billion times, I found it. This needs two sticks of butter (I read the 8 ounces as 8 tablespoons) if y’all had the same problem.

    • Sue says:

      I just rewrote the ingredient so it’s extra clear, I’m so glad you kept at it! I’m actually planning to revisit this recipe and rework through it in light of people’s problems. I think it’s a good example of how reading (and writing) a recipe is tricky. Thanks for sharing your experience, Lisa!

  10. Shawn & Kristin Lascelles says:

    I see a lot of people had problems with the chocolate, but that was the only part that worked for me! I was a bit freaked out with the dough but I continued with it and it turned out right. I baked those perfect little circles and I was so excited that when the first set was cool i ate one plain…and it tasted terrible!! I have no idea why :( I followed the recipe exactly and it all looked perfect. I even went ahead and melted the chocolate thinking the unsweetened cocoa powder would be ok covered, but it was not :( any idea what happened?

  11. A.G. says:

    I’m not sure what I did wrong, but when I tried to make these tonight, they turned out as a big flop. :( The dough was extremely dry, and crumbled to bits when I tried to roll it. I got it back together by adding some water, but after they were cooked, they were dry and still crumbled apart. When I went to make the chocolate and peppermint coating, the moment I added the extract to the chocolate, it seized up to the point where it was impossible to dip anything into it. I ended up spreading it on as a frosting, but the pressure of doing that ended up making a lot of the cookies crumble to pieces. :( Needless to say, I was really disappointed.

    • Sorry you had a bad experience A.G., this recipe is fairly complex, and with any baking project little things can go wrong. Sometimes the way you measure flour can make a difference, for instance you should always fluff the flour first and then lightly spoon it into your measuring cup, then level off with a knife. I hope you get a chance to try these again, they really are wonderful!

    • Audrey says:

      I had all the exact same problems, and I followed the recipe to a T!! I have been baking a while, so knew what I was doing, but for some reason this recipe and I did not mix. They still tasted good, just wasn’t enjoyable to make :( I was disappointed as well.

  12. BellaSissa says:

    When I found this, I was SO excited. I’m like the biggest thing mint fan and to be able to make them? Heaven! I decided to make them today!

    However, I was so disappointed I didn’t read the latest comments about the chocolate seizing… Mine did just that with McCormicks peppermint extract. It wasn’t runny enough to dip the cookies in.

    I also must have done something wrong with the dough. I followed the directions exactly but they came out very bitter and crumbly. It tastes like too much cocoa, not enough sugar. Not sure why, since I added the right amounts.

    I can’t vouch for my baking skills, but I’m not so inept that I can’t follow directions. Really disappointed that I couldn’t do this. Biggest waste of 3 hours and a bunch of ingredients.

  13. I just made these, I thought I was going to have the seizing problem everyone else had, (I used off brand chocolate chips, and the peppermint extract everyone else had) But with the right blend of heating and added milk, they turned out great!
    Thanks for the recipe :)

  14. Ashley says:

    how many does this make??

  15. Anonymous says:

    as to the seizing I used chocolate chips and it worked fine. When you put them in the microwave heat them up for 15 seconds ,stir them amd then add the peppermint extract and stir.Continue at the 15 second intervals until your chocolate is melted ,stirring in between. Hope this helps!!

  16. Mrsbusyb says:

    Heres the thing. These are freaking ridiculously close to the actual thin mints. Like, I’ve eaten atleast a zillion. I had Wilton Dark Cocoa Mint melts so I used those. Then when I ran out I used some andes baking chips melted with some shortening. SO GOOD. I popped them in the fridge for a bit. I like thin mints cold. Maybe because I usually eat them from the freezer. I mean, this recipe makes me feel bad for girl scouts. I’ll never have to buy again! Also, these would be a fantastic Christmas gift…it makes a TON like 2 or 3 gifts easily!

    I had bought peppermint extract to use, and my 16 month old totally hid it on me. But after reading the comments about seizing and asking King Arthur Flour (they recommend using flavoring OILS so chocolate doesn’t seize) I’m glad I happened to have the Wilton Melts-which were delish….and the andes baking chips were just as great so why not!

    Thank you for the recipe. I found you on pinterest and I’m delighted!

  17. Jeremy says:

    Looking for something simple, take a Ritz cracker, bag of Andes Mint Chips (the one in the baking aisle for cookies). Melt the Andes Mints down and coat the entire cracker, let set on wax paper and enjoy. You’ll find this taste very much like a Girl Scout Thin Mint also.

    Hint: 2 Bags of Andes Mint Chips will just about do 1 box of Ritz Crackers.

  18. Natalie says:

    I made these tonight and am disappointed :( i was really hoping these would be perfect, the directions seemed so easy! The cookies part had GREAT flavor, but they didn’t harden properly. Instead of being crisp/hard, they were semi-firm and crumbled if you weren’t extremely gentle with them (which is hard to do if you have to dunk them in chocolate). Then, when I made the coating, the melted chocolate instantly thickened to almost icing-consistency as soon as I added the peppermint extract. Needless to say, I wasn’t able to coat the cookies, but instead iced them like sugar cookies. Again, the flavor was great, but the cookies did not hold up. I’m not sure how this went wrong—I was very meticulous with the instructions and ingredient list. Any idea why this didn’t turn out??

    • Possibly the cookies were rolled too thickly? I just laid my cookie on a fork and dipped them into the chocolate that way. As for the chocolate, make sure you don’t overheat it, and make sure you have oil based peppermint extract. Hope you give them another try!

  19. Anonymous says:

    My daughter has a peanut allergy and reacts to the girl scout’s thin mints (along with all other girl scout cookies). Soooo glad that I found your blog and moreover, this recipe! Now we can, once again, enjoy our oh so favorite thin mints, as I will be able to monitor the ingredients and bake them in a safe environment. Thank you :)

  20. Anonymous says:

    I just finished making these; but was disappointed at my chocolate seized after adding the extract too. I used the same as you, semi sweet bakers chocolate.. I’m just wondering if it didn’t work since my extract may be a bit older? (it’s not expired yet though)

    I didn’t have enough chocolate to do a full coating on all since I had to throw the seized stuff away, but did a drizzle on the rest.

    Looking forward to tryin them!

    • Be sure you don’t accidentally overheat the chocolate in the first place, you should still have lumps of chocolate in the bowl when you take it out of the microwave, and then stir to complete the melting. And be extra sure you are using pure peppermint extract, (oil based)

  21. Melissa says:

    My sister and I do a different take on these. A MUCH cheaper take. Ready? Here you go…

    1 bar of Almond Bark chocolate (we use milk chocolate)
    1Tbsp of peppermint extract

    Ready???
    RITZ CRACKERS (if it’s Christmas, use the snowflakes)

    I take the chocolate and melt a couple of chunks in a double boiler and then add the peppermint extract once melted, then continue to melt the rest of the bar. Once meted, dip crackers into chocolate, freeze and enjoy. We keep them in the freezer.
    CHEAP and EASY recipe… Tastes JUST like them

  22. Anonymous says:

    Hi Sue, thanks for posting your recipe. My partner is determined to make this recipe work, despite two unsuccessful attempts. I thought I would clarify something with you and see if I could help her out in the kitchen.

    While your recipe calls for peppermint extract, it seems like it would make more sense to use a mint candy oil. I say this because upon adding the 1.25 tsp extract to our pure melted chocolate, the melted chocolate seizes. This makes sense because extracts with alcohol-based solvents burn at lower temperature and should cause melted chocolate to seize.

    The cookies look scrumptious – please confirm the ingredient you used so ours turn out exactly like yours (alcohol-based peppermint extract OR mint candy oil).

    • Well, I used the extract that I found at my regular supermarket. I’m not at home right now or I would go to the cupboard and get the name for you, I’ll update with that later. I don’t know why the chocolate seized, but maybe the type of chocolate makes a difference. I used Baker’s Semi Sweet Chocolate Squares, if that helps. But I’m sure the candy oil would work just as well.

    • Anonymous says:

      I had that problem too, with my chocolate seizing. I had picked up “peppermint essence” at the store (not knowing the difference). The ingredients in it are: glycerine, alcohol, WATER, and peppermint oil. That’s the problem right there!

  23. Anonymous says:

    Personally I’m a fan of the old Thin Mints with the vanilla cookie on the inside so I’ll be trying these but tinkering just a little to see if I can recapture those from my childhood. Thanks for sharing..

  24. I was a Girl Scout in the 80′s with a 60′s garage sale uniform, and I DID wear that beanie, even though I was made fun of for doing it.

    I just made homemade peppermint patties recently, and I was thinking I had to find a recipe for thin mints (I had seen some before) after making those. I happened upon yours from WFMW, so I’ll be making this recipe.

    I know what my mom is getting for her birthday!

    • Hope your Mom loves them, and you were pretty brave for wearing the beanie, it wasn’t the most attractive aspect of the uniform!

    • I was mocked relentlesly. I still want to know how 9-year-olds knew to call me a member of the Green Berets. Seriously–do they go home and ask their parents, “How can I make fun of the Girl in the Girl Scout uniform at school?” What 9-year-old has heard of hte Green Berets? I was the only girl in my entire school who was a Girl Scout. On the plus side, I was the first one to sell cookies in my town, and I outside all of the girls in my troop who lived in another town.

  25. That’s one great reason for trying these, they won’t have anything in them that you didn’t put there! Let me know how they come out!

  26. Anonymous says:

    I’m so excited to try these. Thin Mints were always my favorite Girl Scout cookie until I became chemically sensitive and couldn’t eat these any more. My mouth is watering just thinking about them!! Thanks so much!!!

  27. Aziza says:

    These look delicious!

  28. Anonymous says:

    Remember folks, the Girl Scout cookies are produced by a commercial bakery that makes their dough with lard instead of butter and the chocolate for dipping has parafin to make it solidify quickly and stay solid under a multitude of shipping and storage conditions. Of course homemade is better even when you don’t have visual perfection you get taste perfection.

  29. Cassie says:

    I made these, and they were pretty good, but I wouldn’t say they are exact clones. I had to use twice as much semisweet chocolate and peppermint to dip all of the cookies.

  30. Nic says:

    Yum! What a great idea! If you can make mint thins at home I’m sure you could make Tim Tams too!

  31. Finch says:

    I’ve recently been having a massive craving for thin mints so I was very happy to find your recipe! I made these last night, but had to cut the ingredients in half (except for the peppermint extract) since I was low on butter and didn’t have any vanilla. Despite that, they still turned out great, only problem that even with over 2 teaspoons of peppermint extract they don’t taste very minty to me. I think next time I’ll try putting the peppermint in with the cookie mix instead of the coating for a real minty kick!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  32. I just found your recipe here. My sons are going to be so happy. These are their favorite cookies. Fantastic!

  33. Pam says:

    YES!! This recipe is a find, and I’m so glad to have found it on Pinterest. I’m in love with Thin Mints. (Plus, now I can make them gluten free with my own flour.) Thanks!

  34. Anonymous says:

    These are awesome! I made them with my 7 year old daughter today and she said that you definitely captured the spirit of the cookie :-). I couldn’t agree more! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  35. CJ @ Morsels of Life says:

    i gotta try these! They’re not selling right now, and these are my favorites!

  36. Mackenzie says:

    Oh my gosh!
    These look amazing! My family loves these cookies. I think that I will have to make these very soon. They look so yummy!

  37. I have clearly NOT been visiting you often enough in that I missed this post until today … and now I am obsessing on these cookies … at a time when I should not be thinking about baking and dipping Thin Mints! Phew! Get thee behind me Satan! These cookies are my all time favorite GS cookie! And the kicker with this recipe? They go en masse into a cookie jar. You can’t just say to yourself, “I’ll only eat one sleeve!”

  38. Unknown says:

    I just made these tonight. With my level of kitchen competency, it was a big mess and took a long time, but I can’t wait for them to set and try them.

  39. How did I miss this post???? These look fantastic. So creative and beautiful. Really outside the box :) I was a girl scout as well and loved selling cookies. I loved to freeze the thin mints and eat them cold. Thanks for taking me back!

    • After almost a year of seeing this little post on the right side of your blog, you know … at the top … the most popular recipe … ever? You know what I’m talking about. It has haunted me – and the time has come. I need to make these this weekend and hope you don’t mind! I’m going to post it and link to you sweet Sue!

  40. Mandy says:

    How many did this batch make? :-)

    • Anonymous says:

      I made them last night. The dough made roughly 2 dozen but I ran out of the dip before I could get them all. They atelier very good and would make them again!

  41. I was a Girl Scout, and I think my mom still has my sash full of badges somewhere. This recipe looks too easy not to try! Can’t wait to give it a go!

  42. I think you earned that cooking badge a long time ago. Thin mints are not my favorite cookies, but my mom and daughter love them. I just might surprise them both with a batch of there beauties.

  43. Mandygirl—I used Baker’s semi sweet baking squares and a bar of Ghirardelli semi sweet baking chocolate, and I was surprised at how thin it melted up. I’ve had trouble before with melting other chocolates. I melted it in the microwave, too, if that helps. I’m glad they were good, anyway!

  44. Mandy—It made about 2 1/2 dozen,give or take, depending on how you roll and cut your dough. I’ll update the post, thanks!

  45. Amy says:

    Ah these look great, Sue. My mom just emailed me telling me she bought a box of the thin mint cookies and she couldn’t even eat them because she’s been “spoiled” by the ones I made back when I was at home–homemade is always so much better, isn’t it? I really want to try this recipe out to compare to the Heidi Swanson ones I tried out… so curious! Thanks for sharing!

  46. The cookies are AWESOME! but I had trouble with the chocolate…I did it exactly like you said with baking chocolate and it never got thin enough for me to dip…so I had to resort to a minty layer and then dipped in candiquick to give the hard coating…but oh my…SO GOOD!

    • Anonymous says:

      I had that problem too. I think the issue was that my peppermint extract wasn’t pure oil, and it had some water in it. It made the chocolate seize and less drippy. Not so pretty, but still tastes like heaven.

  47. grace says:

    MAGNIFICENT! these look so similar to the real thing, and the taste can’t be too far off either. bravo!
    on an unrelated note, ‘foist’ is a great word! :)

  48. Bo says:

    They look just like the real thing.

  49. HI Sue! These look awesome. My daughter wants me to bake these for her class party. How many cookies did this recipe make?

  50. I am thrilled to find this and your blog. I bet this put store bougt to shame. Can’t wait to try!

  51. I’m just tickled pink to have this recipe! Thin mints are our favorite Girl Scout Cookie and can’t wait to make them at home. Thanks for sharing.

  52. Mary says:

    These are the best homemade Thin Mints I’ve ever seen made. Wow. You are talented! I highly doubt that my attempt would even resemble that famous cookie.

  53. The only Girl Scout cookies I like are the Thin Mints, so I must try this recipe. The homemade version has to be even better!! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
    Claudia

  54. I am impressed that you made these cookies and they look so perfect! I was not a girl scout. Grew up in the middle of Kansas and 4-H was the thing.

  55. gigiofca says:

    Thank GOODNESS I have some mint chocolate candies on hand otherwise I wouldn’t know what to do w/myself after reading this at 2am. Your pics look awesome and the recipe very do-able. :)

  56. Followed you over from pinterest. Wow–excited to make these! I love Thin Mints, but don’t love the chemically after-taste. I can’t wait to have some made from scratch =)

  57. Respect. Need I say more?!!

  58. Penny says:

    These are perfect thin mints. I am enjoying your blog so much. Thanks for stopping by. I am now a follower.

  59. I wasn’t a girl guide but I always supported their mint cookie sales. :)

    Oh my, these look absolutely delicious!

  60. Love thin mints. I wasn’t a girl scout, but my niece was, and I sold, and sold, and sold them for her at work! My biggest sale was 300 boxes! Which I schlepped into Boston on the train . . . during the course of a week! I may give this recipe a try for St. Paddy’s Day!

  61. Rose says:

    Yeah… I’d get giddy too. LOL They look YUMMY!

  62. Valerie says:

    These look Beyond delicious! I could easily the entire batch.

  63. annie says:

    I think you just earned your cooking badge too! I seriously can’t believe you made these…well actually since it’s YOU, I can. Seriously they are so perfect it’s like they came off an assembly line in a factory…in a good way…I hope you know that.

  64. Totally and completely PERFECT!! I’m making these soon…Thin Mints are mine and my daughter’s favorites :D

  65. BeetleBuggy says:

    O M G! I’m literally flying to the grocery store right after I read your blog to get on this! I have no words to describe how much I want to eat a whole batch of these right now! Love the way you write, Sue, hilarious! :)

  66. Lizzy says:

    Sue, these are PERFECT! My kids would go nuts for these gems!

  67. Oh. My. God. These little ladies look amazing! I’m impressed; oddly proud for you; and likely dealing with a number of other emotions that I’ve been repressing about girl scout cookies. We won’t get into that here. Suffice to say I’ve got cookies to bake … and store in my freezer. ;)

  68. Aw! How nostalgic! The thin mints were always a favorite behind the Samoas. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  69. Stephanie says:

    Those put the girl scout cookies to shame! That coating of chocolate looks heavenly! I have to admit, I’m not a girl scout cookie kind of girl. Homemade is always so much better, isn’t it?

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