By now, most of us are beyond ready for spring to start. We want warmer weather and sunshine; we want flowering trees and warm breezes.
But more importantly, we want our Girl Scout Cookies.
Yes, the return of spring means the return of Thin Mints and Samoas and Do-si-dos and Tagalongs and all of the other delicious, awkwardly-named, bite-sized bits of joy.
But waiting until spring to get our fix is a serious bummer, and once we've polished off the embarrassing number of boxes we ordered, we're left high and dry until spring returns.
Similar to an Easy-Bake oven, the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven is meant for children and allows users to cook a small batch of cookies at a time.
Using a box of pre-made Girl Scouts Cookie Mix ($7 each), children can prepare the batter, plop it in the small plastic oven and wait for a set amount of time while the child-safe heat source bakes the cookies to delicious perfection.
Like a real oven, the front of the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven boasts a small window, so the little chefs can peek in to check the progress of their cookies.
Not all of the flavors are available to purchase as a mix, but you can expect to find both fan-favorites and the classics, including Peanut Butter Sandwich and Trefoils. Multi-flavor packs are also available for $15 each, in case you want one of everything.
Accessories — including a $130 Girl Scouts-themed wagon and an $80 themed cookie stand — are also available, but as far as we're concerned, it's all about the cookies.
Head to Toys "R" Us, pretend you have a kid in your life, and buy one of these bad boys for yourself -- because anyone who can produce Girl Scout Cookies at will is sure to be the most popular person in town.