You Can Now Bake Girl Scout Cookies At Home In This Little Oven
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.