"Holy cow, these were good! Once the dough was mixed, I lightly floured my hands, rolled the dough into balls and then pressed them down with a flat-bottomed glass jar. Worked like a charm and got the cookies in our tummies faster!"
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"These were amazing! We put the shortbread on a cookie sheet and poured a spoonful of the topping over them. This made them a little easier to eat because the coconut was not as thick. This recipe is a keeper!"
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"Tagalongs are my favorite Girl Scout cookies! I added a little bit of butter and some corn syrup to the chocolate while it was melting, which gave the cookies a shiny coating. Yummy!"
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"These are great! They taste like the real thing. I followed others' hints to add more lemonade powder to the dough and to the powdered sugar. This is a keeper!"
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Similar to Girl Scouts' classic Do-si-dos, these delicious bites have crunchy cookies on the outside and creamy peanut butter filling in the middle.Get the Recipe
In 1917, the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee, Okla., decided to sell homemade cookies as a fundraiser. A few years later, Girl Scouts of America published this recipe in American Girl magazine, suggesting troops bake and sell their own cookies for 25 to 30 cents per dozen.Get the Recipe
The Girl Scouts stamp "Thank You" into their fudge-dipped shortbread cookies to show gratitude to their customers. With these tasty Thanks-A-Lot copycats, you'll be the one receiving all the thanks.Get the Recipe
Aloha Chips aren't sold anymore, but this white chocolate-macadamia nut cookie can fill the empty spot they left in your annual Girl Scout cookie order.Get the Recipe
If you're longing for the delicious iced oatmeal raisin Snap cookies Girl Scouts used to sell, then you're in luck. This recipe will give you your fix — just add raisins!Get the Recipe