PART OF Copycat Recipes

11 Copycat Girl Scout Cookie Recipes

From classic Thin Mints and Samoas to a slew of retired favorites, this line-up of copycat Girl Scout cookie recipes are sure to satisfy your cravings and fill your cookie jar.

Two-Ingredient Thin Mints

"These are so easy and good. For ease of dipping, dip only half of the cracker, shaking off excess chocolate, then put on waxed paper. When set, simply pick up and dip the other half. I don't get so messy that way!"


White Chocolate-Macadamia Nut Cookies

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.

Samoa Cookies (aka Caramel deLites)

"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!"

-Elboe Bethel

Copycat Tagalongs (aka Peanut Butter Patties)

"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!"


Lemon Cooler Cookies

"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!"


Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies

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.

Original Girl Scout Cookies

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.

Chocolate-Dipped Shortbread Cookies

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.

Iced Oatmeal Cookies

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!

Granola Cookies

Girl Scouts' discontinued Forget-Me-Nots were just simple, delicious granola cookies. Recreate the flavor with this easy recipe.

Homemade Thin Mint Cookies

"Excellent Cookie. I chilled for a couple days in a roll, then thinly sliced to bake. Topped with the chocolate. They are so good but rich."

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