Strawberry Chocolate Mint Cookie Crunch (Made With Girl Scout Th

"I am buried in a profusion of Girl Scout brand cookies and lots of fresh strawberries and I thought, I wonder how these would taste together? So I tried it and in my opinion, it was a pretty good combo. For an alternative, crumble Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies over a bowl of sliced strawberries and add a dollop of whipped cream. 'Zaar didn't recognize "1 large strawberry", so I had to change it."
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Ready In:
4 cookies or one bowl


  • 4 girl scout thin mint cookies
  • 1 strawberry (1 large)


  • Cut one large strawberry into 4 slices.
  • Lay one slice of strawberry on top of each Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookie.
  • For a second option:

  • Slice about 4 strawberries into a bowl.
  • Crumble 1 to 2 Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookies over top.
  • Garnish with 1 tbsp thawed whipped topping, such as Cool Whip Free.

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  1. I went with the bowl method, and the combination of strawberries with chocolate mint does work. Thanks for the idea!


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