Homemade Girl Scout Cookies Soon Possible in New Toy Oven
So you like Girl Scout Cookies but are upset you don't have access to them year-round. Well, now there's a solution!
This fall brings the debut of the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven. ABC News reports the oven will retail for $59.99 and come with one box of Thin Mint mix. Other flavors, like Trefoils, Samoas, Do-si-dos, Tagalongs and more, are available for $6.99 per mix.
It's an idea that apparently has been years in the making, but until recently the Girl Scouts had squashed the plan:
That all changed with new management recently, and Rinzler saw an opening. He got the cookie company to agree to a partnership and plans were set in motion this past July. Wicked Cool Toys developed their own patent-pending toy oven – which Rinzler is very quick to say is better than the Easy Bake with an all-new ceramic heating element – and worked with food scientists to create the cookie mixes.
I'm most excited because it appears you can buy and make Girl Scout Lemon Cookies, which haven't been sold in our area in the past few years. One for the Christmas list!