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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Travel2Food, Mar 4, 2011.
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Place cookies in freezer for at least three hours.
Remove from freezer and eat one.
Repeat until all cookies are finished or a family member may eat them.
Can't discuss. Too busy drooling.
put peanut butter on them....
Crush up and put in a milkshake.
Also makes a mean crust for a chocolate pie.
Just ordered some the other day, waiting for arrival
Never been a thin mint fan. Those coconut things are okay though. Personally I prefer See's over Girl Scouts any day, and you can get them whenever you want.
Oh, I'm not sure about that. The chocolate goes with PB for sure but I'm not sure about the mint.
I do agree though that putting them in the freezer makes them even more awesome.
I am, today, very restricted in my Thin Mint consumption. For some odd reason, American Girl Scouts rarely knock on my door offering me cookies (or anything else).
There is, however, one member of this board who for the past few years has always sent me one or two boxes. They manage to disappear almost immediately.
In the old days, when I lived in suburban Pennsylvania, I was apt to buy a lot more of them. Just how many depended on how good they looked. By "they", I am not referring to the cookies, nor even the Girl Scouts, but rather the mothers of the Scouts who accompanied the girls when they made their rounds. As I recall, there was one blonde mother of a Brownie Scout who could safely depend on my ordering at least a carton from her -- and a lot more if said blonde mother promised to deliver them in person.
"And finally monsieur a wafer thin mint"
2 boxes of Thin Mints, 2 boxes of Samoas, and 1 box of Do-Si-Dos were places on the office kitchen table.
Thin Mints were opened first, followed by Do-Si-Dos, followed by Samoas.
Thin Mints were first to be polished off, followed by Samoas, followed by Do-Si-Dos.
Time from start of experiment to end: 36 hours.
You must have opened them at 4:45/16:45 on a Friday afternoon.
I dream in chocolate! Thin mints are my favorite GS cookies. Have you had the special edition of Pierre's Thin Mint Girl Scout Ice Cream?
Luckily there are always some hidden in the house.
Unfortunately I rarely can find them.
mrsdiver90 is a Cookie Mom. Right now we have 120 boxes of GS cookies in our garage. We had 250 Saturday morning but they had a booth sale.
Eat your hearts out.
Its time for 'thick mints' to be part the pillow club.
like like like
thin mint - brownies. Amazing.
exactly. mind blowingly good
I don't like mints too much but I like all of you.
I understand the message, i think, but the grammar might need a touch-up. That is what you said is it not?
Love it! and for those who want more