The Girl Scouts are adding a new cookie to their 2022 lineup. It's called "Adventurefuls" and they're a "brownie-inspired treat featuring a caramel-flavored cream center, a drizzle of chocolate sauce, and a touch of sea salt."
Parents may mean well by passing the sign-up sheet around the office and posting about their child's cookie sales on social media, but there's one big reason why Girl Scout Cookies should be sold by the girls and not the parents.
Raise your hand if you can polish off an entire sleeve of Thin Mints in one sitting. Or if you tend to suck on the Tagalongs until the cookie part melts in your mouth and mixes perfectly with the chocolate and peanut butter. And then you eat five more. Some of us might do those things.
Girl Scouts will be at several grocery stores around Tyler and Longview this weekend, with tables set up selli
Girls Scouts in Tyler are part of a regional group called Girl Scouts of North East Texas, which covers 32 counties in East and Northeast Texas, including Smith, Wood, Gregg, Henderson and Van Zandt Counties.
I will admit up-front that I am a junkie when it comes to Thin Mints, which is why this caught my attention, but I am curious to see how you feel about this. A Texas-based pro-family group is calling for a boycott of Girl Scout cookies in response to the organization’s decision to allow a Colorado boy who identifies as a girl to join a local troop.