There’s Now A Girl Scouts Cookie Oven For Making Your Own Thin Mints And Trefoils


You love Girl Scouts cookies, but find the little girls’ high-pressure sales tactic of being adorable children way more difficult to maneuver your way through than the sleazy ruse that salesmen use at the auto lot. If you’d like your cookies without the anxiety caused by enduring nefarious selling tricks, we have a feeling you’ll be interested in this Girl Scouts Cookie Oven.

Made by Wicked Cool Toys, it’s a toy-slash-miniature oven designed to churn out nothing but freshly-baked Girl Scouts cookies. Kinda like the classic Easy-Bake, but strictly for making Thin Mints, Trefoils, and other popular Girl Scouts cookie treats.


Similar to the Easy Bake, the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven uses a heating element inside (ceramic) to bake the cookie doughs, which come packaged in individual flavors. Spatula, baking pan, and measuring tools are included, too, so kids can enjoy a baking experience as close as possible to the real thing. A small viewing window on the side lets children watch their mixes turn into delicious treats, with a designated warming station for heating and melting any desired coatings and frostings.

Each oven will come with a mix for making Thin Mints, with refill packs for different recipes available separately. Aside from the mini-oven and refills, parents can also buy their kids a Girl Scouts On-The-Go Wagon and even a Girl Scouts Cookie Stand, so kids can run their own black market Girl Scouts cookie manufacturing and distribution operation.

The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven will hit stores in the fall, priced at $59.99.

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