I made these and thought that I should probably share. Because gosh, who doesn’t love Girl Scout Cookies. Girl Scout Cookie Valentines are a the perfect way to support a girl’s dreams and celebrate a holiday that spreads love. I am a huge fan of the Tagalongs but since I am now gluten free, the best I can do is decorate them and share them with friends. I am sending three dozen cookies to the school for teachers during conference night tomorrow and think these are the best!
Before I share my creations, I hope you will enter to win TEN boxes of cookies (2 Thin Mint, 2 Samoa, 2 Trefoil, 2 Tagalongs, 1 Do-Si-Do and 1 Savannah Smiles).
Trefoils – Dip these Girl Scout Valentines in melted candy coating and then sprinkles. I love this because you could use sprinkles in any colors to celebrate all kinds of holidays and occasions.
Tagalaongs – For these Girl Scout Cookie Valentines, add royal icing hearts. These are my favorite. I could eat a whole box in five minutes if I weren’t gluten free. This might be one of my most missed treats from my days with gluten. I miss it but gosh, I sure do feel better.
Thin Mints – Drizzle melted candy coating or royal icing over the tops of these Girl Scout Cookie Valentines. I know a friend who crushes them and makes cookie balls using them as a base. I need to find that recipe and share it sometime too. I would, of course, ask her first. She is not a blogger and would probably be happy to share.
Toffee-Tastics – Put two together with a layer of frosting and roll in sprinkles to create these Girl Scout Cookie Valentines.
Put them all together on a tray and BOOM, you have quite a treat. If you are giving thin mints as a stand alone Girl Scout Cookie Valentines treat, you might like this little printable to go with each sleeve! You can download it free.
Cheers to making a difference and spreading love,
PS: Here is a favee recipe that use Girl Scout cookies too!