We know what you’re thinking, “who has leftover Girl Scout cookies?” It happens! Some of us may get a little rambunctious when the Girl Scout cookies roll into town because we know it may be a while before we see them again, and the off-brand just doesn’t cut it for us die-hard fans. So, naturally, we stock up. If you’re the proud owner of leftover Girl Scout cookies, take note of these recipes using leftover Girl Scout cookies that’ll have you buying even more boxes next time!
Thin Mint Muddy Buddies
Candy mint chips coupled with Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies give this chocolately classic its subtle green-hue and minty flavor. Thin Mint muddy buddies is an irresistible mint chocolate dessert; a mint chocolate lovers dream bursting in chocolate-minty goodness that comes together in a delicious snap. To make your thin mint muddy buddies extra special, consider adding a handful of green M&Ms, pretzels, nuts, or added chocolate chips.
Girl Scout Cookie Fudge
Utterly decadent and rich, this Girl Scout cookie fudge is a gift from the heavens. Use any leftover Girl Scout cookie your heart desires for this easy fudge recipe. Sweetened condensed milk adds a luscious creaminess and sweetness to this delicious chocolate fudge, along with high-quality chocolate chips.
Girl Scout Cookie Coffee Cake
Who says cookies can’t be for breakfast? Girl Scout Samoa cookie coffee cake is blanketed with a mouthwatering Samoa cookie coating! The classic moist, tender crumb of the coffee cake offers warm, comforting, familiar flavors of traditional coffee cake blended with an irresistible toasted coconut, caramel, chocolately crumbled topping.
Thin Mint Cookie Milkshake
Making a Girl Scout Thin Mint cookie milkshake is as easy as 1, 2, 3! This throwback treat uses only three ingredients, vanilla ice cream, thin mints, and milk, to whip up a creamy dream in just mere minutes. Switch it up with other leftover girl scout cookies flavors, and concoct some Instaworthy milkshake creations of your own.
Thin Mint Truffles
Thin mint truffles are an easy no-bake treat made with only three simple ingredients! Grind your thin mint cookies into a fine powder, and then mix with some rich cream cheese. Shape your yummy mixture into truffle shapes, then dip in your choice of chocolate. Chill and enjoy.
Don’t feel tied down to just Thin Mints. Prepare your homemade truffles with a variety of Girl Scout cookies for a host of new flavor combinations. Lemon-ups would make a sunshiney truffle with bursts of bright, citrusy flavor. At the same time, Girl Scout s’mores, the chocolately marshmallow combo, will have you reminiscing about cozy nights around the campfire. There are endless flavor options for your homemade Girl Scout truffles!
Samoa Stuffed Brownies
Don’t be fooled; these glorious fudgy Samoa stuffed brownies are anything but complicated, perfect for those looking for a midnight snack to satisfy their sweet tooth in a snap! Stop scrolling now and put those leftover caramel deLites to good use in this simple yet addicting brownie recipe.
The only thing that stands between you and some of the best brownies you’ve ever had are a box of brownie mix, Samoa cookies, shredded coconut, and some chocolate chips. Don’t forget to top your rich, fudgy brownies with a sinfully delicious caramel frosting if you can wait that long for a slice! We promise it’s worth the wait.
Samoa Magic Bars
If there were any cookie in the world that encompasses the same flavors as the magic cookie bar, it would be the iconic Samoa. Just as magic cookie bars are chewy and rich, with layers of ooey-gooey chocolaty, coconut, and sticky caramel, so are Samoas, in a more petite form. It would only make sense to blend these two incredibly similar desserts to make the most mind-blowing magic cookie bar the world has ever tasted—Samoa magic bars!
Chocolate and peanut butter are truly harmonious in the Tagalong cupcakes. This power couple flavor shines in every bite, yet a tasty secret awaits you hidden way in the tender chocolately cake center.
Prepare these easy cupcakes with a devil’s food cake mix while making it taste straight from a bakery with a package of instant chocolate pudding mix and sour cream for a tender crumb. Top your Tagalong cupcakes with creamy peanut butter frosting and a rich chocolate glaze. Don’t forget the Tagalong cookie as a garnish!
Samoa No-Bake Cheesecake
Craving cheesecake? But you’d rather skip the oven and the whole production? Then this easy and quick Samoas no-bake cheesecake recipe is perfect for you! Serve your individual cheesecakes in ornate glasses or bowls for a festive look!
The Samoa no-bake cheesecake is creamy and mousse-like, blended with vanilla and coconut extracts that enhance the chewy and rich Samoa cookie’s exotic flavors! Use your leftover Samoa Girl Scout cookies to pamper yourself with these dreamy treats.
Raspberry Lemon Bread Pudding
Raspberry lemon bread pudding brightens up an old-fashioned dessert with deliciously tart raspberries and sweet, tangy, citrusy lemonade cookies. Adding lemon cookies and fresh raspberries, and sweet lemon sauce is a quick way to elevate this beloved classic dish.
Comforting and refreshing, this impressive homemade dish will be a welcomed part of your dessert routine when you can get your hands on some Girl Scout lemonades.
Samoas Cookie Ice Cream Cake
Skip the Carvel ice cream cake in your local grocery store freezer and whip up an extraordinary summer bash showstopper with your leftover Samoas! The Samoa cookie ice cream cake is everything you know and love about ice cream cakes, but even better!
Brimming with caramel and coconut ice cream and pieces of ooey-gooey Samoa cookies, then drizzled in caramel sauce and hot fudge, this creamy, dreamy ice cream cake is a Samoa cookie lover’s dream come true!