Worst to Best: Girl Scout Cookies
- Samoas. People either love or hate Samoas. …
- Tagalongs. There was only one No. …
- Savannah Smiles. Another relative newcomer, these powdered sugar lemon cookies couldn’t break away from the bottom of the pack, despite impressing a few tasters. …
- 6-7. (tie) Trefoils. …
- 6-7. (tie) S’Mores. …
There are two gluten free Girl Scout Cookies available this year, Toffee-Tastic and Trios. Both are offered in select Girl Scout markets as long as supplies last, so find out if your local council is selling these bad boys right here. Not only that, but you can buy them online, too.
The truth is you’re getting a lot of refined carbohydrates, sugar and variable amounts of fat in your Girl Scout cookies. Many of them are particularly high in saturated fat — with most top sellers having more than 20 percent of the daily value.
The best-selling Girl Scout Cookies are:
- Thin Mints. ®
- Caramel deLites®/Samoas. ®
- Peanut Butter Patties®/Tagalongs. ®
- Do-si-dos®/Peanut Butter Sandwich. ®
- Trefoils ® /Shortbread. ®
What happened to Gluten Free Girl?
Shauna Ahern gave up her blog, Gluten-Free Girl, in 2017. She made a good go of it for 12 years and her blog lives on online. Now, instead of food blogging, she works full-time as head writer at ChefsSteps. Her husband Danny stays home with her two kids, and everyone gets health insurance.
The Girl Scouts just announced a brand-new cookie variety, so make space for even more boxes alongside your Tagalongs and Do-si-dos. The new cookie is Caramel Chocolate Chip, a gluten-free chewy cookie made with caramel, semisweet chocolate chips, and a hint of sea salt.