Have Girl Scout Cookies Year-Round With Your Very Own Girl Scouts Cookie Oven

The allure of Girl Scouts Cookies is their celebrity and fleeting availability. Would we still want them if they were available year-round? Hell yeah. Girl Scouts Cookies are delicious. Buttery tastiness should not be seasonal. Gone are the days of waiting for the neighbor kid or a co-worker to bring you an order form. Gone are the days of having missed that order form and longing for a sleeve of Thin Mints. Now you—more specifically your child—can make Thin Mints, Trefoils, and Lemon Cookies anytime a craving strikes.

Pennsylvania based toymaker, Wicked Cool Toys, brings licensed products and proprietary lines to the mass market. One of their newest additions is the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. Soon children everywhere can peddle Girl Scouts Cookies with the Cookie Oven, On-the-Go Wagon, and Cookie Stand.

Girl Scouts was started in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low, perhaps better known as Daisy. Now over 100 years strong, Girl Scouts everywhere have formed a sisterhood built on courage, confidence, and the drive to explore their passions. And for good reasons, they call themselves the “preeminent leadership development organization for girls.” Entrepreneurial tools like money management, goal setting, and people skills are learned through Girl Scouts Cookie sales. Those skills will guide girls for a lifetime.

With the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven, girls, boys, and cookie lovers of all ages can bake their own and then earn their business badge by selling and delivering goods with Wicked Cool Toys’ new Girl Scouts themed role playing toys. All of the Girl Scouts toys will hit the shelves this fall—just in time for Christmas and just as our current cookie stash is running low.

Girl Scouts Cookie Oven is an actual working mini-oven with a viewing window. It comes with a mix to make Thin Mints, a baking pan, and spatula. But don’t worry, though, once that mix runs out Basic Refill Packs of eight classic Girl Scouts Cookies can be purchased. Thin Mints are included in those refill choices, and so are my favorites: Peanut Butter Sandwich and Coconut Caramel. Samoas, people. We could have Samoas every day! Of course I would have my four year old daughter make them, but I want to be supportive of her efforts. Other mixes include Chocolate Peanut Butter, Trefoils, Chocolate Chip, Sugar, and Oatmeal.

Deluxe Refill Packs combine two or three of your favorite cookie mixes in one convenient purchase. Another upside of buying a Deluxe Pack is to get your hands on Chocolate Shortbread and Lemon Cookies, complete with chocolate and lemon icing. These two classics are only sold as part of a pack which also includes Trefoils.

If any cookies make it out of the kitchen, the Girl Scouts Cookie Stand and On-the-Go Wagon can be used to turn your child into an up and coming tycoon and cooler than the kid selling lemonade. The Cookie Stand comes with play cookie boxes, chalkboards, chalk, and fabric shelves for cookie displays. The On-the-Go Wagon has a wooden base with metal, adjustable sides and comes with a removable cookie stand, complete with a clipboard.

We all want our daughters to grow up with financial skills and confidence. Which means I should probably buy a Girl Scouts Cookie Oven for mine, right? Having Girl Scouts Cookies year-round is a parental sacrifice I am willing to make.