Girl Scout cookie doughnuts prove too much of a good thing is just enough

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I see your cookie and raise you a donut.I see your cookie and raise you a donut.
2016%2f09%2f16%2f8f%2fhttpsd2mhye01h4nj2n.cloudfront.netmediazgkymde1lza3.6f94dBy Sarah Spigelman Richter2017-02-24 15:04:24 UTC

If you managed to make it through the doldrums of February without any Girl Scout cookies, bravo. And simultaneously, "awww...sad."

Don't worry. Even if your local scouts have stopped selling cookies, Broad Street Dough Co., in Oakhurst, New Jersey, has the cookie/doughnut mashups of your dreams. 

The innovating company have turned your favorite Girl Scout cookies into doughnuts.

The Thin Mint doughnut is a chocolate doughnut with chocolate frosting, chocolate crunchies and a chocolate mint glaze. 

The Samoa is a plain doughnut dipped in caramel and toasted coconut. It's topped with chocolate drizzle and Bavarian cream. 

The Tagalongs is a plain doughnut with chocolate icing and peanut butter. 

All donuts are topped with their namesake cookies. 

Shop owner Desdemona Dalia tells Cosmpolitan, "she buys a couple thousand boxes of Girl Scout Cookies every year [!!], and that the Girl Scout Cookies doughnuts usually last until July."

Swimsuit season is an obnoxious phrase. With these babies lasting through most of summer, let's re-christen it, "Samoa season."

Topics: cookies, Donuts, , girl scout cookies, Watercooler

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