March 03, 2009

I Was a Campfire Girl

So I'm not selling anyone out to tell you about these...

Baking Bites is now my favorite cooking site ever, for no other reason than that they developed recipes for all the best Girl Scout cookies. Do you realize what this means? I can have Girl Scout cookies any time I want. Only without the hydrogenated fat.

9 comments:

becky said...

Oh my goodness, that is freaking awesome! Thank you for sharing.... I think I just found what will fill my weekend.

pottergrrl said...

Peanut Butter Patties!!! I am so happy. This is like when I finally worked out how to make a completely home-made tuna casserole--my childhood soul food. No more campbells cream of mushroom soup, no more canned mushroom caps, sustainably fished tuna (I also leave out the green peppers, but that's just cuz I always hated them).

That was a great day. This is a great day.

Parenthood For Me said...

that's great. What a good gift for people who love GSC.

coldwork said...

This is brilliant! Thanks for sharing the link. I can't wait to try the recipes.

DrSpouse said...

I ordered some from a friend (I am a Rainbow - pre-Brownies - leader so I can't really get away with it) and the leaflet now says "no trans fats" in most of them, so I picked ones that said that.

I did see the Baking Bites recipes though which look lovely.

Rachel said...

This rules.

Kischa said...

This is good info, I love baking. My daughter is a girl scout, so I have a dining room full of cookies right now.

shopannies said...

love several of these I was a girl scout and sold lots of cookies

thanks for coming by my blog and good luck in the contest you entered

Lori said...

I'm equal parts thrilled and terrified. Samoas at my fingertips? So, so bad. And yet so good.

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