We all have a favorite Girl Scout cookie, and so we all know that it can be a long and sad wait for cookie season to roll around if you didn’t stock up on enough boxes of your beloved while you had the chance. It’s happened to the best of us, but never fear! If you didn’t catch the girls in the green vests in front of the grocery store this year, you can always make your own. If Samoas happen to be your favorite (and how could they not be? …what with the salty cookie crunch, chewy caramel, and sweet bite of chocolate and coconut), we’ve got you covered with a no-bake option that will satisfy that cookie craving in just twenty minutes.
Our version requires a little bit of stove-time but no oven-time whatsoever, and that’s thanks to the base we’ve chosen to use, which isn’t really a cookie at all – it’s a Ritz cracker! The cracker offers the same buttery and slightly salty crunch of the original cookie and maintains its crispness even though it’s topped with soooo much goodness. While our version might not be a perfect twin to the original cookie in appearance, we can promise that it hits all the right flavor notes.
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