Video: Girl Scouts Make Girl Scout Cookie Desserts Using Caramel Delights, Do-See-Dos and Samoas As Seen On The Today Show!

 

 

The Girl Scouts and Taste of Home teamed up for the 1st annual Girl Scout Cookie Contest. The three finalists made fabulous desserts using Do-See-Do cookies, Samoa cookies and Caramel Delights. Be sure to watch the videos to watch the finalists make fabulous desserts and see who was crowned the winner on Sunday, May 3 on Today.

The Girl Scouts and Taste of Home teamed up for the 1st annual Girl Scout Cookie Contest. The three finalists made fabulous desserts using Do-See-Do cookies, Samoa cookies and Caramel Delights. Be sure to watch the videos to watch the finalists make fabulous desserts and see who was crowned the winner on Sunday, May 3 on Today.

Do you have an extra box of Girl Scout Caramel Delights, Samoas or Do-See-Dos cookies laying around the house? If so, you’ll definitely want to watch the video below! The Girl Scouts partnered with Taste of Home for the first annual Girl Scout Cookie contest! There were three finalists that joined “Today” show co-host Erica Hill this morning (one former Girl Scout and two current Girl Scouts and their parents) and they shared their phenomenal award winning desserts using Girl Scout cookies!!!

For the Do-See-Do recipe the former Girl Scout and her dad utilized the famed peanut butter Girl Scout cookies, melted chocolate chips, peanut oil and peanut butter.

The second Girl Scout made an amazing Chocolate Chantilly Coconut Pie that I can’t wait to try using Samoas. They also used a pre-made crust, cream cheese, chocolate pudding, coconut, and homemade whip cream.

The third Girl Scout and Pennsylvania native, made fabulous Delightful Caramel Bars using famed Girl Scout cookies, chocolate chips, crushed caramel delights, melted caramel, crushed shortbread.

 

For these delicious award winning Girl Scout cookie dessert recipes and to see who won the 1st annual Girl Scout and Taste of Home Girl Scout Cookie contest, please watch the video below and visit Today.com!

 

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