Attention all Thin Mints fanatics: Two flavors of Girl Scout Cookies are coming to cereal boxes this winter.
General Mills is teaming up with the Girl Scouts to launch limited edition Girl Scout cookie cereals, the company says.
Thin Mints and Caramel Crunch (you know them as Samoas, in cookie form) are the featured cereal flavors. Starting in January 2017, the Girl Scout cookie cereals will be available nationwide, according to General Mills spokesman Mike Siemienas.
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It will come out as the Girl Scouts mark 100 years of selling their world famous cookies in 2017.
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From the Girls Scouts website: "It started in 1917 when Girl Scouts in Muskogee, Oklahoma, did what Girl Scouts everywhere always do. They had a great idea. The girls of Mistletoe Troop hit upon the clever idea to fund their projects by selling cookies they made themselves in their kitchens at home."
Over a million girls have sold the signature cookies to help teach empowerment and life skills.