Need Find Know

The Definitive Ranking Of This Season’s Girl Scout Cookies

Be prepared. *Holds up three fingers*

12. Cranberry Citrus Crisps

Cranberry Citrus Crisps

View this image ›

Why the Girl Scouts of America think it’s a good idea to pack an assortment of fruits into a whole grain cookie crisp is beyond me.

11. Thank U Berry Munch

Thank U Berry Munch

View this image ›

Cranberries and white fudge in a cookie — no thank you. This cookie can only appeal to grandmothers.

10. Do-si-dos


View this image ›

Peanut butter sandwiched in between oatmeal cookies makes your mouth like you’ve been lost in the desert for weeks.

9. Trefoils


View this image ›

Probably the least exciting cookie when it comes to flavor, but it’s a nice neutral cookie.

8. Lemonades


View this image ›

Basically a Trefoil, but with some zesty lemon icing. I can dig it.

7. Chocolate Chip Shortbread

Chocolate Chip Shortbread

View this image ›

The best shortbread option on the Girl Scout cookie menu, but still bland shortbread nonetheless. It’s also gluten-free; how trendy!

6. Savannah Smiles

Savannah Smiles

View this image ›

Powdered sugar is my jam, so I’m all for a lemon-bar inspired cookie covered in the stuff.

5. Dolce de Leche

Dolce de Leche

View this image ›

Three words: milk caramel chips. Done and done.

4. Thanks-A-Lot


View this image ›

This cookie has a whole side covered in chocolate. Also, you get to learn how to say “Thank you” in multiple languages. Learning!

3. Tagalongs


View this image ›

My lanta, these cookies are amazing. They’re like the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups of Girl Scout cookies, i.e. bangin’.

2. Thin Mints

Thin Mints

View this image ›

Now I know it might be controversial putting Thin Mints as number two. That said, they are amazing, iconic cookies, and if you don’t put them in the freezer before you eat them, then I can’t even talk to you.

1. Samoas


View this image ›

THE MOST AMAZING COOKIE OF MY LIFE. Also delicious when frozen, these cookies are everything I want and more, and if you call them “Caramel deLites,” I will straight punch you in the face.

Read more:



Comments are closed.