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A Totally Non-Definitive Ranking of Girl Scout Cookies Based on How Long They Last Before I Devour the Entire Box

1. Thin Mints

Let’s be real, they’re a fan favorite for a reason. And I’m eating them as I write this.

Rate: 10/10


2. Samoas

Not going to lie, Samoas are strong competition to the current reigning champion. They’re crispy, they’re gooey, they’re caramel-y. And they taste incredible refrigerated.

Rate: 9.9/10


3. Trefoils

These bad boys are definitely underestimated. Their blue-colored boxes pack shortbread cookies that are simple, sugary, and traditional, but their taste is far from basic.

Rate: 8/10


4. Tagalongs

Some flavors just go together, and peanut butter and chocolate are definitely a prime example. Tagalongs are literally a peanut butter cup embodied in a girl scout cookie. Sign me up, every day of the week.

Rate: 8/10


5. Savannah Smiles

Crispy, lemony, and dusted with powdered sugar? I don’t know who Savannah is, but her cookies definitely have me smiling.

Rate: 7/10


6. Do-si-dos

Do-si-dos are definitely not a cookie I would voluntarily buy when confronted by a Girl Scout, but they’re not bad by any means. Honestly, they taste like a peanut butter sandwich, which isn’t necessarily what I’m looking for in a cookie, but hey, who am I to judge?

Rate: 6/10


7. S’mores

These cookies were all the rage when they first came out, and according to my sources (yes, I know a few Brownies), they were pretty much impossible to get anywhere because they were so popular. However, I personally found that they tasted like golden Oreos and wasn’t that big of a fan. Oh well, can’t win ‘em all.

Rate: 4/10


8. Toffee Tastic

I’m going to be honest, I’ve never actually tried these cookies so my ranking of them might be inaccurate. All I know is that they cost a dollar more than the other cookies because they’re gluten-free and for some reason, my brain thinks it makes more sense to buy three more boxes of Thin Mints than to fork over an extra dollar to try them.

Rate: ???/10

Annalise is a senior studying speech-language pathology at SLU.
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