Post # 1
I was thinking about including Girl Scout Cookies in my out of town bags because my wedding is in Savannah, the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low the founder of the Girlscouts.
But my wedding is in September. I know a lot of people freeze their Girlscout Cookies, but would you be grossed out because they had been frozen for six months?
Post # 3
Nay. I think it would be a bit odd to begin with and then having a 6 month gap on top of that… I wouldn’t eat them.
Post # 4
I never turn down a Samoa
Post # 5
I’m a huge Girl Scout cookie fan. People around here go nuts for some Girl Scout cookies. I think it would be a great idea!
Post # 6
Girl Scout cookies last forever when frozen. I know tons of people who stock up and freeze them so they’ll have them later in the year. I say do it.
Post # 7
Mm, thin mints and tagalongs. I say go for it.
Post # 7
The mint ones are the best 🙂
Post # 8
I love cookies. New cookies, old cookies. I don’t discriminate! LOL 🙂
Post # 9
Mmmmm, frozen thin mints are like crack. I would so eat them.
If you don’t want to freeze them, there are tons of recipes for the different kinds out there.
Post # 10
I freeze my girl scout cookies (thin mints), but if I received a box of cookies in September as a gift I’d be a little cocnerned about eating them.
Post # 11
YAY! there must be a way to order them online right before the wedding.
But to answer your question, yes, I would love to have girl scout cookies as favors!
Post # 12
I love girl scout cookies! 🙂
Post # 13
Hell, send me your frozen thin mints. I couldn’t care less if they are three years old! Just send them to me! I will have to re-freeze them though – until after Lent.
Post # 13
Freeze ’em! 🙂 They last forever… seriously. I don’t know if that’s good or bad, but I know it’s damn tasty 😉
Post # 14
I’d freeze them. I had candy for my wedding that I bought in February (we wanted pink candy) and our wedding was in December. No one had the slightest clue that any of our candy was frozen. I don’t think anyone will suspect anything if you freeze them. Plus, you may want to check expiration dates. Cookies in boxes last long, so you may not even have to freeze them!