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Hallelujah, You Can Bake Your Own Girl Scouts Cookies in This Tiny Oven

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Are you tired of the high-pressure sales tactics used by the cookie-selling Girl Scouts outside the entrance of your local shopping mall? You're not alone, and you'll never have to be intimidated by them again because the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven from Wicked Cool Toys lets you make your own Thin Mints and Coconut Caramel treats at home. We repeat: you can finally bake your own Girl Scouts cookies at home.

Looking not unlike the classic Easy-Bake Oven, the $60 Girl Scouts Cookie Oven works on the same principle using a kid-safe heat source inside (presumably not a banned incandescent light bulb) to bake a small amount of cookie dough that kids actually mix themselves. And there's a small window to keep an eye on the baking progress because waiting for freshly-baked cookies is pure torture.


Refills for some of the Girl Scouts' most popular cookie flavors, as well as traditional cookie staples, are available for $7 each including Peanut Butter Sandwich, Trefoils, Lemon, Chocolate Chip, and Oatmeal. But multi-flavor packs will also be available for $15 if you're having a hard time choosing.


The best part of the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven is that you'll actually be able to buy accessories letting you sell your home-made treats. This fall both a $130 Girl Scouts-themed wagon, and an $80 Girl Scouts-themed cookie stand will be available so you can stake your own spot outside a Walmart entrance and help raise funds to buy yourself a new TV, or just more cookies. [Wicked Cool Toys]

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