Girl Scouts Cookie Oven Is A Real Thing You Can Use To Stuff Your Face With Homemade Thin Mints

(Wicked Cool Toys)

(Wicked Cool Toys)

For many, Girl Scout cookie time is the most magical time of the year — the boxes come a’tumbling off the cookie wagon, bringing mouthfuls of sugary joy for as long as they last in the hands of greedy customers, and all is well… at least for a little while. But what if you could make your own Girl Scout cookies at home, no matter the season?

Bring on the calories, because that’s exactly what is now possible with a new Girl Scouts cookie oven. No, it doesn’t bake Girl Scouts, it bakes some of the trademarked goodies you usually have to get through your local scout/purveyor.

According to Toymaker Wicked Cool Toys in a press release (PDF), the new oven is safe for kids to use as well as adults. Because let’s face it, there are going to be plenty of adults into this thing.

“The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven lets aspiring bakers experience the hands on fun of making their own Girl Scouts cookies,” the company says. “A real working oven, it comes complete with tolls and mixes that allow girls to make cookies that look and taste just like the real thing.”

The starter kit comes with a Thin Mints cookie mix and a few tools, with additional mixes available for the Peanut Butter Sandwich, Trefoils, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Coconut Caramel, Chocolate Chip, Sugar and Oatmeal from $6.99 to $14.99 for deluxe refill packs.

There’s no telling whether or not these will taste exactly like your favorites — and let’s face it, no one wants to put the Girl Scouts totally out of business. But it’ll probably do in a pinch, otherwise known as the moment you can’t stand one more minute of the day without a Thin Mint in your mouth.

The oven will hit shelves at toy stores this fall and will set cookie lovers back $59.99 for the chance at DIY cookie joy.

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