The Girl Scout Cookie Oven is here because life is wonderful
Listen up, Girl Scout cookie fans: you no longer have to wait for Girl Scout cookie season to happen to eat Girl Scout cookies! How is this even possible? With the brand-new Girl Scout Cookie OVEN! That’s right, soon you will be able to bake your own cookies that look and taste like real Girl Scout cookies.
Wicked Cool Toys announced this week that the first-ever Girl Scout Cookie Oven is expected to hit retail stores in fall 2015. The working oven is equipped with tools and mixes that allow kids — and let’s be real, adults — to make their own batches of Girl Scout cookies. You probably won’t be able to get away with selling them in front of banks, grocery stores and shopping centers, but you’ll definitely be able to EAT them in front of banks, grocery stores and shopping centers if you feel like it.
The oven is safe for kids and comes with a Thin Mint mix, a spatula, baking pan and a measuring tool—all for $59.99. If Thin Mints don’t satisfy your Girl Scout cookie needs, there is also an option to purchase refill packs—PB Sandwich, Trefoils, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Coconut Caramel, Chocolate Chip, Sugar and Oatmeal for $6.99 each (or $14.99 for deluxe packs). If those also don’t satisfy your Girl Scout cookie needs, then it’s possible you’re doing it wrong and should probably just buy the cookies pre-made. Or you just hate Girl Scout cookies.
Baking cookies in the Girl Scout Cookie Oven doesn’t make you an official Girl Scout, but it definitely makes you an unofficial one. I don’t know what the rules are on wearing Girl Scout badges you didn’t earn, but if you succeed at DIY-ing Girl Scout cookies that actually taste like the real thing, I’m pretty sure that’ll at least earn you a fake badge and a high five.