This Is What You Should Do with All Those Girl Scout Cookies in Your Pantry

This Is What You Should Do with All Those Girl Scout Cookies in Your Pantry

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Lauren Kodiak
Apr 1, 2016
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Did you go a little overboard buying Girl Scout cookies this year? No judgement here; I know how easy it is to get carried away when you see those boxes stacked on a table outside your local grocery store. (Not to mention the cute kids selling them!)

And while they're great on their own, there's only so many cookies you can eat before you start to wonder why you bought seven boxes of the same kind. If you've got a surplus of Thin Mints in your pantry, you're going to want to make this milkshake.

All you need are a few ingredients — vanilla ice cream, milk, and Thin Mints, of course — and a blender to make this sweet treat.

And since this is already quite the indulgence, why not go one step further by adding some homemade peppermint whipped cream? Garnish with crushed Thin Mints and sprinkles for the best milkshake ever.

Get the Recipe: Thin Mint Milkshake with Peppermint Whipped Cream from Life Is but a Dish

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