That time of the year when everyone’s favorite cookies has come to a close. But what if you could have those Girl Scout Cookies all year long and at home.
Wicked Cool Toys introduces the first-ever Girl Scouts Cookie Oven. A real working oven that comes complete with a spatula, baking pan, measuring tool and a Thin Mints mix that allows girls to make cookies that look and taste like the real thing. There is also a viewing window to allow the baker to watch their treats baking and a warming station to heat /melt cookie coatings and toppings.
There will be two types of refill packs: Basic and Deluxe.
Basic Refill Packs feature popular Girl Scout Cookie flavors, as well as, classic cookie favorites:
• Thin Mints
• PB Sandwich
• Chocolate Peanut Butter
• Coconut Caramel
• Chocolate Chip
Deluxe Refill Packs come in four varieties:
• Thin Mints and PB Sandwich
• Trefoils – makes Trefoils, Chocolate Shortbread and Lemon Cookies with chocolate and lemon icing
• Chocolate Peanut Butter and Coconut Caramel
• Chocolate Chip, Sugar and Oatmeal
The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven will be part of the Wicked Cool Toys Girl Scouts line, which will include the Girl Scouts On-the-Go Wagon and Cookie Stand.
Girl Scouts On-the-Go Wagon has a classic wagon design with wooden base, hight-adjustable metal mesh framed walls with a Trefoil pattern. Also includes a removable cookie stand, chalkboard and clipboard. While the wooden Cookie Stand conveniently folds up and fits into a carrying case for setting up shop anywhere. It includes cardboard printed “play” cookie boxes, chalkboards, chalk, eraser, pins and fabric shelves.
You can expect to see these hit retailers throughout the US beginning in Fall 2015. SRP for the oven is $59.99, Basic Refill Packs is $6.99, Deluxe Refill Packs is $14.99, On-the-Go Wagon is $129.99 and Cookie Stand is $79.99.
On a sidenote, I was able to order my Girl Scout Cookies through the Digital Cookie site while attending the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in January. The Girl Scouts had a booth at CES to introduce and demonstrate the site to attendees. The Digital Cookie allows a Girl Scout to create an personal page detailing her goals, learning, cookie sales and more. This program teaches additional skills using email and online marketing techniques.
I purchased half a dozen Peanut Butter Sandwich cookies from the Girl Scout that was giving me a demonstration on her iPad. It was so convenient to buy them this way using my credit card, I didn’t even mind the additional shipping fee. Came home to a nicely packed box of cookies, straight from the bakery, which arrived days before I came back from CES.