What’s the biggest problem with Girl Scout cookies? You can’t have them whenever you want.
But Pennsylvania toymaker Wicked Cool Toys is set to remedy this ill with its latest product—a trademarked Girl Scouts Cookie Oven that allows any novice baker to recreate their favorite sweet snacks like Trefoils, Thin Mints and even a Samoa-inspired Coconut Caramel whenever a craving hits.
“The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven lets aspiring bakers experience the hands on fun of making their own Girl Scouts cookies,” Wicked Cool Toys announced in a press release. “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.”
Similar to an Easy Bake Oven, the Girl Scouts Cookie Oven is a “kid-safe” cooking product, featuring a viewing window, so little bakers can check on their desserts. The oven also features a warming station for heating and melting cookie frostings or signature coatings.
The starter kit includes a Thin Mints cookie mix along with a spatula, baking pan and measuring tool. Additional mixes like PB Sandwich, Trefoils, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Coconut Caramel, Chocolate Chip, Sugar and Oatmeal will be sold separately from $6.99 to $14.99 for deluxe refill packs. Sure, your cookies might not taste exactly like the ones from your favorite scout-- but it turns out the taste and texture varies anyway depending on your location.
Wicked Cool Toys is also releasing a series of Girl Scout themed accessories including a chalkboard cookie stand and branded “On-the-Go” wagon so wannabe scouts can simulate the true experience of selling some of America’s most beloved cookies.
The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven is slated to hit toy store shelves this fall and will retail for $59.99.