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 The national Girl Scout organization, Girl Scouts of the USA, approves and currently licenses two bakers to make our delicious Girl Scout cookies. Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana proudly contracts with ABC/Interbake Foods.

Questions? Contact Product Sales Manager Melissa Rynkiewich, at mrynkiewich@girlscouts-gssi.org; or 812-421-4970, Ext. 323.

This Cookie Nutrition flier contains information about all 8 varieties.

For further details about each cookie, click on the nutrition flier below that is associated with each variety.

Thin Mints: The most enduring and universally familiar Girl Scout cookie. These round, mint-flavored cookies covered with dark chocolate perennially sell the most boxes of any cookie. Thin Mints have never changed their name.
Thin Mints Nutrition flier

Caramel deLites®: These are round doughnut-shaped cookies about two inches in diameter with a hole in the center, covered in caramel and toasted coconut, and then striped with chocolate.
Caramel DeLites nutrition flier
Peanut Butter Patties®: These are round cookies with a layer of peanut butter on top, and covered in chocolate. These cookies come in a red box.
Peanut Butter Patties nutrition flier
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Peanut Butter Sandwiches: A sandwich cookie. The round, bumpy perforated oatmeal cookie top and bottom surrounds a peanut butter-flavored layer inside.
Peanut Butter Sandwiches nutrition flier
Shortbreads: These shortbread cookies are shaped like the Girl Scout Trefoil design. Scot Teas were a similar, lighter sugar cookie made by the now defunct Burry. These cookies come in a blue box.
Shortbreads nutrition flier
Cranberry Citrus Crisps: A crispy cookie made with wholegrain, full of tangy cranberry bits and zesty citrus flavor.
Cranberry Citrus Crisps nutrition flier
 
Thanks-A-Lots™: A shortbread cookie with a layer of fudge on the bottom and the words "Thank You" in English, French, Chinese, Swahili or Spanish embossed on the top. Thanks-A-Lots™ have been made by ABC Bakers since 2006 and were preceded by a similar cookie called the Animal Treasure.
Thanks-A-Lots nutrition flier

Lemonades™: Introduced in 2006, these shortbread cookies are stamped in the shape of a sliced lemon with a tangy lemon icing. They come in a yellow box.
Lemonades nutrition flier