I stocked up on Tagalongs, my family’s favorite Girl Scout cookies, but they never make it all the way through the year. Here’s a little copycat recipe to tide you over after you run out.
It’s so simple I can’t honestly call it a recipe, it’s more of a technique. And there are two options: the real way and the lazy way. The lazy way, oddly enough, can actually be the healthier option if you’re picky about hydrogenated oils and that sort of thing.
Take a Nilla wafer and spread a thin layer of creamy peanut butter on the rounded top. For a more authentic look dip in melted chocolate bark and let cool on waxed paper. If you want that cookie now just pour some chocolate chips (mini if you have them handy, but the regular ones will work) onto a saucer and press the cookie upside down into the chips.
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
I’ll be linking up this week to Works for Me Wednesday, Whatever Goes Wednesday, The Mommy Club Resources and Solutions, The Grocery Cart Challenge Recipe Swap, Share Your Awesome, and Tastetastic Thursday.
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