During these dark, polarizing times, one thing we can all agree on is that Girl Scout cookies are unequivocally delicious. The only problem with those bite-sized Thin Mints, Samoas, and Tagalongs peddled by the Girl Scouts of America is that you can’t get them year round.
While a 24-hour cookie convenience story may only exist in the imaginations of stoners and sugar addicts, the organization made a blockbuster move this month when it announced the introduction of two new GS-approved cereals.
Yes, that’s right, you will finally be able to fill your breakfast bowl with Girl Scout cookies without incurring the ridicule of your peers. Not since the advent of Cookie Crisp has a innovation of this magnitude rocked the breakfast world.
According to BuzzFeed, General Mills will be stocking grocery store shelves with two varieties to begin with: classic Thin Mint, and “Caramel Crunch”—a blend of flavors that is apparently supposed to taste like a Samoa.
Though the cereal won’t be released until January, the Girl Scouts also recently unveiled two new cookie variety—a tradition s’mores flavor, as well as a chocolate-dipped s’mores—in August.