Brynn Elliott - Might Not Like Me (Official Video)
You Might Not Be Getting the Girl Scout Cookies You Think You're Getting
The flavor profile of your favorite Girl Scout cookies, and even what the names you know them by, vary by location.
That's because the organization uses two different sources, ABC Bakers and Little Brown Bakers, for its iconic treats, theLos Angeles Timesreports. While one makes a cookie with coconut shavings and milk chocolate, known as the "Caramel deLite," its counterpart makes the more caramel-heavy, darker chocolate "Samoa."
The differences get even more significant from there: The bakers give their own spin to five other signature cookies, altering everything from texture and taste, to sugar and fat content. For example, what's known as a "Tagalong" in some parts of the country is dubbed a "Peanut Butter Patty" in other necks of the woods. The first has layers of peanut butter, while the latter cuts back on the nutty flavor.
The biggest variation is probably between "Lemonades" and "Savannah Smiles." One's a shortbread, and the other's a powered sugar confection. Lemonades cost more per unit and contain twice the amount of sugar per cookie.
Video: Bunny Girl Senpai: A Show That's (Not) About Bunny Girls
Stomach Troubles Not Linked to Autism, Study Finds
9 fitness hashtags you need to know to supercharge your workout
How to Reward Employees with Company Gifts
Exclusive: Adriana Lima’s Top 10 Beauty FitnessTips
How to Beat Boredom on the Weekend
20 Instaworthy Foods You Shouldn’t Actually Eat
19 Best Winter Jeans Outfits for Girls to Stay Cozy and Chic
Tre cose che puoi fare subito per prevenire il tumore al seno
How to Size a Watch
How to Become Popular on IMVU
How To Make Your Hair Grow Longer and Thicker
How to Understand Gerbil Vocalizations
The Shoe Every Style-Conscious Girl Will Wear Next Year
Rescuers have limited time to get Thai soccer team out of cave
How to Destroy a CD or DVD