While the Girl Scouts cookie season may not be for a few months, it doesn't mean that we can't get excited about cookies! Today Girl Scouts of the USA announced a brand new french-toast inspired cookie and I am already drooling at the mouth. Toast-Yay!, is the brand new treat hitting the cookie table in 2021. And don't worry if the coronavirus pandemic is still lingering come January, Girl Scout Cookies are available online.
Say Hello to Toast-Yay!
.@girlscouts is kicking off the 2021 #GirlScoutCookie season with the new French toast–inspired Toast-Yay!™ cookie! Available in select areas. Get the deets: https://t.co/ZCzzH8HpIA pic.twitter.com/jrMwWMomPH
— Girl Scouts (@girlscouts) August 18, 2020
Available in select areas, the new cookie is shaped like a piece of toast, stamped with the iconic Girl Scout trefoil, and is dipped in delicious icing. The new flavor is sure to fit in with your old favorites like Thin Mints and Caramel Delites.
According to the Girl Scouts Blog, selling Girl Scout Cookies during the COVID-19 pandemic was challenging and forced the girls to think outside of the box. To thank frontline workers, troops donated cookies as well as gave cookie earnings to their communities in need.
Continuing into 2021, Girl Scouts will be offering virtual cookie booths on online platforms and social media with adult supervision, making it easy to order cookies while continuing to social distance.
There will also be ways to give back to the community, the Girl Scout Blog notes.
When Girl Scout Cookie season returns, Toast-Yay! cookies, along with other Girl Scout Cookie favorites, will give consumers a new way to celebrate life's special moments. And though social distancing measures may keep families and friends apart, cookie customers will be able to share joy and stay connected this season through a giftbox option that ships directly to the recipient of their choice via the Digital Cookie®/Smart Cookie online platforms.
The Girl Scout Cookie season typically starts in January, but make sure to check with local troops on times and availability of cookies.