The next time you find yourself craving a Girl Scout cookie—especially any time that isn’t January through April (the traditional selling season)—fear not! There are actually plenty of stores that sell their own version of the famed Girl Scout treat.
While nothing takes the place of a beloved Thin Mint or Peanut Butter Patty, these cookies from Whole Foods get pretty darn close. Don’t forget to grab a few boxes the next time you’re doing your grocery shopping—or, better yet, order them from Amazon Prime Now and have them delivered right to your door.
Fudge Mint Cookies
The Back to Nature brand commonly found at Whole Foods manufactures several cookies that are copycats of the most popular Girl Scout cookie. These Fudge Mint Cookies look and taste very similar to Thin Mints and you can buy them anytime. They are also a verified non-GMO product, a win-win when it comes to giving to your kiddos.
A 6.4 oz. box is just $4.99 and found in the cookie aisle.
Peanut Butter Cream Sandwiches
These knockoff Do-si-do's bring all that's good about peanut butter in a sandwich form. The Whole Foods Peanut Butter Sandwiches are also a product of Back to Nature and use healthier ingredients like whole grain rolled oats and wheat flour.
A 9.6 oz. box is only $4.49.
When you're craving the perfect butter shortbread cookie to dip in your coffee or tea, these biscuits from Whole Foods' 365 label are reminiscent of Girl Scout Trefoils for the perfect cookie-beverage pairing. These are made without any peanut products and sweetened with cane sugar.
An 8 oz. box is just $3.99.
Dark Chocolate Toasted Coconut Cookies
While these Dark Chocolate Toasted Coconut Cookies don't look like your favorite Samoas, they sure do taste like them! This gluten-free version is sweetened naturally with honey and made with whole ingredients. It will definitely satisfy your Caramel Delite craving until January rolls around!
For only $4.99 you can snag a 6 oz. box.
All photos: Karly Wood for Red Tricycle/Featured photo: Courtesy of Whole Foods