The Girl Scouts are going gluten-free for 2015. The Girl Scouts announced on Good Morning America Monday that they have added three new cookies to the 2015 lineup—two of which boast the latest culinary trend. Without further ado, let’s meet the rookie cookies.
According to GirlScouts.org, “Millions of Americans have problems eating food with gluten—and now there is a Girl Scout Cookie just for them!” Trios combine three tried-and-true cookie ingredients: chocolate chips, peanut butter, and oats. Why reinvent the wheel?
The second gluten-free addition, Toffee-tastics are “indulgently rich, buttery cookies with sweet, crunchy golden toffee bits.”
3. Rah-Rah Raisins
These are not Grandma’s oatmeal cookies. Rah-Rah Raisins are made with whole grain oats and “plump raisins,” but they throw in Greek yogurt-flavored chunks to up the hip factor (because regular yogurt chips are so passé).
Starting this year, you won't need to wait for a knock on your door—or for your coworker to send around her daughter’s order form—to try these new flavors (or stock up on Thin Mints and Samoas). You can now buy Girl Scout Cookies online. Gamechanger, we know.