What were Tagalongs before?

Carrie Stetler from the Star Ledger complains: “I’m outraged–yes, outraged–that Girl Scout Cookies have new names. Samoas are now “Caramel deLites.” Do-si-dos are “Peanut Butter Sandwiches.” Tagalongs are “Peanut Butter Cookies” and Trefoils are “Shortbreads.”

What are the retired Girl Scout cookies?

10 Discontinued Girl Scout Cookies You Can’t Order Today

  • 3 / 11. sydney watson/taste of home. Le Chips.
  • 4 / 11. sydney watson/taste of home. Aloha Chips.
  • 5 / 11. sydney watson/taste of home. Mango Cremes.

What is the number 1 selling Girl Scout cookie?

Thin Mints
According to Girl Scouts of the USA, Thin Mints are the top-selling cookie, followed in descending sales order by Caramel deLites/Samoas, Peanut Butter Patties/Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos/Peanut Butter Sandwiches, and Trefoils/Shortbread.

Which Girl Scout cookie is the oldest?

In July 1922, Girl Scout national headquarters published an edition of The American Girl magazine for all Girl Scouts. The issue contained a recipe for a sugar cookie that could be baked and sold to raise funds for local councils. Thus, the simple sugar cookie was arguably the first true Girl Scout Cookie.

Did thin mints used to be white inside?

They were white inside, instead of chocolate. I liked them better than today’s Thin Mints. Girl Scout Thin Mints from Burry Biscuit Company.

Why did samoas change their name?

You, curious reader, have probably already Googled and now know that no such name change occurred, because there are two Girl Scout Cookie companies. Little Brownie Bakers make Samoas, Tagalongs, and Thin Mints. ABC Bakers make Caramel deLites, Peanut Butter Patties, and Thin Mints.

Why did they get rid of Savannah Smiles?

To make room for some new flavors in select markets, Girl Scouts will retire Savannah Smiles, an instant hit with customers and food influencers in the Southeast.

What flavor was the first Girl Scout Cookie?