Turn your Girl Scout Cookies into Girl Scout Cookie Valentines by adding a few sweet decorations and free printable tags!
I made these and thought that I should probably share. Because gosh, who doesn’t love Girl Scout Cookies. Girl Scout Cookie Valentines are a the perfect way to support a girl’s dreams and celebrate a holiday that spreads love. I am a huge fan of the Tagalongs but since I am now gluten free, the best I can do is decorate them and share them with friends. I am sending three dozen cookies to the school for teachers during conference night tomorrow and think these are the best!
Too busy to make this right away?! Pin it for later! Pin this valentine to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
How to make girl scout cookie valentines:
Trefoils – Dip these cookies in melted candy coating and then sprinkles. I love this because you could use sprinkles in any colors to celebrate all kinds of holidays and occasions.
Tagalaongs – For these Girl Scout Cookies, add royal icing hearts.
These are my favorite. I could eat a whole box in five minutes if I weren’t gluten free. This might be one of my most missed treats from my days with gluten. I miss it but gosh, I sure do feel better.
Thin Mints – Drizzle melted candy coating or royal icing over the tops of these Girl Scout Cookie Valentines.
A friend of mine crushes them and makes cookie balls using them as a base. I need to find that recipe and share it sometime too. I would, of course, ask her first. She is not a blogger and would probably be happy to share.
Toffee-Tastics – Put two together with a layer of frosting and roll in sprinkles to create these Girl Scout Cookie Valentines.
Put them all together on a tray and BOOM, you have quite a treat. If you are giving thin mints as a stand alone Girl Scout Cookie Valentines treat, you might like this little printable to go with each sleeve! You can download it for free.
If you love these cookie valentines, please help me share it on Facebook and Pinterest! Cheers to making a difference and spreading love,
PS: Here is a favee recipe that use Girl Scout cookies too!