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Get Girl Scout Cookie Flavors At Home

By Amanda Kabbabe and TC Newman, Buzz60

Many think the most wonderful time of the year is Christmas, but they're wrong. The most wonderful time of the year is actually Girl Scout Cookie season!

Good news, too, because now every season is Girl Scout Cookie season.

A new agreement between Pillsbury and the Girl Scouts will allow you to fill your entire kitchen with the smell of chocolatey, minty goodness that can only be found in a Thin Mint.

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The company will be selling boxes of the infamous Girl Scout flavors for just $3.29.

Even better, you can choose to bake your thin mints in the form of a brownie or a cupcake.

They have also licensed the famous Samoas (or, you may know them as Caramel Delights depending on where your troop is located) into a coconut caramel mix for blondies and cupcakes.

Gone are the days of waiting until people in your office need to help their daughters make their cookie sales.

See Girl Scouts through the years :

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President Obama caves to Girl Scouts, wears tiara plus other Pete Souza photos
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President Obama caves to Girl Scouts, wears tiara plus other Pete Souza photos
Still editing 2014 Year in Photos. I may include this one even though it's a posed photo. This is from the annual White House Science Fair. The kids from Girl Scout Troop 2612 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, convinced the President to wear a tiara with them for their group photo. The girls had exhibited a Lego flood proof bridge project.
US President Barack Obama greets Girl Scouts from Accokeek Academy after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base May 9, 2014 in Maryland. Obama is returning to Washington after spending three days in California mainly fund raising. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Cool shadows in the Oval Office today.
Still editing my 2014 Year in Photographs. I considered this portrait of the President during a meeting with staff in the Rose Garden but ultimately decided not to use it in the final edit. Here's why: although I used the widest aperture on a long lens to blur the background, I should have also used a slightly lower angle so the brighter area in the mid-upper background was directly behind his head. Although some people might not be bothered by this, it actually torments me that I missed this detail while making this frame. Alas, another frame from this same situation will make the final edit and you'll be surprised how different it is from this one.
Winter Wonderland at the White House.
US President Barack Obama greets Girl Scouts from Accokeek Academy after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base May 9, 2014 in Maryland. Obama is returning to Washington after spending three days in California mainly fund raising. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Rembrandt meets POTUS. I'm in the process of editing my 2014 Year in Photos from the White House. Think this one from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam might make the final cut.
President Obama opens a Christmas present from his personal secretary, Ferial Govashiri, today in the Oval Office.
President Obama's feet during a town hall on immigration in Nashville today.
President Obama holds a koala before the start of the G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia.
US President Barack Obama greets Girl Scouts from Accokeek Academy after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base May 9, 2014 in Maryland. Obama is returning to Washington after spending three days in California mainly fund raising. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
White House official photographer Pete Souza, left, takes group photo of President Barack Obama, center, with the Royals of the Northwest little league baseball team during an unannounced stop at Friendship park in Washington, Monday, May 19, 2014. Obama stop to meet with the players before heading off to a private Democratic fundraiser. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
This July 1, 2013, screen grab from the Twitter Page of the official White House photographer, Pete Souza, shows a tweet featuring an image of President Barack Obama and his family listening to a tour guide inside Nelson Mandela's cell on Robben Island on June 30, 2013, in Cape Town, South Africa. The White House barred press photographers from this portion of the tour saying it was private, but then released their own photos of from Mandela's cell. (AP Photo/The White House)
In this image released by The White House, Bo, left, and Sunny, the Obama family dogs, on the South Lawn of the White House, Monday, Aug. 19, 2013. The White House says the Obamas have added Sunny, a Portuguese Water Dog like Bo, to the first family. Sunny was born last June in Michigan and arrived at the White House on Monday. (AP Photo/The White House, Pete Souza)
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Though the Girl Scouts have streamlined their sales process since they began going door to door back in 1917, nothing beats having the goodies waiting for you right in your kitchen.

Your soul will thank you, but your diet probably won't.

RELATED: Most searched cookies by state

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Most searched cookies by state
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Most searched cookies by state

Alabama: Fruitcake cookie

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Alaska: Coconut cookies

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Arizona: Lemon meltaways

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Arkansas: Pecan pie bars

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California: Persimmon cookies

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Colorado: Chocolate chip cookies

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Connecticut: Pignoli cookies

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Delaware: Cannoli

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District of Columbia: Ginger cookies

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Florida: Rum balls

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Georgia: Butter pecan cookie

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Hawaii: Shortbread cookie

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Idaho: Toffee cookies

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Illinois: Kolaches

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Indiana: Chocolate fudge cookies

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Iowa: Cherry bars

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Kansas: Peanut clusters

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Kentucky: Bourbon balls

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Louisiana: Pralines

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Maine: Whoopie pies

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Maryland: Snickerdoodles

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Massachusetts: Anise cookies

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Michigan: Chocolate cherry cookies

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Minnesota: Spritz cookies

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Mississippi: Chess squares

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Missouri: Gooey butter cookies

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Montana: Molasses cookies

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Nebraska: Peanut butter balls

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Nevada: Pumpkin cookies

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New Hampshire: Macaroons

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New Jersey: Ricotta cookies

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New Mexico: Biscochitos

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New York: Rainbow cookies

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North Carolina: Haystacks

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North Dakota: Monster cookies

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Ohio: Buckeyes

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Oklahoma: Peanut brittle

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Oregon: Hazelnut cookies

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Pennsylvania: Pizzelles 

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Rhode Island: Biscotti

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South Carolina: Peppermint bark

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South Dakota: Peanut butter bars

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Tennessee: Chocolate oatmeal cookies

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Texas: Mexican wedding cakes

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Utah: Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies

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Vermont: Maple cookies

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Virginia: Chocolate mint cookies

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Washington: Nanaimo bars

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West Virginia: Peanut butter fudge

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Wisconsin: Cutout cookies

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Wyoming: Lemon bars

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