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Here is an Oven Exclusively for Girl Scout Cookies, What a Time to Be Alive

Dat branding dough.

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Intimidated by financial transactions with children, but find getting your annual haul of Girl Scout cookies off the Internet a little too impersonal? You’re in luck! Wicked Cool Toys has just the thing to help you lean in to your Thin Mint habit from the comfort of your own home.

The Girl Scout Cookie Oven works a lot like an Easy Bake (nostalgia factor! yes!), with a safe heat source, small batches of dough that kids can mix themselves, and a window through which chefs can watch the magic happen.

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The oven will run you $60, but with the right connections a Girl Scout could even hypothetically turn a profit: new batches of dough for some of the best-selling flavors (Trefoils, Lemon, Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal, and Peanut Butter Sandwich) are available for just $7, or $15 for a multi-flavor assortment. Stock up on dough and an $130 Girl Scouts wagon or $80 Girl Scouts cookie stand and you could probably make a killing, especially outside certain Colorado establishments.

Of course, you could always buy the mixes and make larger batches in a regular, non-adorable oven, but where’s the fun in that? Behold the power of branding, everyone. I am a slave to my taste buds’ whims.

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(via Gizmodo)

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