What to do with forgotten Girl Scout Trefoils

I started this post sometime ago and couldn’t decide whether or not to share it.  Today I made the decision because it’s the only one I can show with photos.  Once again, I am having technical issues.  My PC died, bit the dust, is on its way to PC heaven … its video card failed … I am told that is fatal … but the hard drive can be loaded on to a new PC (that’s the good news).  I guess that I will be going shopping and learning Windows 8.  I am using my iPad mini right now … but I don’t have the device that allows me to load my camera photos … I need to buy that too! I am not sure if I’m doing something wrong, but I can’t leave comments on some other blogs!  Technology and I have issues 😦

I have several crafty foods that I want to share … Please be patient!  I hope to be up and running again very soon 😉

This is all I got …

Last week my evil wonderful son #3 gave me a box of Girl Scout cookies … he had forgotten about them.

There was a misunderstanding … I thought that he gave me the cookies and I ate half of the box.

A few days later he told me that he actually wanted me to “do something” with them … like dip them in chocolate … for him … and everyone else.

Well, I was a little embarrassed … after eating half of the cookies.

I believe that I redeemed my self with these …

This is what you will need …

  • 1 box Girl Scout Trefoils (or shortbread)
  • 12 ounces (weight) milk chocolate, melted
  • 18 caramel candies (about 6 ounces)
Line a tray with wax paper or parchment paper.  Unwrap the caramels and flatten each one.  Place a caramel between two cookies, creating a sandwich.  Dip each cookie sandwich half way in melted chocolate, lay on prepared tray and chill for a few minutes.
P.S.  In the future, I will control myself when handed a box of cookies 😉
I love your comments!

8 thoughts on “What to do with forgotten Girl Scout Trefoils

  1. What! No Sprinkles? Well, they look good without just as well :}
    Sorry to hear about your PC but I bet you will have windows 10.
    My sister in law just got her computer back and she’s on windows 10. It’s taking awhile for her to get used to it.
    Have yourself a wonderful weekend


  2. You’re trying to trick us, Brenda, ’cause I know that no one forgets Girl Scout cookies! As for computers, I highly recommend Apples iMac and their inexpensive service contracts.


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