I'm not defensive about this...but her hat is a little lamb hat, not a pig!
Loved every minute of it, until she couldn't feel her tootsies!
She had waited her entire life to do this
We told her to only eat the white snow...she didn't listen..
I searched around the internet, and of all places found a recipe on the Girl Scouts website. I didn't even know the girl scouts had recipes on their website. Not that I've had any reason to spend a lot of time on their site, but I will now that I know they speak my language :) There were lots of recipes incorporating their famous cookies into spectacular desserts. So, if you haven't bought any Girl Scout cookies, go hunt one down and buy about 20 boxes. Hey, it goes toward a great cause and they freeze well so you can enjoy them all year round. If they last that long :) Enjoy!
Samoa Kiss Brownies
recipe adapted from the Girl Scouts
1 box Devil’s Food Cake Mix
1/3 c. evaporated milk
¾ cup melted butter
12 oz bag milk chocolate chips
¾ cup caramel ice cream syrup
½ package Samoa Girl Scout Cookies
2 TBSP Toasted Coconut
Mix cake mix, evaporated milk and butter. Pour half of mixture into a 9" x 13" pan. Bake at 350° for six minutes. Sprinkle one cup chocolate chips on top. Spread caramel over chocolate. Add ½ box crushed Samoas and one tablespoon toasted coconut. Pour remaining cake batter on top and bake 15-20 minutes. Sprinkle with remaining chocolate chips and coconut. Bake for 5 minutes. Cool completely before cutting.