Girl Scout Cookies Get Their Own TV Series

Dec 6, 2019  •  Post A Comment

Girls Scout Cookies are available only during a few months each year, and in honor of Girl Scout Cookie season, Food Network announced plans for a prime-time event series celebrating the cookies.

In partnership with Girl Scouts of the USA, the channel will run “Girl Scout Cookie Championship,” premiering Monday, Feb. 3. The four-episode series will be hosted by Alyson Hannigan.

“Each episode challenges five accomplished bakers to transform Girl Scout Cookies into show-stopping edible pieces of art and takes viewers behind-the-scenes for an up-close look at how the treats are made,” Food Network says in the announcement. “Judges Nacho Aguirre and Katie Lee are joined by a rotating third judge, including panelist Carla Hall, to ultimately determine which competitor made the most stunning creation. The results include a giant double barrel toasted marshmallow cake made with Girl Scout S’mores, a ten-layer Do-si-do/Peanut Butter Sandwich red velvet globe cake complete with peanut butter buttercream, and Thin Mints transformed into a three-tiered blueberry mint glacier cake.

Girl Scout alums Hannigan, Lee and Hall are joined by current Girl Scouts each week. Click here for more.

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