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Costco Is Now Selling This Super-Popular Girl Scout Treat

Calling all Girl Scout cookie lovers!
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Although there have been quite a few Girl Scout cookie flavors over the years, a few tried-and-true flavors have remained. There's Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-si-Do's, and of course, the beloved Thin Mints. If you're one who can't wait to get your hands on a sleeve of Thin Mints come every spring, then you are going to love the latest find at Costco: Girl Scout Thin Mints Almonds!

According to popular Instagram account Costco Deals, Costco is now selling Girl Scout Thin Mints Almonds in one-pound containers. The sighting of this specific stack of containers was in Aloha, Oregon, but that shouldn't stop you from heading to Costco and looking for a container of this sweet treat yourself! The Costco Deals post says the Girl Scout Thin Mints Almonds are sold for $12.99 per container. (Related: Costco Foods You Should Always Avoid, According to Nutritionists)

So, what makes these almonds Thin Mints flavored? If you look closely at the packaging, these crunchy almonds are "coated with mint-flavored 100% real dark chocolate." You can enjoy 8 almond pieces for 170 calories, with only 7 grams of total sugars and 3.5 grams of saturated fat. Sounds like the perfect after-dinner sweet treat to us!

And yes, this truly is a partnership with Girl Scouts of the USA. In smaller letters on the container, it says the product is "officially licensed by Girl Scouts of the USA, a non-profit." The official Girl Scout logo is on the top left corner of the packaging.

Lovers of the beloved Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookie are already wild for this product! In the comments of this post, you can see hundreds of Instagram users gushing over the latest Costco find, and they're already dying to get a taste of this clever mint-chocolate creation.

So if you're a couple of Thin Mints but can't get your hands on a box, snag a container of these Girl Scout Thin Mints Almonds at your local Costco for a healthier take on your favorite cookie.

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Kiersten Hickman
Kiersten Hickman is a senior editor at Eat This, Not That!, with a main focus on food coverage, nutrition, and recipe development. Read more