It's that time again for the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore to roll out Girl Scout Cookies.

Are you ready? Let's go through the list of Girl Scout Cookies that are so, so, good. Let's start with the Thin Mints, these are the most popular and Ocean County loves them. The Tagalongs are very popular along with other favorites - Adventurefuls, Trefoils, S'mores, Samoas, Do-Si-Dos, Toffee-Tastic, and Lemon-Ups.

From booth sales to the website and I'm sure you know a Girl Scout, there's always a way to get your hand on one of their delicious cookie boxes.

Girl Scouts Sell Cookies From Street Trucks In New York City
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For online sales of Girl Scout Cookies, CLICK HERE.

The Digital Cookie is a pretty cool idea from the Girl Scouts.

If you're wondering what a Digital Cookie is, from

Digital Cookie is an enhancement of the Girl Scout Cookie Program, coupling traditional sales activities with online sales experiences that teach girls online marketing and ecommerce––all in a digital space that puts an emphasis on learning, fun, and safety. Future versions of Digital Cookie will expand the online program as an educational tool for girls and as an outlet for customers.

What's New Jersey's Favorite Girl Scout Cookie?

It's the Thin Mint. It's the favorite Girl Scout Cookie up and down the Garden State Parkway and all parts of New Jersey.

I've known so many Girl Scouts and this organization is just amazing for girls of all ages. They teach a valuable lesson in friendship and how to think like an entrepreneur with these cookie sales.

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