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Every spring, I look forward to one thing: Girl Scout cookie season! These Thin Mint Crunch Trifles are the perfect way to serve Nestle Girl Scout Cookie Crunch bars at your next gathering!
I went a little crazy this past spring in the Girl Scout cookie department. The Nerd knows he has to purchase cookies anytime someone is selling them at work. In addition to those, anytime I saw the girls selling cookies outside a grocery store, I picked up a couple of boxes.
One night we were on our way to dinner and saw a group of girls selling them in a church parking lot. It was rush hour and the roads were clogged with traffic. Still, I made The Nerd turn around so that we could get some boxes. I think I may have a problem.
So it should come as no surprise that I am *super* excited about the Nestle Girl Scout Cookie Crunch bars. These limited edition bars are on sale at Walmart stores.
They come in three flavors: Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Creme, and Caramel & Coconut. I decided to make some super-easy Thin Mint Crunch Trifles using the Nestle Girl Scout Cookie Crunch bars in my favorite flavor. Can you guess what it is?
Thin Mint Crunch Trifles
Jell-O Instant Chocolate Pudding
Nestle Girl Scout Cookie Crunch Bars in Thin Mint flavor
The amount of ingredients you’ll need varies, depending on the size of your trifle dish or containers. I made individual trifles in these really cute Mini Trifle Bowls from Pier One.
Layer some Cool Whip in the bottom of your trifle dish. Cut the chocolate cake into cubes, or cut out shapes from the cake. I used a small star cookie cutter to make star shapes. Line the shapes around the edges of your dish on top of the Cool Whip, adding in pieces into the middle to complete the layer.
Add another layer of Cool Whip on top of the cake, then add a layer of chocolate pudding.
Using a very sharp knife, cut the Thin Mint Crunch bars into small chunks. Sprinkle on the top of the pudding. Refrigerate for several hours until chilled. Serve cold.
For more ideas on using your favorite Nestle products, check out these Flavorful Moments.
What’s your favorite Girl Scout cookie?
Crystal & Co
Thin Mint meat Crunch Bar? I think I am in love!
Crystal & Co
Ha! That sound have been *meet not meat.
And to think…. I homeschool children. 🙂
My husband and sister would love these. They are both thin mint fans!
these look so yummy!!!
YUMMY!! This makes me want something sweet and chocolate-y.
This makes me HUNGRY! Looks so yummy!
need marriage counseling
Chocolate is my favorite one, feeling hungry Arena Blake 😐
Sarah BB @ East9thStreet
Samoas are my absolute favorite GSC so I would definitely duplicate your recipe with them. Of course saving a box or two as my special stash that no one else would know about…