DIY Girl Scout Cookies: Tagalongs
Did you know today is National Girl Scout Day? The Girl Scouts began in 1912 in Savannah, Georgia by a woman named Juliette "Daisy" Low and her house is still there today! On that day 101 years ago, there were only 18 girl scouts at the first meeting and today there are over 3.2 million active girl scouts and 50 million alum! Wow, girl power! Although the Girl Scouts provide courage, confidence, and character building we all know the best thing they have brought to the world is their delicious cookies. Previously, I have made DIY Thin Mints, and DIY Samoas. Today I bring you...DIY Tagalongs! They are chocolate covered buttery shortbread rounds with a dollop of peanut butter on top. Tagalongs were by far the most difficult to make of the three types I have made and I encourage you to look at number of Tagalong recipes before attempting your own. Regardless if you're purchasing, making from scratch, or simply eating them- it's National Girl Scout day so bring on the cookies!