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Toast the Olympic Athletes with These Party-Worthy Sips

Toast the Olympic Athletes with These Party-Worthy Sips


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We have you covered on where to eat, stay, and watch the Summer Olympics if you're in London [is this what you meant?], but what about what to serve at a viewing party?

While grilled cheese and other dishes are ideal crowd-pleasers for snacking, what about the drinks? With athletes from so many countries at the games, why don’t we represent our favorite Olympians by sipping on cocktails from their home nations?

Between Canada’s Inniskillin Icewine, Norway’s Vikingfjord Vodka, Jamaica’s Appleton Rum, America’s Dreaming Tree Wines, and the French Alizé liquor, there are many options to choose from to celebrate in patriotic style for the country of your choice with the cocktail of your choice.

If you can’t be there to watch in person, sipping on these cool concoctions during your Olympics viewing party is the next best thing. Here are some sips to get you going while rooting for your favorite teams and athletes!

Oh, Canada by Inniskillin

2 ounces Inniskillin Riesling Icewine

1 ounce aged rum

3/4 ounce pineapple juice
1/2 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice
Combine all ingredients in a highball or rocks glass. Fill with crushed or cracked ice and top with a float of Angostura Bitters.

*Take on a classic swizzle

Jamaican Rumble

2 ounces Appleton Estate Reserve

Muddled Strawberry
1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
3/4 ounce Canton Ginger Liqueur
Glass: Double Old Fashioned (12 to 14 ounces)
Ice: Crushed or pellet
Garnish: Sliced strawberry and ginger candy
Muddle fruit, add rest of the ingredients, and shake with 2 ice cubes. Pour into Double Old Fashioned glass. Top with crushed or pellet ice and garnish.

Nordic Fizz

2ounces Vikingfjord
1ounce St Germain
1ounce fresh lemon juice
2 ounces soda
Lemon
Dill
Combine all ingredients and pour over ice.

L'équipe France

1oz Alizé Pomegranate
2/3 ounce Alizé COCO
1/2 ounce vodka
2 strawberries
2/3 ounce lime juice
Splash of sugar syrup
2/3 ounce cranberry juice

Garnish:
Strawberry fan

Method:
In the base of a cocktail glass, muddle strawberries. Add all remaining ingredients. Shake and strain into a martini glass.


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!


Cheers: Girl Scout Cookies Drinks

It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout Cookie time! As former Brownies, the IYP staff is more than happy to support the Girl Scouts. We’re also more than happy to enjoy the yummy cookies!

image source – girlscoutsaz.org

We’ve noticed everyone social-media-sharing various articles pairing Girl Scout Cookies with beer and realized that everyone is looking for ways to kick their cookie-addiction up a notch. And since we’ve already shown you how to take plain ol’ milk & cookies & turn them into an adult beverage, we’ve decided to find out favorite grown-up variations of Girl Scout Cookies for you today.

If your favorite GS cookie is the Samoa:

Samoa Cookie Cocktail (inspired by KLUV.CBSlocal.com)

2 ounces chocolate liqueur

image source – fortheyum.com

1 & 1/2 ounces caramel vodka

Shake ingredients in a chilled shaker & pour!

Total approximate cost for host: $28 (buying all ingredients new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Thin Mint:

The Thin Mint Cocktail (inspired by thekitchn.com)

image source – thekitchn.com

2 ounces chocolate-mint liqueur

2-3 Dashes of coffee bitter of chocolate bitters

Combine in a shaker with ice. Shake it up & then strain into glass.

Approximate total cost for host: $24 (buying all new)

If your favorite GS cookie is the Tagalong:

The Tagalong (inspired from Thrillist.com)

image source – thrillist.com

3/4 ounce peanut rum creme

1/4 ounce vanilla creme de cacao

Combine in a shaker with ice & then strain into glass. Garnish with a mini-spoon of peanut butter!

Approximate total cost for host: $30 (again, buying everything new)

If your favorite GS cookie is Do-Si-Dos:

Spiked Do-Si-Do Milkshake (inspired by SeriousEats.com)

image source – seriouseats.com

2 & 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream

3/4 cup smooth peanut butter

Place all ingredients in blender. Mix until smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape sides & make sure all is mixed properly. Pour into glass & sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes two servings.

Approximate total cost for host: $26

Which Girl Scout cookies are most popular?
image source – theshamesquad.blogspot.com

Invite your friends over for your favorite Girl Scout cookies & their favorite Girl Scout Cookies in drink form!

Find your reason to celebrate every day!



Comments:

  1. Fenrimuro

    There is little sense in this.

  2. Escalibor

    It to you a science.



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