We received a sample of Nestlé Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided and all opinions are our own.

Do you love Girl Scout Cookies but hate that they’re only available for a few short weeks a year? Now Nestle’s wants to help you out with your addiction to all things yummy by introducing Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars!

Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars

These limited edition candy bars are only available for the summer and they’ll be available through September (or while supplies last) at participating retailers nationwide.

The three bars are inspired by the most popular Girl Scout Cookie flavors:

  • Thin Mints™ – sinfully dark chocolate cookie wafers are layered with mint chocolate crème, and topped with airy crispies then covered with a dark chocolatey coating
  • Caramel & Coconut – Crunchy cookie wafers are layered with chewy caramel and coconut caramel crème, and then topped with toasted coconut. The entire treat is then drizzled with caramel stripes
  • Peanut Butter Crème – Sweet cookie wafers are layered with smooth peanut butter crème, which are topped with airy crispies, and a then the entire creation is covered in creamy, chocolatey coating

The best candy bar? That depends on your tastes. Each is sweet and crunchy and the nod to their cookie counterpart is evident. We did find that we all tended to lean toward the bar that represented our favorite Girl Scout Cookie.

As an occasional treat, these are a sweet cookie crunch that satisfies. I recommend the funsize bars – they’re a great addition to a sack lunch or treat for the pocket on a walk.

What’s your favorite flavor?

Find out more about the Nestle Crunch Girl Scout Candy Bars on Facebook.com/NestleCrunch,

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