Taste test: These granola bars had a fairly typical Quaker granola bar look, with lots of oats and some chocolate chips, but there was also a criss-cross pattern of chocolate drizzled onto one side of each bar.
I bit into find the typical chewy granola bar texture with a mild mint taste and a decent helping of chocolate, but it didn't combine to remind me of Thin Mints cookies. That taste went along with a fairly gritty feel overall, much like other Quaker bars. Not bad, but disappointing considering the association to Girl Scouts cookies.
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Smell test: Minty and chocolatey, but not quite like Thin Mints cookies.
From the package: “8g whole grains” ... “No high fructose corn syrup” ... “Be the role model she'll always remember.” ... “The Girl Scouts name, mark, and all associated trademarks and logotypes, including Girl Scout Cookies ™ Thin Mints™, and the Trifoil Design, are owned by Girl Scouts of USA. The Quaker Oats Company is an official GSUSA licensed vendor.”
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Company: Quaker Oats Company
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .
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