I’ve got a spot on Girl Scout cookie copy cat recipe for you today. The best part? It takes just 3 ingredients! Read on Tagalong lovers, and find out how to Make Your Own Tagalongs with 3 Ingredients!
I have had this idea for “homemade” tagalongs for quite some time, and now that Girl scout cookie season is in full swing, it seemed like the right time to finally give it a go.
3 ingredients, no baking, and about $5 and you’d end up with about 100 or so Tagalongs. I’d say that’s better than the tiny $5 box
My hopes were high – was it too good to be true?
Want to know my favorite thing about these? When my man came home from work he saw these and asked what they were. I told him “tagalongs“. He got all excited because he loves tagalongs.
Then he ate one – it was the moment of truth. “Are these real or generic?” he asked.
Uh oh, I thought.
“I made them.”
He proceeded to tell me that they are WAY BETTER than the Girl Scout version!! Holla! And then he ate them all, haha.
I’ll admit, I’m pretty proud of myself for thinking of this, lol! It’s one of those things that’s so simple I wonder why I didn’t do it sooner!
You will never buy a tagalong again after trying these. I am all for supporting the Girl Scouts, so go ahead and buy your other favorite flavors. But now you can make your own tagalongs at home with just 3 ingredients – and on the cheap. You just can’t beat that!
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The following measurements are for making 10 cookies. I wrote it out this way hoping it would be easiest for those of you wanting to make a little…or a lot! It’s easy to double or quadruple, and easy to make just 1/2 the batch. Enjoy!
3 Ingredient Tagalongs
|Prep time||10 minutes|
- 10 Vanilla Wafers
- 3 heaped tablespoons peanut butter (creamy)
- 4oz chocolate (can use chocolate chips, almond bark, or any bar of your favorite chocolate)
|Spread a generous amount of peanut butter on top of each vanilla wafer.|
|Melt chocolate in a small bowl, and one by one, carefully place each cookie into the chocolate. Using a spoon to pour chocolate over the tops. Scoop the cookie out of the bowl of chocolate using a fork and gently tap on the side of the bowl to help give the cookie a smooth finish. Place coated cookies on wax paper until set. |
Store in a covered container at room temperature.