Girl Scouts all over the metro are on a mission: To sell cookies, and to sell them to a particular restaurant.
The Hi-Lo Diner in south Minneapolis is known for making creative sweets out of Girl Scout cookies, like their Caramel De-Lite creation. This year, the restaurant put out a request, saying whichever troop sent them the most creative “ask” would be the troop they would buy their supplies from.
WCCO’s Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield shows us what happened next.
After proper introductions, the girls got right to the punch. After a flood of creative entries, prospective buyer Hi-Lo Diner narrowed the field of prospective suppliers down to 11. Some are sweet, some are spicy.