If simply eating girl scout cookies doesn't give you your fix, Dunkin' Donuts is here to help. Starting Monday, Feb. 26, Dunkin' Donuts in the Hudson Valley, and across the country, are debuting coffees in the flavor of the famous cookies.

Dunkin' is kicking off the new flavors just after National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend concluded yesterday. According to TODAY, the flavors will include Thin Mints, a play on the Samoas/Caramel deLites, called Coconut Caramels, and a take on a peanut butter cookie, which could taste like Do-Si-Dos or Tagalongs.

You can add the flavors into hot or iced coffees, lattes, macchiatos, frozen coffee, and frozen chocolate. And if you're allergic to peanuts, the peanut butter cookie flavor is actually peanut, tree nut, and soy allergen free, according to TODAY. It's Dunkin's first nut flavoring that is nut free.

These flavors will be available until May in the Hudson Valley and nationwide.

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