Girl Scout cookie recall affects Lemon Chalet Cremes

Friday, February 26th, 2010 By

Safe to eat, but smell and taste not up to organization’s standards

Lemon Chalet Crème (Photo:

Girl Scout cookies come every year, a kind of ritual rite of passage for both little salespeople and our waistlines. Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos and the like are delicious and sometimes expensive, to the point that we’re driven to payday loans.

When you put down your hard-earned money for a box or two, it seems reasonable that quality should be a given. However, as the recent Girl Scout cookie recall indicates, quality is not always a given. While the organization reports that there are no known safety issues involved, some of their recent crop of Lemon Chalet Creme cookies bore a strange, unappealing smell and taste that failed to meet their quality standards.

How did they get out on the street, then?

It seems to me that quality control begins in the factory. If there’s a problem, it should be caught there and the product should not be released for public consumption. However, Little Brownie Bakers, the company responsible for making the cookies, told the media it may be due to “certain oils in the product breaking down.” Perhaps the oily breakdown occurred in transit.

If you have stinky Lemon Chalet Cremes, here’s what you should do

If you have a box from one of the following marked lot numbers, you should call (800) 962-1718 or visit for more information. The lot numbers in question are as follows:

  • 7455881
  • 7455882
  • 7455883
  • 745674
  • 7456742
  • 7456743
  • 7457661
  • 7457662
  • 7457663
  • 7458521
  • 7458522
  • 7458523
  • 7459401
  • 7459402
  • 7459403

If your Lemon Chalet Cremes smell and taste OK, do this

Make something tasty with them! Here’s a recipe example for “Lemon Out-of-Sight Delight” pie that the Girl Scouts have concocted. It’s nothing too fancy, and no fast cash required! CLICK HERE for instructions.


  • ½ box of Lemon Chalet Cremes
  • Girl Scout Cookies
  • ½ stick butter, melted
  • 1¼ cup chopped pecans


  • 2 packages lemon flavored instant
  • pudding (plus required milk)
  • 16 oz. whipped topping

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