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M Street Bakery Offers Limited Edition Girl Scout Milkshakes

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M Street Bakery is the only excuse I ever need to visit Howell. The massive milkshakes are handcrafted and stacked with the best goodies. This weekend only you can combine two of your favorite indulgences – M Street and Girl Scout Cookies.

 

For one weekend only M Street Bakery is adding Girl Scout cookie milkshakes to the menu. Find your favorite – Thin Mint, Tagalong, Trefoil or Samos and indulge in a delicious treat.

 

You can also use the occasion to support a friends Girl Scout troop and stock up on cookie for yourself or to donate. The annual favorites are about more than dessert. The Girl Scout cookie sales teach kids business and life skills and we love this message from M Street’s owner.

“Growing up, we were Girl Scouts & would spend the weekends selling cookies at our parents Coney Island. Girl Scouts taught us so many lessons & skills that we still use daily in our bakery today! As female business owners, we are proud to be role models to young girls that with hard work, determination, & confidence, you can do anything you put your mind to!!”

It’s not uncommon to wait in a line around the block for M Street and we expect that the sunny skies and Girl Scout special will attract lots of people to the bakery. Come prepared to scroll or chat. Tag team the visit and let someone take the kids to Summit Gardens playground across the street while another person waits in line.

 

Location: 117 N Michigan Ave, Howell , MI , 48843

Hours: 8am to 8pm

 

Photo credit: Instagram

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Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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