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Cookie Crunch Challenge

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It's not your ordinary cookie-cutter event.

The Dakota Horizons Girl Scouts kick off their cookie sales with their 1st Annual Cookie Crunch Challenge.

Bismarck-Mandan media personalities including our very own Lauren Kalberer participate in three events - Cookie Identification, Cookie Launching, and Cookie Crunching.

Lauren, with the help of her little partner Lillian, is blindfolded, catches cookies in mid-air, and eats those delicious cookies as fast as she can.

Lillian being her personal fanner of course.

Although they did not win the challenges, they still proved they were two tough cookies.

"The cookie toss - you were aiming at my face not at my head right," says Lauren Kalberer, KXMB."

"I was fanning her," says Lillian Speckmann, Girl Scout.

"And that helped. Like, I needed the air. That was tough. You see people in an eating contest on TV and it looks so easy and you're like do it faster. Well when you're in those shoes it's tough, that's tough and right now I have a bit of a tummy ache," says Kalberer.

Lauren says she had a blast and definitely plans to take part in the Cookie Crunch Event again next year.

The Girl Scouts will be selling their cookies through March 9th.

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