CHARLOTTE, Mich. (AP) — Next month a local baker will draw inspiration from Thin Mints, Samoas, Trefoils and other beloved Girl Scout treats in a head-to-head competition with other bakers on the Food Network.

Charlotte resident Jeremy Davis, 41, started his home baking business, Designed by Daddy Custom Cakery, three years ago.

Now he's set to appear on "Girl Scout Cookie Championship," a new Food Network competition that pits five contestants against one another to create unique desserts inspired by Girl Scout cookies.

Davis, a father of three who works full-time at Lansing Community College, recently announced the news on social media, more than four months after filming the show in New York.

"It was one of those experiences," Davis told the Lansing State Journal. “It's been on my bucket list to be on a Food Network show, so I can check that off my bucket list.”

The experience was made richer, Davis said, because he serves as a cub master for Cub Scout Pack 45 in Charlotte.

According to Food Network's website, actress Alyson Hannigan, of "How I Met Your Mother," will host the show. Judges Nacho Aguirre and Katie Lee will help judge contestants' desserts in what is described as a competition "unlike any other cookie battle you’ve experienced."

"Girl Scout Cookie Championship," will premier Feb. 3.

Davis said his episode will air at 8 p.m. Feb. 24. His family is planning a watch party at Charlotte's Eaton Pub & Grill.

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