The list ranges from goodies like cakes and ice cream, to dog biscuits, Food and Drug Administration officials said Wednesday.
All were made with peanut paste or peanut butter made at a Peanut Corp. of America plant in Blakely, Ga. that has suspended production.
The weight loss company NutriSystem was among the latest customers of PCA to be caught up in the investigation, issuing a recall Wednesday for peanut butter granola bars.
More than 480 people have been sickened in the outbreak, which has contributed to at least six deaths. Investigators say tests have found salmonella in the plant.
A spokeswoman with Girls Scouts of Missouri Heartland says they're getting a lot of calls about the cookies and that "the Girl Scout peanut butter cookies are not affected by this warning". She goes on to say their supplier does not receive their product from the company at the source of the outbreak.