Girls Scout Cookie Recipes

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  • Girl Scout cookies are any of several varieties of cookies sold by Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) as a fundraiser for their local Scout units. Members of the GSUSA have been selling cookies since 1917 to raise funds. Top-selling girls can earn prizes for their efforts.
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1923: First Lady Grace Coolidge Samples Some Girl Scout Cookies
1923: First Lady Grace Coolidge Samples Some Girl Scout Cookies
On the left: Scary-looking Girl Scout Fuhrer. On the right: Somewhat less-scary looking Girl Scout Fuhrer. Wikipedia: The first cookie sales by an individual Scout unit was by the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee, Oklahoma, in December 1917. In 1922, the Girl Scout magazine The American Girl suggested cookie sales as a fund-raiser and provided recipes. In 1933, Girl Scouts in Philadelphia organized the first official sale, selling homemade cookies at the windows of local utility companies. The first Girl Scout cookie recipe was a sugar cookie. In 1936 the national organization began licensing commercial bakers to produce cookies. During World War II the Girl Scouts sold calendars in addition to cookies, because of shortages of flour, sugar, and butter. In 1942 there were 48 cookies per box, available in either vanilla or chocolate. Customers were limited to two boxes during some war years. By 1943 Girl Scouts also collected fat in cans with Girl Scout labels to aid the war effort and sold War Bonds at no profit
21/365 Snacks
21/365 Snacks
My midmorning snack was from a recipe I got out of my Health magazine that I bought in the airport on the way home from LA. You take a grapefruit slice, drizzle it with honey, broil it for 7 mins, then top with walnuts. The flavor is intense x 3, but so good! I thought I was doing *so well* until this afternoon when I noticed my Mom had brought home 3 kinds of Girl Scout cookies she got from a Girl Scout. I couldn't resist! ha. I used to be a Girl Scout back in the day and loved selling cookies. Here I am with "Samoas," my favorite kind but are now called "Caramel Delights." (I had a shortbread cookie know the kind with the girl scout logo on it.) ;)

girls scout cookie recipes
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