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CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF GIRL SCOUTS SELLING COOKIES!
 
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About Girl Scout Cookies

We're looking forward to the 2017 Girl Scout Cookie Program — Sunday, Jan. 29-Sunday, March 12 — when we'll celebrate a century of Girl Scout Cookies and Girl Scouts San Diego!

Parents, read the Family Cookie Guide (Spanish coming in early December).

 Watch Girl Scouts Michaela, Harper and Juliana unbox some of the 2017 cookie rewards!

Meet Our Cookies
Core cookies ($5)

Thin Mints®
Crisp wafers covered in chocolaty coating. Made with natural oil of peppermint.

Tagalongs®
Crispy cookies layered with peanut butter and covered with a chocolaty coating.

Do-si-dos®
Crunchy oatmeal sandwich cookie with creamy peanut butter filling.

Samoas®
Crisp cookies, coated in caramel, sprinkled with toasted coconut, and striped with dark chocolaty coating.

Trefoils®
Delicate-tasting shortbread that is delightfully simple and satisfying.

Savannah Smiles®
Crisp, zesty lemon wedge cookies dusted with powdered sugar.

Specialty cookies ($6)
Toffee-tastic™
Rich, buttery cookies packed with golden toffee bits bursting with flavor.
Girl Scout S'mores™
New! Crunchy graham sandwich cookies with creamy chocolate and marshmallowy filling.

 Nutrition information

 Allergen facts

 About our baker

Where Cookie Money Goes

In 2016, your contributions helped girls sell nearly 2.5 million boxes of cookies. More than 13,000 participated, engaging customers both in their communities, and online through Digital Cookie. All cookie proceeds remain in San Diego and Imperial Counties to benefit local Girl Scouts.

Where does the $5/box go?

where money goes

(For $6 specialty cookies, the extra dollar goes toward the cost of cookies.)

When you buy a box of Girl Scout Cookies, most of the money stays with the Girl Scout you purchased cookies from, her troop, and right here in our local community. Proceeds from the Girl Scout Cookie Program fund new adventures and the life-changing opportunities girls get at Girl Scouts — from trips to our nation's capital to community projects to spending the summer at camp.

The Cookie Business

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country! By setting and reaching cookie sales goals, girls fund activities, community service and leadership projects, campouts and travel opportunities they choose choose with their troop.

Selling cookies helps girls develop 5 business and leadership skills:

  1. Goal setting. She'll set cookie sales goals individually and with her troop — and create a plan to reach them.
  2. Decision making. As she makes choices about how she wants to participate and what she wants to do, she'll become a stronger critical thinker and problem solver.
  3. Money management. Taking cookie orders and handling customers' money is a practical way to learn financial literacy.
  4. People skills. Your girl will talk to, listen to and work with a lot of people, resolving conflicts and building relationships as she goes.
  5. Business ethics. As a Girl Scout, she'll be honest and responsible at every step of the cookie program.

How the cookie program stacks up: 2016 infographic

Girl Scout Cookie Finder App

Starting Friday, Feb. 10: If you want access to the cookies you crave while on the go, download the Girl Scout Cookie Finder app. Just install the app on your iOS or Android mobile device and press "Find Cookies Now."

   
 

Cookie Recipes

Get creative in the kitchen with recipes inspired by Girl Scout Cookies!

  • Do-Si-Dos Peanut Thai Chicken
  • Samoas
    • Brownie Parfait with Salted Caramel Sauce
    • Curry Arancini
    • Fried Shrimp
    • Sweet Potatoes
    • Sweet Rolls
    • Trail Mix
    • Truffles
  • Savannah Smiles
    • Frozen Lemon Tarts
    • Zesty Lemon Streusel Bars
  • Tagalongs Milkshake
  • Thin Mint Brownies
  • Toffee-tastic Cookie Cake Pops
  • Trefoils Cheesecake Cups

When you buy Girl Scout Cookies, you make adventures possible with every box.

Will your Girl Scout Cookie Professional help the local animal shelter across town? Cross the country to see the Washington Monument or the Grand Canyon? Cross an ocean to fly through the rainforest on a zip line? It’s up to her and her troop.

When girls participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, they get more than new adventures. They develop important life skills — goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics — that will set them up for success beyond anything they can imagine.

That’s why we ask you to buy the delicious cookies you crave all year from your local Girl Scout Cookie Professional — not from her parents. You will enjoy your favorite cookie even more knowing you helped her do all the amazing things she’s got planned for this year.