Cookies & More
Ready for Cookies?
Buying Girl Scout cookies is more than just handing over money for a box. It’s about the skills and learning a girl gains from interacting directly with you. It’s about the experience of running her own cookie business and working with others. It’s the reason we don’t sell cookies online. And it’s why we encourage you to buy your cookies from a Girl Scout—the Cookie Professional!—and not her parents. Get some tips on how to buy cookies from a Cookie Professional.
Your purchase means you get tasty cookies—and a girl learns a lifetime of skills.
The "official" cookie season is over, however, you can still find Girl Scout Cookies at a limited number of booths and at the Girl Scout Shop (click here for shop hours and location).
Have a Question About Girl Scout Cookies?
Visit Girl Scouts of the USA's Frequently Asked Questions page.
The 5 Skills Girls Learn
There’s more to Girl Scout cookies than what’s in the box. Selling cookies teaches goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics—aspects essential to leadership, to success, and to life.
Download the 5 Skills Flyer.
Girl Scouts Partners with OC Restaurant Week
In honor of the largest girl-led business in the world, a few select restaurants offered delicious desserts featuring the brand new Mango Creme cookie during OC Restaurant Week , including Slater's 50/50 in Anaheim Hills and Huntington Beach, Woody's Wharf in Newport Beach, Katsuya in Laguna Beach and Bluewater Grill in Newport Beach and Tustin.
National Girl Scout Cookie Day
To celebrate the world’s largest girl-led business, Girl Scouts has named February 8 National Girl Scout Cookie Day. In celebration of the world's largest girl-led business, all Orange County Mimis Cafe,Red Robin, Yogurtland and El Pollo Loco locations hosted Cookie Booth Sales in front of their restaurants on February 8. Thank you to our partnering restaurants!
Find Girl Scout Cookies in Your Neighborhood
Download the Official Girl Scout Cookie App