Sunday, November 30, 2014

Adorable Daisy Baking Items!

Tis the season to bake cookies, and my children and I have already started on our holiday festivities. What got me in the mood was an email from the leader of my daughter's troop. Instead of working on our Cadette marketing badge, we are instead going to be baking cookies for the troops. I am so excited, as we have not done a service project in our troop yet this year.

When my girls were third grade Brownies, we did a cookie baking community service project. I wrote about it in full detail here. It was a lot of work but so much fun and such a worthwhile thing to do.

Young Daisy Scouts can bake cookies, or at least decorate them during a meeting (which is probably the easiest thing for you to do with kindergarten and first grade girls!).  You can make the cookies at home and at the meeting, have the girls make cards for the troops, for their families or whomever these cookies are going to. By doing it in stations, you can focus more on what each child is producing and giving assistance when needed.

Here are a few adorable items that are not seasonal, but are just right for Daisy Scouts who are creating special cookies for someone else. They can even be used for crafts during the year or even in the 3 Cheers for Animals Journey to make bird feeder cookies.

Daisy Girl Scout cookie cutter 
This looks just like the Daisy petal!

Daisy Girl Scout cookie cutter 
This one has 10 petals.

Daisy Girl Scout sprinkles 
Top your regular iced cookies with these.

You can also top the cookies with blue sugar crystals or blue sprinkles.

Are you doing any service projects this holiday season?

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