Girl Scout Cookie® Program


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Girl Scout cookies® are a familiar part of American culture. For more than 80 years, Girl Scouts, with the enthusiastic support of their families, have helped ensure the success of local Girl Scout cookie activities.

The Cookie Program is more than “just selling cookies.”  It’s also an educational tool and economic literacy program.  Through the Cookie Program, girls learn the importance of setting goals and achieving them, individual and team achievements, collaborative decision making, earning money through hard work, sales techniques, proper business etiquette and budgeting.

Girls are proud that their efforts provide resources for their local Girl Scout councils and for their own Girl Scout troops/groups.  All proceeds earned from cookie activities stay in Hawaii to support programs and activities for Hawaii’s girls.

Types of Cookies

"Naturally Good!" Crisp and crunchy oatmeal cookies with creamy peanut butter filling. No artificial color or flavor. Dosidos contain peanuts.

Tender vanilla cookies, covered with caramel, rolled in toasted coconut, and striped with a rich, chocolaty coating.


Tasty cookies topped with creamy peanut butter and covered with a luscious chocolaty coating. Tagalongs contain peanuts.

Lemon Chalet Cremes
Featuring a design of Our Chalet in Switzerland, a beloved Girl Scout® World Center, this sandwich cookie has a touch of cinnamon-ginger spice that evokes the warmth of a fireside chat on a snowy evening.

Dulce de Leche

Inspired by the classic confections of Latin America, these sweet, indulgent cookies are rich with milk caramel chips and stripes.

Sugar Free Chocolate Chips
With Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Cookies, those who need or prefer sugar free products have a new way to support Girl Scouting — and a scrumptious new snack at bedtime ... or any time!

Thin Mints
A thin wafer covered with a smooth chocolaty coating. Made with natural peppermint.


Delicate-tasting shortbread that is simple and satisfying.





Keeping Hawaii Beautiful

Adults involved with Girl Scouts provided almost 118,000 hours of volunteer services in their communities last year, valued at over $2.2 million.

Members of the Girl Scouts are active, compassionate and involved citizens within their local, national and global communities.



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