Girl Scout Badge Program!

Looking for a fun and educational outing for your Girl Scout troop?

Troop Leaders: We’ve designed a series of cooking programs based on the actual girl scout program requirements. During these hands-on cooking sessions your girls will work with our pro chefs to measure, mix and prepare delicious (and healthy) meals and snacks – all while they complete steps toward earning their Legacy Cooking Badge.

You can view the details for each level below. All scout classes have a 10-child minimum.

To schedule your event please email us or call us at (703) 433.1909.


Brownie Level Girl Scouts – Snacks

For 2nd and 3rd graders, $49 per child

Young scouts will have some fun in the kitchen as we create savory, sweet, and energizing snack foods and drinks that kids can easily prepare for themselves at home.

All of the following menu options fulfill the requirements for at least two of the five steps toward earning the Legacy Cook Brownie Badge, including step five – “slurp a snack”.



Snacks from Around the WorldScouts will learn the history of English “high tea” as we create a dainty menu complete with a warm cup of steeped apple “tea”.

Cinnamon Sugar Scones

Homemade Strawberry Jam

Mini Three-Cheese Quiche Bites


Cookies and MilkScouts will recreate delicious recipes inspired by classic Girl Scout cookie flavors, which they’ll enjoy along with a healthy milkshake with hidden veggies to sip and dip.

“Do-Si-Dos” Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies with Cinnamon Cream Filling

“Thin Mint” Chocolate Peppermint Cookies with Chocolate Glaze

Health-ified Vanilla Milkshakes


Energizing Snacks and Finger FoodsScouts will practice mixing, measuring, and baking delicious and energizing foods fit for active kids and athletes alike.

Bite-Size Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Power Bars

Protein-packed Crispy Coated Chicken Sticks with Healthy Homemade Ketchup

Homemade Gatorade


Junior Level Girl Scouts – Simple Meals

For 4th and 5th graders, $55 per child

Scouts will get hands-on cooking experience as we learn the steps to creating easy, healthy, and (of course) tasty meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

All of the following menu options fulfill the requirements for one of the five steps toward earning the Legacy Cook Junior Badge. With every menu option your troop will complete step number one – “step up your skills with a pro” – by participating in a kitchen lesson and demonstration of techniques by the chef instructor.



Breakfast of Champions Scouts will learn to create healthy morning eats using the incredible, edible egg.

Easy Baked Scrambled Eggs with Cheese

Homemade Flakey Buttermilk Biscuits

Cupcakes for Breakfast – Cinnamon Raisin Carrot Cakes with Cream Cheese Glaze


Fix a Healthy LunchFrom handmade dough, to special sauces and yummy topping combinations, we’ll roll, top, and bake creative cheesy creations.

Homemade Honey Wheat Dough

Quick Tomato Basil Sauce

Build-Your-Own Gourmet Pizzas (with everything from pineapple to prosciutto)


Gourmet Sweets and TreatsScouts will learn how to make their favorite sweet treats a little healthier as we mix, measure, whip and bake gourmet desserts from scratch.

Silken Chocolate Mousse Cups

Mini Lemon Ricotta Cake with Vanilla Lime Glaze

Double Chocolate Banana Cupcakes


Cadette Level Girl Scouts – Cuisines from Around the World

For 6th, 7th and 8th graders, $59 per child

Young Chefs will hone their kitchen skills and explore new cuisines through hands-on cooking and baking sessions. We’ll cover essential culinary techniques including knife skills, baking, safe stove-top cooking, and more.

All of the following menu options fulfill one of the five steps toward earning the Legacy Cook Cadette Badge.  This advanced cooking experience will also prepare participants for the next level of the Legacy Badge program – the Ambassador Dinner Party – including menu planning, timing of courses, and plating and presentation.





Passport CookingScouts will take a culinary trip around the world as we create three delicious dishes that represent influential international cuisines.

Italy – Tomato Basil Bruschetta with Mozzarella

Spain – Baked Chicken Empanadas with Homemade Pastry

France – Double Chocolate Croissants with Chocolate Ganache


Southern Comfort FoodsAmerican food is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. Scouts will discover classic American eats as we create a menu of traditional southern foods.

Crispy Oven-Fried Chicken

Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits

Luscious Lemon Meringue Pie


Healthy Junk Food MakeoversWe’re whipping up homemade versions of three junk food favorites and giving these sweets and eats a healthy twist.

Crispy Baked Tortilla Chips with Homemade Queso Dip

Fresh Baked Berry Poptarts with Vanilla Glaze and Homemade Flakey Crust

Double Chocolate Fudge (avocado) Muffins



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6 Responses to “Girl Scout Badge Program!”

  1. Catherine Lynner
    October 12, 2011 at 12:38 am #

    Great! FYI…There is a Senior Level Journey called SOW What? It’s all about where our food comes from and how to make good choices, along with cooking it. Senior level is 9-10th grades, around 14-15 and up. I’d love to see something for these girls. They need more to do than just ‘hang out’ at the mall. Knowing more is extremely empowering.

    I’m also still looking for vegetarian classes for myself.


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