Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Kicks Off 2023 Girl Scout Cookie Season

There's nothing better than a box of Girl Scout cookies. And this year, there's a new flavor: Raspberry Rally™ .There's nothing better than a box of Girl Scout cookies. And this year, there's a new flavor: Raspberry Rally™ .

By Dawn Brand Fluhler—

Consumers in 45 Central Indiana counties can support their local girl entrepreneurs by ordering from the iconic cookie lineup, powering amazing experiences in outdoors, STEM, and beyond.

INDIANAPOLIS – Girl Scouts of Central Indiana kicks off the 2023 Girl Scout Cookie season in 45 Central Indiana counties as Girl Scouts and their troops rally their communities to support the world’s largest entrepreneurial program for girls.

Every box of cookies sold provides invaluable experiences for Girl Scouts such as service projects, troop travel, and summer camp for girls across the country.

Girls will sell and take orders in person, and can receive cookie orders via Digital Cookie®, topersonally deliver cookies to their local customers. Consumers can also use the Cookie Finder to locate a booth near them and purchase cookies in-person from girls at the iconic cookie booths beginning February 3. And beginning February 27 consumers can order their favorite cookies for shipment directly to their front door, including the new Raspberry Rally™ cookie.

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the world’s largest entrepreneurial program for girls. Girl Scouts’ newly updated Financial Literacy badges offer entrepreneurial playbooks for every age level. From the Cookie Goal Setter badge earned as a Daisy to the Entrepreneur Accelerator for girls in high school, the Girl Scout Cookie Program teaches girls financial literacy, planning, budgeting, teamwork, innovative thinking, and confident decision making. New this year, Raspberry Rally is exclusively offered through digital channels for direct shipment only, enhancing girls’ e-commerce sales and entrepreneurial skills. This latest approach will help to guide the evolution of the cookie program for the digital future.

Text COOKIES to 59618 to stay informed about how to purchase Girl Scout Cookies and other exciting Girl Scout news.

Girl Scouts in grades K–12 can start their journey to fun, friendship, and new experiences by joining the world’s largest entrepreneurial organization for girls at any point in the year. Girls can join and adults can become volunteers at

The cookies being sold today have changed dramatically from the home baked cookies sold in 1917. Kentucky-based, Little Brownie Bakers supplies nine varieties:

Raspberry Rallys, thin, crispy cookies infused with raspberry flavor, dipped in chocolaty coating.

Adventurefuls, indulgent brownie-inspired cookies topped with caramel flavored crème with a hint of sea salt.

Thin Mints, crisp wafers covered in chocolaty coating. Made with natural oil of peppermint.

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

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. Trefoils, delicate-tasting shortbread that is delightfully simple and satisfying. Lemon-Ups, crispy lemon cookies baked with motivational messages.

Girl Scout S’mores, crunchy graham sandwich cookies with creamy chocolate and marshmallowy filling.

Toffee-tastic, rich, buttery cookies packed with golden toffee bits bursting with flavor.

Dawn Brand Fluhler is Director of Communications, Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. All photos provided by Girl Scouts of Central Indiana.


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