We are a week away from the first of this years two bake sales. Last year was so successful that other girls in Anzia’s (our little vegan) troop want to get involved, so with the help of Wayward Cafe we will be hosting bake sales on February 16th & March 2nd. Both sales will start at 2pm.
Why are we doing this? My daughter’s Girl Scout troop is in a region that goes through Little Brownie Bakers which does not offer vegan cookie options. Anzia decided last year that she didn’t want to sell them, so she held her own bake sale to help raise money for her troop. She split her profits with the Pigs Peace Sanctuary.
This year the girls all want to help participate in the entire process so the bake sale will include bake goods that they have helped with. We will post what is going to be available the night before. Also, we are going to split our profits with NARN.
Seattle area friends, we would appreciate if you could help us spread the word. And of course we would love to see you at the sale. It’s awesome to meet people in person!
Some of the baked goodies from the sale on the 16th:
Worthy Of Sharing: Being a Vegan Girl Scout at Cookie Time
A Few Words Of Thanks & A Big Hug!
This is awesome. I’d totally come if I lived in Seattle 🙂 Good for your daughter!
Such a wonderful, wonderful idea! See you at Wayward!
See you there! 🙂
This is wonderful! I wish Girl Scouts would also do a gluten-free option.
I am going to try my hardest this year, though I don’t have a lot of experience in the gluten-free baking world!
We’re super excited to go! Will there be anything that is safe for peanut allergic people?
🙂 I am only considering one recipe with peanut butter. What if the package for the ingredient says, “made in the same facility?” I’ll make sure to look at everything!
Sorry we couldn’t make it–sick kiddos. Hopefully we can come to the other date! I hope it went well!!!
Hope the kids feel better. We will have more baking helpers for the next one so there will be more choices.
Vegan girl scouts? Is the whole troop vegan? In Seattle? My vegan twin daughters are turning 11 in a few months and I would love information on a vegan troop.
No, just our daughter is vegan. Yes, Seattle. The rest of the troop decided to support her choice this year. You gotta love it when 8 & 9 year olds want to support their friend!
That is great! My daughters don’t have supportive friends. But I was really excited about a vegan Girl Scout troop. Anyway we will be at the Wayward on Saturday to partake! Yum!!!
can we order for delivery (los angeles)?
I wish we were that big of an operation. Maybe next year! 🙂
This is so wonderful! Sharing it with our vegan families meet-up group – hope it’s a massive success!
Thank you so much!
You’re enthusiastically invited to join in the fifth annual Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale this April! See http://www.veganbakesale.org for all the exciting details. It would be awesome to get Girl Scout representation!
Awesome! Thanks. 🙂 I will check it out.
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I’ll be there! You were all out last year! Yum! Please save me some! 😉
Way to go vegan scouts! I have been wondering which girls scout troop would be the first innovators to make a stand against corporate non-food. This is what the girls scouts should be about!
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