This little cook booklet dates from 1945, and while it is not an official Girl Scout publication, the company that printed it made it specifically with the Girl Scouts in mind. Look closely at the pictures to figure out who made the booklet.
Even without the date, I’d have put this in the 1940s due to the cute pleated shorts all the girls are wearing.
One girl just can’t resist those Boy Scouts on the opposite mountain.
The booklet does not actually tell you how to cook an egg with a magnifying glass, unfortunately.
There are even menus included which predominately feature the product of the publisher. And guesses yet?
Yes, this booklet was developed by the Home Economics Department of the Kellogg Company of Battle Creek, Michigan.
Those baby bears simply cannot resist Rice Krispies!