The clay Girl Scout cookie is a very easy item to make and does not need very many tools to create. This step-by-step will be easy to follow, I hope.
The colors you need are light brown and a brownish-black color. Roll them into small balls.
Next, roll the light brown circle into a flat pancake. If it isn’t an exact circle, that’s still okay.
I used a small circle cutter to make the inside circle, but if this isn’t available, you can just use a marker lid.
Place the cutter into the middle of the circle and press. (If you want to, you can pull up the clay from the plate, in case the clay is stuck to it.)
You should have a circle in the center of the pancake.
Next, take a pointy tool (Like a screwdriver, a needle or something else sharp)
Crisscross lines all the way around your pancake. This is what is should look like at the starting.
When you cross the lines, little crumbs come out. Gently press them onto the cookie until it looks like this. Do not brush them off.
Put your cookie aside and pick up your other color, (black-brown). Roll it out into a long oval. and cut it into equal section that should be long enough to fit on your cookie. If you don’t want your oval that thin, you can leave it fatter and cut the pieces in half, like I did.
Press the strips onto the cookie horizontally. Try not to press to hard.
This is the finished cookie. Doesn’t it look great? I have to agree, it does not look the same as my first one, but it still looks good.
Both cookies, see the difference? After baking, they look darker. It probably depends on which clay you use. Mine bakes for 15 minutes at 275 degrees. Make sure you check your clay package. ( Oh, if you want to, you can freshen up the cookie by repoking the lines. They might have flattened a little bit while putting on the chocolate.)