They had a sweet ceremony at a nearby park. The act of 'bridging' in Girl Scouts is represented by a rainbow. So we had the girls walk across a white bridge, decorated with rainbow balloons. It was beautiful.
Afterwards, they met up at the home of our 'fearless leader' for a celebration. I baked a little treat for the party. And of course, the only appropriate dessert for the occasion was a 'brownie' with a rainbow.
I made the brownies in a cupcake pan instead of a traditional square pan. Follow the directions on the box for cooking instructions. Make sure you grease the cupcake pan extra-well. Fill each cup about 2/3 with brownie batter. Since they are smaller, they cook for less time, I shortened it by almost half.
After they cooled, I popped them out. I used white icing to pipe clouds. Then I added a 'rainbow' with some candy that I found at Party City. I added a little more white icing to make sure the rainbow was secure. Once it dried, the rainbows stayed in place and traveled well.
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