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Nestle® Toll House® Butterscotch Morsels - 11oz

Nestle® Toll House® Butterscotch Morsels - 11oz - image 1 of 4
$2.79

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Bake the very best. A Morsel of Knowledge: Nestle Toll House Morsels are a key ingredient in making wholesome sweet treats. Memorable Bites: Starting with the chocolate chip cookie, Nestle Toll House Morsels have brought your family the very best in baking for over 70 years.

Directions
Microwave: Melt 1 cup (6 oz) morsels in uncovered, microwave-safe bowl on medium-high (70%) power for 1 minute; stir. Morsels may retain some of their original shape. If necessary, microwave at additional 10 to 15-second intervals, stirring just until morsels are melted. To melt 1-2/3 cups (11 oz) morsels, microwave a few seconds longer.
Double Boiler: Place morsels in top of double boiler over hot (not boiling) water. Do not cover. Prevent water from coming in contact with morsels. When most of the morsels are shiny, stir just until melted. Once melted, immediately remove top pan with melted morsels from bottom pan.
Contains: Soy, Milk
May Contain: Peanuts
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bag
Dietary Needs: Naturally flavored, Kosher
Form: Pieces
State of Readiness: Ingredient
Servings: 22.0, Approximate
package type: Individual item multi-serving
number of interior containers: .0
exterior container weight: 11.0 ounces
TCIN: 13055852
UPC: 028000217303
Item Number (DPCI): 261-05-0146
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most recent reviews

Would not melt!

1 out of 5 stars
Japan0024 months ago
originally posted on VeryBestBaking.com
VeryBestBaking.com
I have used butterscotch chips for years and they were awful 1+ years ago and then they got better (no more chemical taste). However, I just tried to melt them with milk chocolate chips while making scotcheroos and they wouldn’t melt. They actually became more and more fudge like as I heated them. I...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Not the same as in the oast

1 out of 5 stars
Nanci4 months ago
originally posted on VeryBestBaking.com
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I have been using Nestle Butterscotch chips for years to make haystacks! Had to throw away several bags because they would not melt. When will you go back to old formula?see moreof the reviewer's review
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Disgusting! Why change what used to be good?

1 out of 5 stars
MIXmama5 months ago
originally posted on VeryBestBaking.com
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Last year I threw out two bags of Nestle butterscotch chips b/c I thought I'd gotten a bad batch or something. They looked funny and tasted horrible. I skipped the recipes that used them. Got them again this year and found the same issues. Weird color and nasty, horrible flavor. But this time m...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Meltability

3 out of 5 stars
VickieR5 months ago
originally posted on VeryBestBaking.com
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These chips do not readily melt in boiling sugar/butter/milk, unlike the semi-sweet and milk chocolate morsels. Disappointing.see moreof the reviewer's review
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Yum

5 out of 5 stars
HollyMom6 months ago
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Melts well and taste so good in noodle candy, always sets up!see moreof the reviewer's review
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So good in chocolate cookies!

4 out of 5 stars
Maryhunter7026 months ago
originally posted on VeryBestBaking.com
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Use butterscotch morsels in a chocolate cake type cookie (with melted Nestlé chocolate chips). These cookies are so good!see moreof the reviewer's review
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Not just an autumn treat!

5 out of 5 stars
nhkate6 months ago
originally posted on VeryBestBaking.com
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Adding Nestle's butterscotch morsels gives a banana bread recipe extra special taste not just in the cooler months but anytime. The addition of walnuts makes it even more special. There's no substitute for that great Nestle flavor!see moreof the reviewer's review
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So Delicious

5 out of 5 stars
Dee7226 months ago
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These butterscotch morsels are rich in flavor and are yummy in any cakes and cookies I bake. They are good to eat right out of the bag. People love them and ask for more.see moreof the reviewer's review
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