The Toll House cookie was born! In 1939, Nestle created the Toll House Morsel. Share the great homemade taste of The Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie, America's Favorite Cookie Recipe! Good food, good life.
Melting: (visit VeryBestBaking.com for more melting tips) Microwave: Melt 1 cup (6 oz) morsels in uncovered, microwave-safe bowl on high (100%) 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 2 cups (12 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. For Dipped Fruit: melt 1 tbsp vegetable shortening and 1 cup (6 oz) morsels as directed above.
Contains: Soy, Milk
May Contain: Soy, tree nuts, peanuts
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bag
Wellness Standard: Meets minimum requirements
Features: No artificial colors, no artificial flavors, no preservatives
Dietary Needs: Gluten free, Kosher
State of Readiness: Ingredient
Servings: 46.0, Approximate
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Number of interior containers: 0
Exterior container weight: 23.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 261-05-0329
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