Where can I buy the Nestle Toll House stuffed cookie dough?

Founded in 2000, the Nestle Toll House brand is a household name across America.

2022 is bringing an exciting new cookie dough creation from the favored dessert company.

Where can I buy the Nestle Toll House stuffed cookie dough?

Nestle's new stuffed cookie dough will hit stores nationwide in July of 2022.

Buyers will be able to purchase the sweet treat at most grocery stores around the United States.

What is the Nestle Toll House stuffed cookie dough?

Two new Nestle Toll House cookie dough flavors are heading to stores this summer, but with a twist.

The coveted brand's first-ever stuffed cookie dough will come in a package with four oversized confections.

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Included in the flavors are:

  • Chocolate chip cookie dough with fudge filling
  • Double chocolate cookie dough with salted caramel filling

Much like Nestle's other refrigerated cookie dough options, the treats simply need to be placed into a preheated oven to come to fruition.

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What is Nestle Toll House?

In 1939, Ruth Wakefield began implementing Nestle Semi-Sweet Chocolate into her cookies, per the official website.

After realizing the chocolate did not melt upon baking, Ruth created the official Nestle Toll House Cookie.

The brand earned its name from Ruth's Toll House Inn, which was located in Whitman, Massachusetts.

In 2000, the first Nestle Toll House Cafe was launched in Texas.

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