Nestle Toll House Simply Delicious Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Nestle Toll House Simply Delicious Sugar Cookie Dough
So wait a minute. All this time with their non-Simply Delicious cookies, I’ve been eating fake butter, eggs from chickens that were in tight spaces, bleached flour, and unpure cane sugar. (Spotted by Bob K at Giant Eagle.)
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8 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Nestle Toll House Simply Delicious Cookie Dough”
Make that unbleached flour and pure cane sugar.
Keep working at it, friend. The joke will come to you eventually.
Yup, and they were delicious.
Yup. And salt not from
The sugar cookie had an off taste to me. Yuck!
I tried the “simply” cookies they put out, was it Chips Ahoy? They tasted… flat.
Just baked two batches of the “Simply Delicious” chocolate chip cookies. I had to extend the baking time a full minute and a half over the longest baking time for each…and I use a convection oven, which usually requires me to REDUCE the baking time. Anyway, they were tasty enough, though they had a decidedly strong molasses taste (and fragrance as I was placing the little dough squares on the baking sheet). I don’t like molasses, not even a little, so this was a turn off to me. They really would be “simply delicious” if they left the molasses out and used a little brown sugar instead. And I don’t know why Nestle decided to skimp on the chocolate chips, but they could use a few more per cookie. That said, they weren’t bad, have a nice texture and crisp, and taste more homemade than the original recipe. Not sure if I’ll buy them again, unless they do something about the molasses, though.
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