SPOTTED: Nestle Toll House Gingerbread, Peppermint Cocoa, and Snow Day Cookie Dough

Nestle Toll House Gingerbread Cookie Dough

Nestle Toll House Peppermint Cocoa

Nestle Toll House Snow Day Cookie Dough

Lots of new options this holiday season from the folks at Nestle Toll House. (Gingerbread and Peppermint Cocoa spotted by Tommy at Hannaford. Snow Day spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

10 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Nestle Toll House Gingerbread, Peppermint Cocoa, and Snow Day Cookie Dough”

  1. Not a comment on these cookies, but a heads-up for all you Butterfinger fans. The basic (and ubiquitous) Candy Corn that goes on sale right after Halloween for a dime a package can be used to make the Butterfinger crispy insides, You simply microwave the candy corn on a low setting, and then when it’s melted add creamy Jif or Skippy peanut butter. Once slightly cooled, spread the mixture into a glass or Pyrex flat dish and slice into rectangular pieces. Then freeze until cool. Enjoy!

    1. Well a recipe I never expected that nor had I heard of a recipe featuring melted candy corn. It sounds interesting. Maybe dip the bars into a can of chocolate frosting. Or syrup.

    2. …How is it crispy though? Sounds like you would end up with just a peanut butter fudge.

      1. The final product is very crispy, flaky, and yum-my – like a Butterfinger bar. If you look at the ingredients listed on the Butterfinger (without including the chocolate coating) are almost identical to the ingredients of the orange/white/yellow candy corn, the missing ingredient is peanut butter. Heck, for 10-25 cents for the candy corn and the half cup of peanut butter, it’s worth trying and surprisingly good.

          1. Nope. You don’t add anything but the two ingredients of microwave-melted candy corn and smooth (not ‘natural’) Jif or Skippy peanut butter.

    3. Would you be able to provide some rough estimates? Like how much ratio of candy corn to peanut butter would you recommend? Really intriguing idea!

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