COMING SOON: Nestle Toll House Kitchen Sink Morsels & More and Ready-to-Bake Brownies


Nestle Toll House now has more Morsels & More. This time it’s a Kitchen Sink variety that joins previous varieties like Hot Fudge Sundae, Chocolate Peanut Caramel, and Pumpkin Spice Latte.

What does a kitchen sink tastes like? Well, mine tastes like three-day-old unwashed dishes. But the kitchen sink that’s in a pouch of this Morsels & More variety has semi-sweet morsels, butter caramel pieces, and pretzel sticks.

Like previous flavors, Nestle Toll House encourages you to bake them with your favorite treats, sprinkle them on your favorite treats, or just skip the favorite treats and eat them straight out of the bag. No shame.

Nestle Toll House Kitchen Sink Morsels & More will be available in 8-ounce pouches ($3.99 suggested retail price) at select Walmart locations in February and expand to other retailers nationwide in May.


Nestle Toll House will also be rolling out Ready-to-Bake Brownies at Meijer stores beginning in March with a suggested retail price of $3.99.

The chocolate chip brownies involve no preparation and come in its own baking pan. Well, I guess the only prep you really need to do is pre-heat the oven.


(Images via Nestle Toll House.)

6 thoughts to “COMING SOON: Nestle Toll House Kitchen Sink Morsels & More and Ready-to-Bake Brownies”

  1. I just want to shove the brownie batter with my spoon. But it’s nice of them to offer ready to bake and maybe do ice cream cake out of it.

  2. Hey Toll House! Ready to bake brownies already happened in the 90s! Pillsbury had “One step brownie” and “One step cookie cake” that came in foil containers! They were SO GOOD especially underbaked and we made them all the time after school. They were definitely gone by the 2000’s but… you know- COPYCATS!

    1. Well! They’re just the same as mini convection ovens! So probably! I bet just follow the convection (vs conventional) oven recipe (if they fit!)

  3. “Ready-to-Bake Brownies at Meijer stores”

    Great.. store exclusive crap. Closest Meijer’s to me is a 5 hour drive. FML

    1. For real! I’m four hours south of Chicago so most of the “in this location of test kitchen only” or “This chain only” are JUST within reach- but an unreasonable amount of driving away.

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