Nestle Toll house has a heritage that dates back to 1930 when Kenneth and Ruth Wakefield purchased a building in Massachusetts that had once been used to collect tolls from travelers. They turned it into a lodge and called it the Toll House Inn.
One day, while preparing a batch of Butter Drop Do cookies, Ruth cut a bar of Nestle Semi-Sweet Chocolate into tiny bits and added them to her dough, expecting them to melt. Instead, the chocolate held its shape and softened to a delicately creamy texture. It was then that the Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie was born.
Since then, the Nestle Toll House cookie has been a fan favorite. Its popularity helped develop a variety of morsels and ready-to-bake dough products.
Join the Nestle Toll House Cafe Club to receive a special birthday gift. You will also receive sneak peeks of new products and promos, and exclusive Cafe Club member only offers. Additionally, they will send a coupon via email for a free cookie (no purchase necessary) on your anniversary.
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