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Nestle Chocolate Semi-Sweet Morsels (72 oz.)

by Nestle |
Item # 169643
Model # 4396 |

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Fudge, cookies, brownies, pies... need we say more? Nestle makes the best version of chocolate morsels, so that your dessert is the best it can be.

About this item

  • Real semi-sweet Toll House® chocolate morsels
  • Use these semi-sweet morseld to create the original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies; the recipe is on the back of the bag
  • Larger bag so you always have chocolate chips on hand
  • Resealable zip-pak
  • No preservatives, artificial colors or flavors
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Create the ultimate chocolate chip cookies and more with Nestle® Chocolate Semi-Sweet Morsels (72 oz.). These semi-sweet chocolate chips have been a baker's staple for generations, revered for their smooth flavor, their versatility, and convenience. They bake, melt and freeze beautifully, ideal for everything from chocolate sauces to baked goods and even frozen desserts.

Nestle Chocolate Semi-Sweet Morsels are Rich in History

Nestle chocolate chips have been a baker's kitchen staple for over 75 years, featuring real semi-sweet Toll House® chocolate morsels. The use of Toll House morsels resulted in the famous Toll House chocolate chip cookie recipe that's been handed down from generation to generation, but did you know that Nestle morsels came first?

Nestle morsels were used in what is considered to be the first chocolate chip cookie recipe, originating around 1938 at a Massachusetts resort called the Toll House Inn. They first appeared in a light, crispy cookie called the dessert chocolate crunch cookie created by the inn's owner and chef, Ruth Wakefield.

After World War II began and local soldiers were stationed overseas, their families stocked care packages with cookies inspired by the local favorite. As word of mouth spread about how delicious the cookies were, Wakefield began to receive requests for her recipe from all over the world. Wakefield eventually sold her recipe and the Toll House name to Nestle. In 1997, Toll House cookies were honored as the official state cookie of Massachusetts.

Today, Toll House cookies are still loved worldwide featuring the same recipe...and you can't have Toll House cookies without Nestle chocolate chips.

The Best Chocolate Chip Morsels for Your Baking Needs

Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips feature a depth of flavor unlike any other chocolate morsels. They're free from artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. They come packed in a resealable zip-pack to preserve their fresh taste. The large 4 lb bag provides enough semi-sweet morsels for multiple recipes, from Toll House cookies to fudge, brownies and beyond.

Where Can I Get the Original Toll House Cookies Recipe?

If you're interested in whipping up Ruth Wakefield's original creation, you don't have to hunt for heirloom family recipes. Wakefield's famous recipe is printed on the back of every bag of Nestle chocolate semi-sweet morsels. This large bag also features recipes for Toll House fudge and Toll House chocolate chip pie.

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