Turn on the oven because Nestle Toll House fall baking favorites are back.
The best pairing to that PSL is always fall baking and Nestle Toll House has several fall favorites returning to store shelves. Whether you just want to go from fridge to oven or prefer to explore your baking creativity, these fall themed treats will have your kitchen filled with delicious aromas.
The Nestle Toll House fall baking items include, Nestle Toll House Fall’n Leaves Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Nestle Toll House M&M’s Ghoul’s Mix Sugar Cookie Dough, Nestle Toll House Pumpkin Spice Filled Baking Truffles and Nestlé® Toll House Sea Salt Caramel Filled Baking Truffles. The question isn’t what to bake, it is what to bake first.
The kids will be drawn to the M&M’s Ghoul’s Mix Sugar Cookie Dough. No one can resist M&Ms in a sugar cookie. Plus, this version has some fun Halloween sprinkles. Although the name has a spooky twist, these cookies are pure treat.
For a colorful fall treat, the season Fall’n Leaves Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough is a great choice. The classic chocolate chip cookie gets a fall makeover with these seasonal sprinkles. And, there is no mixing required.
With more people embracing their inner baker, the Pumpkin Spice Filled Baking Truffles are an elevated flavor. The creamy white shell breaks away to reveal the spiced center.
The best part about these baking truffles is that they can be used in a variety of baked goods. From boosting the flavors in a fall muffin to even using them in some brownies or pancakes, it might be a good idea to buy a couple of bags before they are gone.
Lastly, the Sea Salt Caramel Baking Truffles are the decadent bite that will boost the flavor in a variety of treats. The gooey caramel center is surrounded by chocolate. By adding these treats to your baked goods, you will definitely impress the family.
Turn on that oven and let the sweet aroma take over the kitchen. These fall baking treats from Nestle Toll House will make the fall season even sweeter.
What is your favorite fall baking treat? Do you use Nestle Toll House in your baking recipes?