While Santa might enjoy milk and cookies after a long journey, the Nestle Toll House cookie shot glasses are a new way to celebrate the season. No matter how they are filled, these cookies will get a rousing cheers all around.
From that original recipe that became a baking icon to innovative flavor combinations, Nestle Toll House is that trusted brand which always delivers a delicious treat. With the holiday season around the corner, many bakers are looking for something different to put on the plate. Now, there is a treat and a serving vessel all in one.
According to Carlo Ramírez de Arellano, senior brand manager, Nestlé Toll House, “At NESTLÉ TOLL HOUSE, no matter how you make, shape or bake cookies, we believe there’s no wrong way to do it. Americans prefer chocolate chip cookies 3:1 over any other cookie* and this year, bakers can get even more creative in the kitchen with our cookie shot glasses. We’re excited that our classic recipe helps fans discover new ways to say ‘cheers’.”
To build excitement for the holiday season, the food brand is giving away Nestle Toll House cookie shot glasses kits November 8 through December 8. More information on how to enter to win can be found online at www.tollhousecookieshot.com.
While this giveaway is a fun promotion from the food brand, anyone can make a cookie shot at home. The giveaway website has the recipe.
For anyone who attempts to make this baked treat, consider adding some creativity to the conversation. Simple idea of rimming the edge of the glass with chocolate, sprinkles, or even a combination of items is tasty. A salted caramel with some nuts is a great choice.
Also, add some fun to the cup’s filling. While milk might be an obvious choice, adults can enjoy an espresso martini or even a chocolate liquor shot. Another idea is to fill it with ice cream, a chocolate mousse or layers of different fillings. The possibilities are many.
This year, Santa might want to have a shot after his ride. Why not serve him some Nestle Toll House cookie shot glasses. It might encourage him to leave a little extra something under the tree.