Nestle Toll House brings back two fall-inspired cookies

Toll House’s seasonal cookie doughs are back. Image courtesy of Nestle Toll House
Toll House’s seasonal cookie doughs are back. Image courtesy of Nestle Toll House /

Fall might still be a couple of months away, but food brands are announcing their fall products right now. With how hot it’s been, many people are probably looking forward to the fall season so this is probably the best time to share the fall food lineup. One of the brands announcing what they are bringing out this fall is Nestle Toll House.

They have two returning favorites in their ready-to-bake seasonal cookie dough line that are perfect for the spooky pumpkin season. The two returning cookie doughs include Pumpkin Spice and Ghoul’s Mix Sugar Cookie Dough.

The first cookie dough consists of a pumpkin spice flavor and white morsels. If you love pumpkin pie spice anything, this is definitely the cookie for you.

The second is a sweet sugar cookie dough and has M&M’s and ghost, bat, and pumpkin sprinkles mixed in. This cookie is perfect for a Halloween party or anytime during spooky season when you want a sweet treat. They are also incredibly cute! And who doesn’t like a cookie with M&M’s?

Nestle Toll House announces returning fall cookie dough flavors

Whatever flavor you choose, these cookies are perfect for when you don’t have the time or inclination to make cookies from scratch. You just put the dough balls on a cookie sheet, slide them into a preheated oven, and wait for them to bake. You can make cookies for a crowd and not even break a sweat.

The two flavors will return in August 2022 and includes enough dough to make 20 cookies (or one huge one). They come in 14-ounce packages and will be $3.49 each. As Nestle Toll House is usually available everywhere, you’ll likely find these at most grocery stores.

Will you be checking out these Nestle Toll House cookie dough flavors? Which one sounds the best to you? Let us know in the comments below!

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