Tollhouse Rolled and Ready Cookies

Tollhouse Rolled and Ready Cookies

  • Thanks to Nestle Toll House for sponsoring today’s discussion. All opinions are 100% ours

We saw something new at the grocery store the other day. Rolled and ready cookie dough by Toll House. My wife’s favorite cookie recipe has always been the Toll House chocolate chip cookies. As far back as I can remember I had to get Nestle’ chocolate for her cookies. So when we saw the Toll House rolled and ready dough we had to try it.


Times have changed. We are empty nesters now. Our days are filled with more unplanned adventure than when the kids were living with us. Old friends stop by or a grandchild gets sick and we are summoned into duty watching them and that means our schedule gets changed. That’s the beauty of Toll House rolled and ready cookie dough. You don’t spend any time mixing cookie dough. Just open the package and start baking.


We have always enjoyed finding antique cookie cutters at flea markets and antique stores. There is quite a collection now in our kitchen. To try out the new Toll House rolled and ready cookie dough we brought out our cookies cutters to give the dough a try. We found the dough to be just the right thickness and consistency for the cookie cutters to work. They cut easily and came out of the cutter with no problem onto the cookie sheet.



Seriously, this is so easy a five year could make cookies. I am the one who does a lot of the cleanup after the cooking is done so I  appreciated how simple and easy this cookie dough is to use and clean up after. No mountain of mixing bowls and flour etc. all over the counters and floor.


Our work is done. Now it is time for the grandchildren to decorate the cookies. That will get messy. I wonder if Toll House has a product to keep the grandchildren neat?


For more about Nestle’s Toll House Rolled and Ready cookie dough click HERE.


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