Nestlé Toll House Makes Baking Sparkly With New Disco Glitter Chocolate Chip Morsels
Baking is fun, but it is not the most glamorous thing to do. But Nestlé Toll House has designed one product that can change how people bake and make it a little bit more sparkly.
Nestlé Toll House Drops Disco Glitter Chocolate Chip Morsels
According to Pop Sugar, Nestlé Toll House, the renowned brand of chocolate chip cookies, has done something that will make baking a whole lot groovier.
It just released the new disco glitter chocolate chip morsels, which can make any of your chocolate creations cuter, prettier, and sparklier!
Nestlé Toll House regularly updates its morsels' flavors, releasing some cool flavors in the past, such as the unicorn and funfetti morsels. But it indeed leveled up its game once more.
Nestlé Toll House's most recent offering pays homage to the psychedelic '70s era. It offers bakers the chance to make their baked goods with a semi-sweet chocolate chip dusted in edible glitter.
Even though the company did not mention it's a St. Patrick's special, these morsels will certainly be great for that occasion.
The Nestlé Toll House's new Disco Morsels are made with 100 percent real chocolate, and they taste exactly like the chocolate chips the company is known for- but with some extra sparkle in every bite.
These sparkly morsels are incredibly versatile since bakers can add them just about anywhere - on their cookies, pancakes, muffins, and many, many more.
The new chocolate chips are accessible. They are only being sold exclusively at Walmart for $2 per bag, but Walmarts are everywhere, anyway. The cost is reasonable already since just a 5.5-ounce package can already suffice for a batch of two dozen cookies!
Nestlé Toll House is a Gift This Pandemic
Nestlé Toll House can certainly be described as a gift. Apart from making baking projects extra fun in the middle of a raging pandemic, the company recently announced that it would deliver its delicious cookies door to door. Nestlé Toll House announced that it would be launching delivery of its famous cookies in select locations.
But people adamant about baking their own (and use the sparkly morsels), even if they are not the most experienced bakers out there, can take advantage of Nestlé Toll House's virtual coach. The company just debuts its virtual human cookie coach named Ruth.
Ruth is a "digital human who can help you bake the perfect cookie," Orchid Bertelsen, Nestlé USA head of digital strategy and innovation, tweeted.