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Sound the alarm, Nestlé's fall baking collection is already here. The brand behind the pre-made cookies you know and love announced the return of a cookie dough favorite—Nestlé Toll House—as well as two brand-new products to use when baking from scratch.
Nestlé's fall baking truffles (tiny lil morsels of sugar you can add to cookies, cake, brownies, or whatever else you're baking, really) come in two flavors: Pumpkin Spice and Sea Salt Caramel. The former are described as a truffle-style baking morsel filled with pumpkin spice flavor. They will be sold at Giant Eagle, Harris Teeter, HyVee, Kroger, Meijer, Schnucks Markets, and Supervalu stores in 9-ounce packages for around $2.66 each.
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If you're more of a caramel fan, the latter has a chocolate shell with a gooey, caramel inside. These will be sold exclusively at Kroger grocery stores and come in the same 9-ounce bag.
For those of you who live for the ready-to-bake cookies (no shame in your game, but if you feel like branching out, here are 20+to try!), Nestlé's Fall'n Leaves Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough is waiting for you. They're filled with colorful leaf sprinkles and are available from August through December for around $3.
Last but not least, a winter holiday treat is already in stores: peppermint baking truffles. Again, these can be added to basically any baked good—cake, cookies, cupcakes, breads, brownies, you name it. They'll be available through December at Giant Eagle, Harris Teeter, HyVee, Kroger, Meijer, Schnucks Markets, and Supervalu.
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