Grab The Spoon Because Nestle Toll House Brownie and Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough Is Here

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Nestle Toll House has TWO NEW Edible dough flavors, and it’s going to be a party, for sure!

Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough and Edible Fudge Brownie Batter join the family of Nestle Toll House Edible doughs.

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We have already been introduced to the flavors of Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Edible Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Monster Cookie Dough. And, yes, I have tried both. They are as fabulous as they sound!

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The new Fudge Brownie Edible Batter tastes just like the gooey batter you pour straight from your mixing bowl into your baking pan to make those delicious chocolate brownies.

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Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough tastes like Funfetti cake dough with tons of candy sprinkles mixed throughout.

I’m not afraid to admit that I ate cookie dough all of my childhood existence. My grandma’s favorite activity was to make all the grandkids cookies and brownies, and I would ALWAYS lick the bowl, the spoon, and the electric mixer whisk things. I didn’t die.

BUT now, eating raw batter is frowned upon. Things like eggs and flour are a no-no in their raw state.

Nestle has completely solved the problem of eating raw cookie dough, by bringing us yummy doughs that are free of all the dangerous ingredients.

THANK YOU, NESTLE! Now, I can eat all the cookie dough I like, and share it with my kids, too!

These are supposed to be rolling out to stores by the end of January, so I’d start looking for them NOW!

I few lucky people have already found these flavors, and they are spreading the news that they are FABULOUS!

Which one are you looking MOST forward to? I can’t decide between the two new flavors! I need them both.

Be looking for them wherever you usually find your edible cookie doughs.

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