Nestlé's New Cookie Dough Sounds SCARY Good
Toll House’s Monster Munch Cookie Dough is jam-packed with Halloween goodness.
Yes, it’s September. Yes, it’s 90 degrees out. And yes, I have fully immersed myself in all things Halloween. My house is decked out in spooky decor, I’ve had the Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack on repeat since Labor Day, and I start each morning with a steaming cup of pumpkin spice coffee.
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And to all you Halloween scrooges—I don’t want to hear it. If you let me enjoy my candy corn in peace, then I won’t say a word when your Christmas tree comes out in November—probably because I’ll be the one blasting carols while you decorate. The point is, let people celebrate early if that’s what they want. One more happy person in the world is far from a bad thing.
Nestlé seems to understand where I’m coming from. Toll House recently released Monster Munch cookie dough—and boy, does it sound amazing. Oatmeal cookie dough, made with peanut butter and chocolate morsels topped with candy-coated gems certainly sounds like heaven in a cookie to me. Note the lack of raisins in this oatmeal treat. Toll House must have taken a hint from angry trick-or-treaters and left out the tasty, but boring, ingredient.
Act quickly, because this refrigerated cookie is only available during the fall months. In the meantime, don’t mind me. I’ll just be over here stuffing my face until the Christmas cookies are released.