The Wednesday edition of the local paper, The Anchorage Daily News, carries the weekly food edition. We scan the pages looking for new things to try (or avoid in some cases). This recipe, reprinted from the Atlanta Journal Constitution caught my eye and I decided to try it. With only a slight deviation from the published recipe I obtained good results. It would be a nice dessert to serve at a function where something tasty, new and novel would be appreciated.
The recipe for Toll House chocolate chip cookies is, as always, is printed on the side of the Nestle Toll House chocolate chip morsels bag. In place of making the dough, you can substitute one 18-ounce Nestle Toll House refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough.
I make large batches of chocolate chip cookie dough at home. I divide the recipe and freeze the unused part. It only takes a couple of hours to thaw a package and then have fresh hot chocolate chip cookies. I used that dough in this recipe and it worked just fine.