Nestle Toll House Debuts Morsels & More Just in Time For Valentine's Day And Easter

They're like sprinkles ... but better.

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Now that we're just about 10 months(!!!) into our pandemic-dominated world, it's understandable if you're a little bit baked out at this point. Pretty much everything in your repertoire, no matter how enjoyable it might normally be, has likely grown stale.

A situation like that surely calls for some sort of flavor boost to elevate your baking, and the good news is that's exactly what Nestle Toll House's new Morsels & More kits are designed to do. Available in two varieties with a springtime feel, both editions of Morsels & More, feature three distinct, well, morsels that can easily adorn brownies, cookies, cupcakes, or anything else coming out of your oven that can use an extra bit of edible pizzazz.

First up, the Strawberries & Cream collection of morsels needs little in the way of introduction. It's comprised of graham cracker pieces, "premier white morsels" (which essentially function as vanilla "chocolate" chips), and strawberry-flavored chunks. The appropriately pastel-hued Spring Easter Basket option includes pretzel sticks, peanut-butter flavored morsels/chips, and, of course, colorful Easter Egg-shaped candies. If you're looking for an easy way to add an Easterly touch to your baking with little to no recipe modification, this is your shortcut to success.

At this point, it's worth noting that these Morsels & More offerings aren't complete baking kits in and of themselves. You'll need cookie dough, brownie batter, or whatever else it is you plan to use as your base in order to create your confectionery canvas, but the good news is that you can reuse these eight-ounce bags of goodness for bake after bake until they run out.

You'll start seeing these wherever you get your Nestle Toll House baking supplies starting in February, which suggests we might be in for an early spring. But regardless of whether or not Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, grabbing some Morsels & More should brighten things up in the kitchen either way.

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