Classic Toll House Cookie recipe

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Classic Toll House Cookie recipe - THEY RAVE OVER TOLL HOUSE COOKIES ' Here's a...
THEY RAVE OVER TOLL HOUSE COOKIES ' Here's a new cookie that everybody everybody loves becauseC it is so delicious, bo different and so easy to make.With each crisp bite you taste a delicious bit of Nestle's Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Chocolate and a crunch of rich walnut meat A perfect combination. Here's a proven recipe that never fails. Try it tomorrow. 1 cup butter V eup brown lupu eup granulated tugar 1 tgga, beaten whole t teaspoon toda t teaspoon hot water 1 eupe Dour 1 teaspoon salt 1 eup chopped nuts 1 Nestle's Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Economy Bara (7 oa. a.) I teaspoon vanilla Important! Cut the Nestle'i Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet in pieces the size of a pea. Cream butter and add sugars and beaten tgg. Dissolve soda in the hot water and mix alternately with the flour sifted with the salt. Lastly add the chopped nuts and the pieces of semi-sweet semi-sweet semi-sweet chocolate. Flavor with the vanilla vanilla and drop half teaspoons on a greased cookie sheet. Bake Iff to 12 minutes in a 375 F. oven. Makes 100 cookies. Every one will be surprised and delighted to find that the chocolate chocolate does not melt. Insist on Nestle's Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Chocolate in the Yellow Wrap, there is no substitute. This unusual recipe and many others can be found in Mrs. Ruth rvA a t p0in nn aaio all book stores.

Clipped from The Evening News15 Apr 1940, MonPage 4

The Evening News (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)15 Apr 1940, MonPage 4
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