Which Company Makes Toll House Cookies?


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Nestle makes Toll House chocolate chip cookies. The recipe for Toll House cookies was invented in 1936 by Ruth Graves Wakefield who added semi-sweet chocolate by Nestle to her butter drop dough cookies. The Toll House name is from the Inn that Wakefield ran with her husband, Terry.

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After the invention, she contacted Nestle and made a deal that allowed the company to publish the recipe on the back of its chocolate. In return, Wakefield received a lifetime supply of chocolate. As of 2015, her recipe is still on the back of every bag of Toll House Morsels sold today.

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