Add a Unique Twist to Holiday Baking w/ Nestle Toll House Peppermint Filled Baking Truffles

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hand holding Nestle Toll House Peppermint Filled Baking Truffles

Walmart has what you need to create a signature holiday cookie!

We all love this time of year, where kitchens smell of holiday baking and Christmas cookies are given as gifts or enjoyed by the fire. Well, if you’re running out of new recipes to try, Nestle has a twist you’re gonna like!

Next time you run into Walmart, look for the Nestle Toll House Peppermint Filled Baking Truffles! They have a 100% chocolate shell and a cool peppermint-y center. Yes, please!

Nestle Toll House Peppermint Filled Baking Truffles with Christmas Tins

This is a seasonal item and is only available from September through December. We found them at Walmart both in-store and online for in-store pickup priced at $2.48. They aren’t currently on sale at Walmart, but we’re hoping to see a sale price or a coupon soon!

These chocolate and mint delights are available in a 9-oz. bag. The back of the bag offers a basic Toll House Cookie-like recipe that substitutes these choco-peppermint truffles for the usual chocolate chips. Nestle is quick to point out that these can easily be substituted in any recipe that calls for their morsels, and our minds started working overtime! These would be fantastic in a signature holiday chocolate mint cookie, cookie bars, or mixed into brownies.


Enjoy new recipes your tribe will love!

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Comments 4

  1. cristinimartini

    I may or may not just eat these like M&Ms hehehe…they’re so good!!!

    • Erin

      Me too. 🙂 I LOVE them. Also so good to melt on top of a pan of brownies.

  2. BlueWaterGirl

    I bought these a month ago to bake cookies. Was supposed to use chopped Andes holiday candies but couldn’t find them anywhere. Found these and they were really good. Thicker outer shell made it harder to chop easily but yes, definitely yummy!

  3. Candy M

    I saw Andes holiday candy at Dollar Tree this week.

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