Nestle's Toll House chocolate bits celebrate 75 years

08/29/2014 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The iconic chocolate chip cookie celebrates 75 years since it was created by Massachusetts Toll House Inn restaurateur Ruth Wakefield, who used a chipped Nestle bar of semi-sweet chocolate in a batch of cookies. Demand for her creation grew and in 1939, Nestle partnered with her to print the recipe and use the Toll House name on its packaging.

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