Another Nestlé Cookie Dough Is Being Recalled — Here’s Why
Nestlé USA has voluntarily recalled a limited amount of their Nestle Toll House Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough tubs due to the possibility of a “soft plastic film” being present, according to an announcement via the United States Food & Drug Administration.
This recall only affects three batches of Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough tubs produced between August 1 to 3, 2022, with batch numbers 22135554RR, 22145554RR, and 22155554RR and were distributed nationally. This recall is solely isolated to this particular variety, as no other Nestle Toll House products or dates of production are an issue.
The news comes fresh off the heels of last month’s Nestlé Toll House Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough With Fudge Filling recall — which is completely unrelated to this current issue. As that recall was also about a potential foreign object found inside, however, it does sound like something of a concerning trend.
The brand was quick to share that no illnesses or injuries have been reported, but this action has been taken out of an “abundance of caution” after there were a few consumer complaints to Nestle USE about the issue.
If you have any of these batch numbers in your possession, return it to where you bought it for a refund. If you’re still craving some delicious cookies, though, you can always whip up some homemade brown butter salted caramel chocolate chip cookies instead to soothe your sweet tooth.
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