Parents, start your mixers – you’re about to go old-school with all that cookie baking. E. coli found in pre-made Toll House dough at a Nestle factory is being blamed for a possible cookie shortage this year.
The dough never left the factory – according to USA Today reports – so your kids are safe. But in light of the major recall last year and several dozen sick people, the folks at Nestle are shutting down production to start over.
Of course making your own has far more advantages than that few minutes you save pulling a tube out of the fridge. You can’t make these treats with what you get in the refrigerated section. If you’re worried about what to make, check out Nibblers for more cookie ideas.
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