The white morsels and orange flavors in this cookie are marvelous!
One of the best!
by M. Marianne
, USA on May. 2011
I've made this cookie several times and everyone loves it. The orange zest gives it a refreshing flavor that the white chips compliment nicely.
by L. Lidia
, NJ on Jan. 2011
these were a part of my christmas cookie batch this year. everyone loved them and asked for the recipe :)
by C. Chey
, Chandler, AZ on Aug. 2010
These cookies are sooo good!! I've made them for parties and others have always liked them. I've also made a variation of them by substituting the orange zest for lemon zest.
Very Yummy Cookies!!!!!!
by R. ROCHELLE
, , Munster, Indiana on Apr. 2010
I made these cookies for a party we had. They were amazing & a huge hit! Everyone loved them and wanted the recipe.
They are especially very good with ice cream sandwiched between two cookies. Yum!
We couldn't stop eating them
by J. Jody
, Brookville, PA on Apr. 2010
These were so very yummy, we couldn't stop eating them! This recipe is a keeper for sure!
by J. Judi
, , Ca. on Jan. 2010
I made these for Christmas cookie plates, and I added chopped cranraisins and it was a hit. I plan to use next year for my cookie exchange.
by k. kay
, Bend, OR on Mar. 2009
I usually am not a huge fan of white chocolate but the orange and white chocolate just go together really good in these! I can't wait to make them again!
What a hit!
by C. Carmela
, WEST HAVEN, CT on May. 2008
I volunteer at a local hospital and bring baked goods for the special nurses and support staff in two of the units. I was looking for something not chocolate and came upon this recipe. I don't
really care for white chips, but I noted that
the staff seemed to be enjoying the cookies even more than usual. I think the combination of white chips and orange flavor made these so delicious. Several nurses told me that this recipe is definitely a keeper!!! I haven't had a recipe yet from your site that hasn't been well received!
by D. Diana
, NORFOLK, VA on Apr. 2008
I have made these cookies for cookie swaps at work and to eat at home. EVERYONE loves them.They are really good a couple of days after you bake them and the flavor has set in.
by D. DANI
, WYOMING, MI on Nov. 2006
The first time I made these I already had milk chocolate chips on hand, so I used those. They were amazing. That was 4 years ago and I have had countless requests for them ever since. They are definitely a family favorite!
A gift of love from your own kitchen.
NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Chocolate Chip Pie features the sweet, creamy richness of a brown sugar base combined with chopped nuts and delicious chocolate morsels. Serve warm with whipped or ice cream.
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