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Walnut Topped Sugar Cookies made easy with #NestleTollHouse #CookieDoughSheets #ad

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Thank you to Nestle Toll House for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to create delicious cookies with NestlĂ© Toll House Rolled & Ready Cookie Dough Sheets! All opinions and love of cookies are my own.


The winter thaw is happening slowly around our region and spring is just around the corner!  I was happy to welcome spring into my kitchen by trying out the new Nestle Toll House Spring Sugar Cookie Dough Sheets.  Whipping up a sweet spring treat has never been so easy, or delicious! 


walnut, sugar cookies, Nestle Toll House
Fresh from the oven Walnut Topped Sugar Cookies


I’ve been a fan of Nestle Toll House cookie dough’s for ages, so I was thrilled to see these  rolled and ready sugar cookie dough sheets on my last trip to the grocery store.





sugar cookies, easy, rolled dough, baking

They come with 2 sheets per pack, plenty to make a couple dozen sugar cookies in a hurry.  I usually make homemade sugar cookies, so having never used Nestle Toll House Spring Sugar Cookie Dough Sheets before; I headed to their website for inspiration.  I was not disappointed! 

There are so many delicious looking recipes there. You should check it out. I decided to put my own personal spin on their Pistachio Sugar cookie recipe by using chopped Walnuts instead since that’s what I had on hand. 

Folks- these cookies are so delicious and so simple to make. If you've got younger kids that are just starting out in the kitchen, this would be a great baking recipe for them! Anybody, even non- baking types, can whip these babies up in no time.


Here’s what you need. 



Ingredients:


Sugar cookies topped with chopped Walnuts

  • 1. Package (16 oz.) NestlĂ© Toll House Rolled & Ready Sugar Cookie Dough Sheets (found in the refrigerated section of grocery stores)
  • 1/3 Cup coarsely chopped Walnuts
  • 2 Tablespoons all- purpose flour (to flour cutting board)
  • 1 Tablespoon cooking oil (to grease cookie sheet) or line with parchment paper
  


Prep Time:  10 minutes  Cooking Time: 9-10 minutes


Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Place sheets on lightly floured cutting board.


Sugar cookie, dough sheet, cutting board,


Using a pizza cutter or pastry knife, cut cookie dough sheet into thirds lengthwise and then each third into 4 or 5 pieces. Don’t stress on precision cuts.  The cookies will look and taste fine.

Sprinkle each cookie with chopped Walnuts. 

Gently press into dough.

Sugar cookies with chopped Walnuts


Place each cookie piece 2 inches apart on lightly greased baking sheet.


sugar cookies, topped with Walnuts, baking

Bake for 9 to 10 minutes.

Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes.

Remove to wire racks to cool completely.

Enjoy!


I decided to serve these cookies paired with fresh fruit and a glass of milk to my girls for an after school snack and they were a huge hit! 

sugar cookies, after school snack, fresh fruit,
If you are ready for spring time and Easter baking, I invite you to visit the Nestle Toll House website and check out all their delicious looking recipes and dessert ideas. You are sure to be inspired by one or more of their tempting treats, just like I was.



Please share in comments: Do you have a favorite Nestle Toll House cookie dough or recipe?

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30 Responses to “Walnut Topped Sugar Cookies made easy with #NestleTollHouse #CookieDoughSheets #ad”

Jessica said...

These are super simple to make. I am going to make them with my preschooler.

Heidi Bee said...

These look fun to make! I am not a fan of walnuts myself but my father in law would love these!!

tara pittman said...

What a great way to use these cookie sheets. I need to try this.

Jamie Tomkins said...

YUM!! These look delicious and not too hard to make. Love it!!

Daisy B said...

These look delicious! I love how quick and easy they are to prepare. The walnuts are a really nice touch.

Ashley @ 3 Little Greenwoods said...

I love these cookies are pre made sheets of dough! Bet it makes prep and clean up super easy!

Cali Julz said...

I'll take a dozen!! these look great and super simple!

Barb Webb said...

What a clever idea! Love how quick and simple these are to make. Yum!

Christy Newell said...

Yum! I can't wait to test out the Nestle TollHouse Cookie Dough Sheets. Love the simplicity of it all! Thanks for the idea of adding walnuts! Perfect!

Patricia said...

These look so delicious. I would love to make them and add a little maple sugar to them. Yum!

Tiffany@LivingSweetMoments said...

I love walnuts!! They are the perfect crunchy topping for a sugar cookie. Will definitely try this!

Maria said...

I love this! I did not know they made the sheets but I NEED to get some now!

Liz Mays said...

I can practically smell the fresh from the oven fragrance! YUM!

MikiHope said...

I never knew till House had dough already rolled out! Rolling out dough is one of the reasons I don't make cookies. I will be getting this soon and then become the person I was meant to be--Cookie Monster.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jessica,

These are a prefect way to bake with your pre-schooler. Enjoy!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Heidi,

They are really fun to make. You can add any nut you like, I just happened to have a bunch of Walnuts.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Tara,

You and your boys will have fun with these I bet.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jamie,

They are super tasty and easy to work with. Let me know how your thoughts if you try them.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Daisy,

These cookie sheets are so easy to work with. They are perfect for those times when you want a treat but may not have tons of time.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Ashley,

Yes! The clean up time was nothing compared to making from scratch cookies.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Cali,

Ha! Thanks- you should try these with your cutie daughter for Easter.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Barb,

These cookie dough sheets pack lots of flavor in them, and are so easy to use!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Christy,

You are welcome! My husband and daughters loved the Walnuts too.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Patricia,

I never thought of adding maple to a sugar cookie, but I bet that is tasty.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Tiffany,

Yes, please do try it. The Walnuts add just the right balance of savory crunch.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Liz,

They really do smell delightful! Nobody will ever know we didn't spend an hour making from scratch cookies with these cookie dough sheets.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Miki,

I'm so glad I could help you get in touch with your inner cookie monster. Enjoy!

Rebecca Swenor said...

These dough sheets sound amazing and I will have to pick some out next week when I go shopping. I love nuts on anything so these cookies look totally amazing. Thanks so much for sharing.

Stefani @ MommyEnterprises.com said...

Those look really good. Love your little addition on the top!

Alison Shaffer said...

that is the best idea! love those cookie sheets! I just bought the break apart choc chip cookies last night, but did not see these sheets! will be looking for them in the store. nothing like a fresh warm cookie. your walnut topped ones look so good!!!

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