Nestle recipe contest will reward winner with a new mixer and year’s supply of chocolate chips

Chocolate chip cookies baked on pan

If you’ve found yourself baking more during the coronavirus pandemic, you’re not alone. In fact, we’re all baking so much that you might even have trouble finding flour in stores — along with toilet paper and disinfectant wipes.

Now, Nestle Toll House is giving you a chance to put your newfound baking skills to use for the chance to win some prizes with its “Remix the Original” challenge.

Now through May 20, Nestle is looking for the most original and creative bakes, treats and snacks America can offer to compete in a bracket-style tournament. Whether you’re a baker or just prefer to eat the finished product, all fans of sweet treats are invited to share their most creative recipe concepts.


The recipe must use Nestle Toll House morsels, but other than that, nothing is off-limits. The eight most creative and tasty submissions will face off in a bracket, with the public deciding who takes the top prize.

The grand prize consists of a year’s supply of morsels along with a baker’s package including a hand mixer, measuring cups and other baking goods. The winning concept will also be developed into a recipe by Nestle Toll House’s head pastry chef and will be featured on the Very Best Baking website.

To enter, just follow Nestle Toll House on Instagram, click on the post announcing the contest, then like the post, tag a friend and share your most creative recipe in a comment that starts with “My contest entry:”.

Eight ideas will be selected to compete in the bracket challenge, with public voting open until May 28. A winner will be announced on June 1.

Your recipe can use any of the Nestle Toll House morsels, which come in all sorts of flavors from chocolate to butterscotch, peanut butter, espresso and even unicorn.

If you want to jazz up your creation even more, Nestle also makes chocolate curls in three varieties: classic chocolate, white chocolate and red and white.


Do you have a creative new recipe to share with the world?

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