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I tried Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House ready-to-bake cookie dough rolls and found the difference is all in the texture

INSIDER Logo By insider@insider.com (Rachel Askinasi) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 9: I tried two well-known, ready-to-bake cookie dough brands to find out which is better.In testing both Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House cookie dough, I found that they don't taste all that different.The real difference lies in the texture of the two cookies.I thought the Pillsbury dough yielded a crunchier, bumpier cookie while the Toll House dough turned into a more smooth and chewy cookie.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.Every time I'd visit my grandmother growing up, she always had a roll of ready-to-bake cookie dough in her refrigerator. And every time she came to visit me, she'd bring one with her. We'd take it out of the fridge, slice off the end of the salami-like log with a knife, and get to baking.Yes, making cookies from scratch is great, and we probably did that once in a while. But there's something about ready-to-bake dough that makes for an easy activity with a yummy endgame. Those are the cookies I remember. Both Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House sell their ready-to-bake cookie dough in log form, which makes for a super easy process of slicing and baking. I wanted to find out if there was a difference between the products when it came to taste, texture, and how long they took to bake, so I put the two iconic baked-goods brands to the test.Read the original article on Insider

I tried Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House ready-to-bake cookie dough rolls and found the difference is all in the texture

  • I tried two well-known, ready-to-bake cookie dough brands to find out which is better.
  • In testing both Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House cookie dough, I found that they don't taste all that different.
  • The real difference lies in the texture of the two cookies.
  • I thought the Pillsbury dough yielded a crunchier, bumpier cookie while the Toll House dough turned into a more smooth and chewy cookie.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Every time I'd visit my grandmother growing up, she always had a roll of ready-to-bake cookie dough in her refrigerator. And every time she came to visit me, she'd bring one with her. We'd take it out of the fridge, slice off the end of the salami-like log with a knife, and get to baking.

Yes, making cookies from scratch is great, and we probably did that once in a while. But there's something about ready-to-bake dough that makes for an easy activity with a yummy endgame. Those are the cookies I remember.

Both Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House sell their ready-to-bake cookie dough in log form, which makes for a super easy process of slicing and baking. I wanted to find out if there was a difference between the products when it came to taste, texture, and how long they took to bake, so I put the two iconic baked-goods brands to the test.

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