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Nestle Recalls Refrigerated Cookie Dough Due to Rubber Pieces

Don't go dunking these cookies just yet.

As we cozy in for the coming winter, there’s only one sweet treat on our minds—cookies! Unfortunately, you’ll have to put the baking on hold for a second, because a Nestle cookie dough recall has been issued that puts your favorite flavors at risk. (That includes Fall’n Leaves and Pinch of Grinch cookies.)

The recall is due to rubber pieces that are embedded in the dough. We saw a similar recall affecting Entenmann’s Little Bites just a few months ago. The Nestle cookie dough recall was issued on October 31 and affects batches shipped nationwide and to Puerto Rico. Find Nestle’s official release here.

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What products are recalled?

Buckle up, because this one’s a doozy. 26 different types of Nestle cookie dough are under recall. That includes bars, tubs and tube-shaped “chubs.” Here’s everything to look out for:

  • Simply Delicious Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (18-ounce)
  • Simply Delicious Nestle Toll House Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (18-ounce)
  • Simply Delicious Nestle Toll House Sugar Cookie Dough (18oz)
  • Nestlé Toll House Chocolate Chip Chub (16.5-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Chub (30-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Lovers Club Tub (80-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Tub  (36-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Tub (80-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Fall’n Leaves Cookie Dough (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Frozen II Cookie Dough (14-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Holiday Chocolate Chip Tree Sprinkle (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Monster Munch (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Pinch of Grinch Cookie Dough (14-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Triple Chip Cookie Dough Bar (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Ultimate Chocolate Chip Lovers (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Ultimate Turtles Cookie Bar (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House White Chip Macadamia Nut (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Bar (16.5-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Mini Chocolate Chip Bar (16.5-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bar (16-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Sugar Cookie Bar (16.5-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Bar (16.5-ounce)
  • Nestle Toll House Peanut Butter Cookie Bar (16-ounce)
  • M&M’s Everyday Cookie Dough (14-ounce)
  • M&M’s Ghouls Mix Cookie Dough (14-ounce)
  • M&M’s Holiday Cookie Dough (14-ounce)

The recall comes from an abundance of caution. No illnesses or injuries have been reported just yet, but Nestle wants to make sure these doughs aren’t hiding out in your fridge. According to Nestle, they already found the source of the issue, and all contaminated items in-house have been removed.

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How do I know if I have one of these products?

First, Nestle wants you to know morsels, ice cream sandwiches and edible cookie dough are not included in the recall. So those products are all safe.

The recall is limited only to ready-to-bake refrigerated doughs, with batch codes that begin with 9189 through batch codes that begin with 9295. You can find the codes near the “use or freeze by” date.

You can also find all of the products, batch codes and UPC codes here, complete with images of each product.

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I have one of these products! What should I do with it?

Products affected by this Nestle cookie dough recall should be tossed ASAP. Don’t bake them—or steal a scoop or two of dough out of the fridge. If you don’t want to end up empty-handed, reach out to nestleproductinquiry@casupport.com with your proof of purchase. Chances are you’ll get a refund.

For more information, direct your questions to 1-800-681-1676 or email the address listed above.

Article by Laurie Dixon from Taste of Home. View the original article here.