Nestle’s Winter Morsels Will Kick Your Holiday Baking up a Notch

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The dark chocolate and mint Winter Morsels are essential for winter baking.

From candy canes to Häagen-Dazs ice cream bars, peppermint is the flavor of winter. The cool and fresh taste is the perfect addition to baked goods. Of course, chocolate is another popular flavor for the holidays. If you love both chocolate and mint, you don’t have to choose between them anymore. Nestle’s Winter Morsels combine dark chocolate and mint in one tasty baking chip!

What’s in the Bag?

It’s pretty straightforward: Winter Morsels are a mix of dark chocolate chips and mint chips. This means the chocolate chips aren’t too sweet, and you’ll get a cool sensation from the mint. The light green mint chips also add a nice pop of color to your cookies.

Psst: For more mint and chocolate fusion, stay on the lookout for Mint + Dark Chocolate Kit Kat Duos.

What Can You Do with the Chips?

Like any chocolate chip, Winter Morsels are super versatile. Add them to soft and chewy chocolate cookies like this or your favorite fudgy brownies. We love Andes baking chips too, but Nestle’s version will give ’em a run for their money.

The Best Place to Buy Winter Morsels

To snag a bag of Winter Morsels, head over to your local Walmart or Kroger. The chips come in 10-ounce bags and typically cost around $4. You can also find a 6-pack of morsels on Amazon, though they’re unavailable right now. (No surprise there; people always seem to jump at seasonal baking chips.) Winter Morsels are a limited edition treat, so you can expect them on the shelves for cold weather baking, but we bet they won’t last long!

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