If you’re like us, odds are there’s a roll of premade cookie dough in your fridge for baking (or let’s be real, eating straight from the package). If any of yours are Nestlé, you should pause before breaking out the spoons. Nestlé recalled various ready-to-bake refrigerated cookie dough bars, tubs and tubes due to the potential presence of foreign material.
After reports claiming food-grade pieces of rubber were found in some of the products, Nestlé announced the recall. The source of the rubber has already been discovered and the issue has been remedied. Thankfully, no illnesses or harm have been reported as a result of the contamination.
Affected products include the Simply Delicious chocolate chip, peanut butter and sugar cookie doughs; the Toll House chocolate chip Chubs and Tubs; various holiday and Halloween seasonal doughs; the oatmeal raisin and peanut butter cookie bars; Frozen II cookie dough, and more.
If any of these Nestlé recalled products are in your fridge, toss them out. Affected products are listed on the Nestlé website, as well as the batch numbers that shouldn’t be consumed. If you have any questions about the recall or purchased something and threw it away, retain your proof of purchase and email firstname.lastname@example.org.