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A cookie made with flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, and usually chopped nuts.
- ‘Others will dispute this, claiming the tollhouse cookie as the region's signature snack.’
- ‘It was a strange combination of textures and flavors which tasted a bit like a tollhouse cookie with marshmallow on top.’
- ‘This cookie has a white cookie base similar to a tollhouse cookie.’
Named after the Toll House in Whitman, Massachusetts, source of the original recipe.
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