Nestlé and Nextbite have partnered to launch Nestlé Toll House Cookie Delivery to third-party platforms, bringing freshly-baked Toll House cookies to seven U.S. cities—with more coming soon. The addition should be especially beneficial for restaurant operators looking to expand their offering without adding significant complexity or new equipment.

In each market, Nextbite kitchen partners freshly-bake Nestlé Toll House Cookies to be delivered on-demand to customers’ homes.

Nestlé Toll House Cookie Delivery features a menu of six Toll House cookies, freshly-baked locally at partner kitchens. These include Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Pecan Turtle, Snickerdoodle, White Chip Macadamia Nut and Sugar cookies. Customers can also order Toll House Edible Cookie Dough, milk or Nesquik, as well as pints of Häagen-Dazs Vanilla or Chocolate Chip ice cream.

The cookies are now available to order on-demand via Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub in seven cities, including:  Washington, DC, Dallas, TX, Amherst, NY (Buffalo suburb),  Downers Grove, IL (Chicago suburb),  Louisville, KY,  Sugar Land, TX (Houston suburb), and Tampa, FL.

“On-demand delivery is more relevant than ever as consumers seek immediate access to their favorite treats,” said Stephen Dysart, brand strategy manager at Nestlé. “We’re energized by the positive feedback to-date and look forward to continuing our partnership with Nextbite to expand the Toll House Cookie Delivery experience to more cookie fans across the U.S.”

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Nestlé Toll House, the creator of the original chocolate chip cookie, to bring a delicious delivery dessert option to our fulfillment partners,” said Nextbite CEO Alex Canter. “Our network of kitchens will be baking this special Toll House recipe fresh daily, delivering cookies within minutes to customers’ homes via major delivery apps. We know Nestlé Toll House Cookie Delivery is going to be a big hit.”