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SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 23: Bags of Nestle Toll House chocolate chips are seen on a store shelf February 23, 2006 in San Francisco, California. Profit for Nestle, the world's biggest food and beverage company, rose $6.1 billion or 21 percent in 2005 with sales increasing 7.5 percent for to $69.54 billion.

If you or someone in your family loves baking, you may want to get involved in the Nestle Toll House Baking Competition.

To enter, you must submit a recipe that includes Nestle Morsels.

The winner will be determined in a bracket-style competition and will receive a year’s supply of morsels along with a baker’s package.

Their recipe will also be fully developed into a recipe and published on www.VeryBestBaking.com.

To be a part of the contest you have to follow @nestletollhouse on Instagram, comment on their “National Chocolate Chip Day” post, with your recipe, and tag a friend. Make sure you start the post with “My contest entry.”

Good luck, submissions will be taken until May 20, public voting starts on May 28 and the winner will be named on June 1.