Tate’s Bake Shop is the fairytale culmination of a dream that got started when 11-year-old Kathleen King began baking cookies to sell at her family’s farm stand in Southampton, NY. Today, those amazing cookies have attracted a loyal following from coast to coast. Crispy and buttery, rich but not overwhelming, they simply melt in your mouth and just one is never enough! Tate’s Bake Shop’s line of goodies include cookies, coffee cake, pies, tea loaves and assorted squares – brownies, blondies, raspberry and crumb cake, as well as gift items such as a cookbook, cookie jars, aprons and logo bags.
- The Perfect Assortment of Tate’s Bake Shop Cookies
- Three 7oz Boxes of Tate’s Bake Shop’s Signature Crisp, Thin Cookies
- Contains 1 Each Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin and White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies
I got the idea to purchase these cookies after watching the CNBC show “How I made my millions”. I figured that anybody able to make a fortune from selling cookies out of Long Island probably makes some really good cookies. These cookies do not disappoint. My favorite are the white chocolate chip & macademia nut. Although the oatmeal raisin are a close second. The only thing I wished is for these to come individually wrapped inside each box, as opposed to the 7 unit celophane pack. When you open one pack, you have to commit to eating all 7 within a few days, since the cookies will lose their crispness after that.
Tates taste like homemake (for real)
People LOVE receiving these cookies as gifts. Seriously, they can’t get enough of them (chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin especially). When I send this gift pack, it’s always a home run!