Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Tate's Bake Shop Gluten Free Cookies

A couple of years ago, I discovered Tate's Bake Shop gluten free chocolate chip cookies at The Fresh Market while on vacation on Hilton Head Island.  My whole family loves them.  They are thin and crispy, and have the perfect amount of chocolate chips.  

I have continued to purchase them at The Fresh Market in Orlando, and recently picked up a bag of the Ginger Zinger cookies.  

On Memorial Day, we made ice cream sandwiches with the chocolate chip cookies and Breyers vanilla ice cream.  This month, Breyers announced that it will begin testing and labeling 36 of its flavors "gluten free," including the natural vanilla we used last night.  

I've always loved Tate's chocolate chip cookies, but I think the ginger zingers are my new favorite.  They are so crispy and buttery, and are full of chewy pieces of crystallized ginger, which I absolutely adore!  

Each bag of Tate's Bake Shop gluten free cookies contains two individually wrapped packs of 7 cookies.  Locally, they can be purchased at The Fresh Market, or they can be ordered here on Tate's website.  When I went to their website this morning, I was offered 20% off for signing up to receive emails from Tate's.  You can view Tate's store locator here.

Other gluten free products from Tate's Bake Shop include double chocolate chip cookies, brownies, and blondies.

Allergy information from the bag -- Tate's gluten free products are "Manufactured in a dedicated gluten-free facility that process milk, eggs, soy and tree nuts.  Tate's Bake Shop Cookies have been tested and no GMOs have been detected."

Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, has a great recipe for Mocha Chocolate Icebox Cake using Tate's chocolate chip cookies.  If you like Tiramisu, you will love this dessert.  You can view the recipe here.

June 29, 2014 Update

I recently purchased a bag of Tate's Bake Shop gluten free double chocolate chip cookies at The Fresh Market.  My daughters and I sampled them after lunch.  Katie described them as heavenly, and said they might be better than the chocolate chip cookies.  I have to agree! 

August 27, 2015 Update

Tonight, I tried Tate's chipless wonder cookies.  They are very crisp and very buttery, and I love that the ingredients list looks like an ingredients list for homemade gluten free cookies.  Ingredients:  rice flour, butter, cane sugar, brown cane sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, baking soda, salt and xanthan gum.

What are your favorite Tate's Bake Shop gluten free cookies?


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