Tate’s Bake Shop

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It’s December, the bells are jingling, stockings are being hung, and the aroma of sweet baked treats is wafting through many a home. I always have great intentions of baking special homemade goodies for all of my friends and family during the holidays. But more often than not, time runs out, and I find my good intentions glaring at me in the face come January in the form of multiple bags of chocolate chips, nuts and other extras for cookies and cakes.

So here’s an option for anyone out there with lots of good intentions but very little time, order cookies from Tate’s Bake Shop.

Tate’s Bake Shop contacted me about trying out their cookies. Try some cookies? Why sure!

And they’re some mighty fine cookies too. They’re sneaky good.

They’re a crispy, crunchy, buttery cookie that at first bite, you’re like, “Yeah, so what? It’s a cookie. And it’s a good cookie.”

Then 7 cookies later…

Sneaky good they are. Tate’s Bake Shop also has a new cookbook out packed full with some yummy looking cookie recipes.

Speaking of trying things…you get a chance to try out these yummy cookies too. Tate’s Bake Shop is giving away a gift pack of cookies and one of their cookbooks to one winner. Cool, huh?


To be entered for a chance to win, just leave a comment answering this question…

How many cookies have you eaten in one sitting (or standing)?

Be honest now.

AND for an extra entry, become a friend of Tate’s Bake Shop on facebook, and leave another comment here saying you did so.

That makes two (2) chances to be entered to win some darn good cookies.

Giveaway begins today, Thursday, December 2, 2010, and ends Monday, December 6, 2010 at Midnight PST. Winner will be announced sometime Tuesday, December 7, 2010.

But wait! That’s not all. Winner or not, Tate’s Bake Shop is offering a 15% discount on any purchases made at tatesbakeshop.com from now until December 31, 2010. Just enter the discount code “cookie” to receive the discount. That’s some tasty shopping!

I’ve all of a sudden got a hankerin’ for a cookie…

Check ya later!

(Again, Tate’s Bake Shop so graciously sent me some of their yummy cookies to try and a handy dandy cookbook too.)

 

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Comments

  1. 1

    says

    Gah… easily too many cookies in one sitting (or standing) even just the other day. Couldn’t stop eating snickerdoodles.

  2. 4

    Danielle says

    If I had to guess how many cookies I have eaten in one sitting would have to be the time I built a cookie tower. And when they all fell I ate them all! At least 15. . . . . ! I might have shared a few with my little ones.

  3. 5

    says

    ummmm, I’m not going to tell how many cookies I could eat in one sitting….lol……..but I’ll say it’s more than 3!

  4. 7

    says

    One year I made hundreds and hundreds of cookies both for planned gifts and for “just in case” and was left with dozens after the holidays were over. Yeeeeah…those were dark times for me and my ever-tightening clothing.

    At least 15 or 16 at once. Ugh. The shame!

  5. 12

    Jennifer K says

    I’ve eaten about 2 or three. My husband is the cookie monster in our house. He can eat the whole batch in one sitting.

  6. 13

    says

    I believe I once ate almost a half bag of Famous Amos cookies. However, in my defense, most of the cookies were already broken into tiny pieces, and I was very pregnant; so I don’t think it counts.

  7. 15

    says

    I’m not gonna lie. Back in my high school days, I once finished off an entire sleeve of Thin Mints. I think there’s like 22 cookies in one of those. BUT GOD are they good!

  8. 17

    Terri says

    I sat down with a bag of Mint Milanos and finished it one night. I am not sure how many are in a bag but I ate them all. So bad!! Did I mention the quart of milk?
    tshaw6580@yahoo.com

  9. 20

    Daryl Callahan says

    I have more then likely had at least a dozen cookies in one sitting,esp if homemade.

  10. 22

    Daryl Callahan says

    After seeing the facebook page of tates I can tell you I love their choc chip cookie because I love a thin crispy cookie. I have in the past eaten about half a bag in one sitting!

  11. 23

    Mimi says

    I just love cookies with milk and coffee, I’ve eaten a maximum of 6 but can eat more when my sweet and tender is not around :):)

  12. 24

    says

    Well, there’s always the first one that doesn’t count, then the second one that does count, then the third one because “what the heck, I’ve already had one”…or is it two.

  13. 28

    Nicole says

    I’ve probably eaten 3 really fat cookies in one setting…but they were so worth it :)

  14. 29

    says

    I actually love their cookies! They are thin and crisp and for some reason made like that-I don’t feel as guilty gobbling them down!

  15. 30

    Rachel says

    The other night I actually ate a whole packet of Tate’s by myself…I’d like to say it was a record, but it might not be…

  16. 34

    says

    I can remember eating bites out of 20 or so after a cookie swap, but only ate the whole cookie for the goods ones, so maybe 15 bites plus 5 whole cookies =)

  17. 36

    says

    At least a dozen!! I can’t stop eating peanut butter cookies right out of the oven! Sad but true!

  18. 39

    Martha Vaughan says

    I’m really ashamed to admit this…I’ve eaten a whole bag of nutter butter sandwich cookies in an afternoon at work. I’m still wearing them on my hips as a shameful reminder.

  19. 43

    Richelle says

    Ah, that’s a very confronting question… I think that at one, a bit depressed, time in my life it’s very possible I ate something like 2 entire packages of Dutch Speculaas Brokken… in just one afternoon……
    Would love to receive the package, it didn’t say anything about USA residents only so I hope you will ship to Spain!

  20. 44

    Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. says

    He is adorable! Fun holiday giveaway! Hope you are having a wonderful holiday season!

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