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    Home-Baked Taste & Gluten-Free Cookie Options from Tate’s

    Sinking your teeth into a snack of crisp, delicious, chocolaty cookies shouldn’t come at the cost of harming your overall wellness, which is why Tate’s Bake Shop makes healthie ...
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    Sinking your teeth into a snack of crisp, delicious, chocolaty cookies shouldn’t come at the cost of harming your overall wellness, which is why Tate’s Bake Shop makes healthier cookies. Thin, buttery, and delicious, their cookies are made to taste like they just came fresh and hot from the oven. Ingredients are kept simple to make the cookies as wholesome as they are toothsome. Tate’s also makes a gluten-free range of cookies in a separate gluten-free facility so that people with Celiac can enjoy, too.

    Tate’s Bake Shop Makes Gluten-Free Cookies for Extra Healthy Nibbling

    Tate’s goes all-out to ensure that their gluten-free cookies are just as delicious as their conventional ones. Made with healthy rice flour, they also feature additional flavors like coconut, oatmeal raisin, or – for people looking for a little “bite” in their cookies – ginger. While the company uses dairy, nuts, and similar ingredients in their cookies, they don’t use artificial ones. No artificial preservatives, flavors, colors, or fragrances ever find their way into a Tate’s recipe.

    Carrying On a Family Tradition of Baking & Healthy Food with Tate’s Bake Shop

    Starting at the family farm on Long Island, Kathleen King started baking her first batches of crisp, slim, buttery cookies in her mom’s kitchen at 11 years old. Already filled with the entrepreneurial spirit, she sold her small-batch cookies off a card table set out front at the roadside. Ten years later, in 1980, she launched her bake shop, naming it Tate’s after her dad. The bake shop’s still open, all these years later, with its carved wooden tables and brilliant flowers – even as its cookies get shipped and enjoyed all over the USA and the world.
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