Tate’s Bakeshop Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tate's Bakeshop Chocolate Chip Cookies

When I hunted down this recipe my intention was to make the cookies so that I could use them in Ina Garten’s Mocha Chocolate Icebox Cake. I was going to serve it for dessert with friends, but once I made the cookies I realized that the cookies were too good to bury in icebox cake. No doubt the cake would have been good, but it’s hard to believe we would have enjoyed it more than we enjoyed the cookies.

The cookies are thin, buttery, and crispy. Normally I like to bake cookies on air bake cookie sheets, but these turn out best if you use non-insulated cookie sheets. I’ve never had an actual Tate’s cookie so I can’t compare these to the original but we thought these were fantastic.

The recipe is available numerous places on the web including  Cookie Madness and Wives with Knives.

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4 Responses to “Tate’s Bakeshop Chocolate Chip Cookies”

  1. briarrose Says:

    This sounds a perfect excuse to bake more cookies. ;) Yummy!

  2. gloria Says:

    Another rainy weekend in MN – I believe the 10th out ot 11 weekends we’ve had rain? Good time to bake another batch of CCC! I’ve never made thin and crispy before…I might today-these look delicious! I’m testing recipes for the state fair-never entered CCC, but this year I’m going to try.

  3. So Very Domestic Says:

    Mmm. I’m always up for trying out a new chocolate chip cookie recipe!

  4. Casey Says:

    YUm! Can never ever go wrong with chocolate chip cookies!!

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