Tate’s Bakeshop Giveaway | Gluten-Free Cookie and Brownie Basket with Cookbook

Tates Bakeshop Gluten Free Cookies
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Do you have family or friends who are gluten-free?  These days a lot of people are.  I’m betting that many of you know at least one or more people that suffer from celiac disease or are eating a gluten-free diet for other health reasons.

So I was pleased to hear that Tate’s Bake Shop’s newest endeavor is a line of gluten-free cookies and brownies.

Tate’s has substituted rice and almond flours in their gluten-free line for the wheat flour, but kept in the traditional ingredients at the heart of their great tasting  recipes like the butter, chocolate, eggs, and vanilla.

Tates Bakeshop Gluten Free Cookies and Brownies


But of course the real test is how do they taste?

  • The cookies are just what you’d expect from Tate’s, thin, buttery, crunchy and flecked with chocolate chips.
  • The brownies were fudgy, moist and dense. They are a good size bar so I would recommend sharing or saving half for later because they are rich!
  • If no one told me these were their from the gluten-free line, I would never know by the taste. Seriously, these are good cookies and brownies, and they live up to the quality and reputation of their predecessors.

So I am happy to tell you that Tates Bakeshop has offered to send one lucky Gourmande in the Kitchen reader one of their Gluten Free Baskets (ARV $38) along with a copy of the Tates Bakeshop Cookbook (ARV $25.99).

Tates GF Brownies CookiesTates Bake Shop Cookbook

The basket includes:

  • Three (8 oz) bags of Tate’s signature thin, crispy chocolate chip cookies, made with rice flour.
  • Three dense, dark, gluten-free brownies, made with almond flour.

But even if you don’t win, Tate’s is also providing all Gourmande in the Kitchen readers with 15% off tatesbakeshop.com with the code BLOGGER. The code is good through December 31st.



The winner is Jennifer D. Harris.  Congratulations Jennifer, enjoy your cookies and brownies!



Required Entry: For a chance to win leave a comment here, whatever you’d like.  For example, tell me what your favorite cookie is, or what your favorite Tate’s Bakeshop cookie is?

The required entry must be done otherwise any extra entries will not count.



Extra Entries:

1.  Follow @gourmandeinthek on Twitter.*

2.  Tweet the following : Enter to #win a @TatesBakeShop Basket and Cookbook via @gourmandeinthek http://su.pr/1WqoeJ #giveaway #cookies

3.  “Like” Gourmande in the Kitchen on Facebook.*

4.  Follow @TatesBakeShop on Twitter.

5.  “Like” Tate’s Bake Shop on Facebook.

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Giveaway starts on 12/19/2011 and will run until 12/26/2011 at 11:59 pm PST.

I’m linking this giveaway up to:  Contest Girl and The Blog Giveaway Directory

Official Rules:

Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.

To enter leave a comment.

One winner with a valid entry will be selected at random. I will email the winner and they will have up to 3 days to claim their prize or another winner will be selected. 

One winner will be selected at random to receive a Tate’s Bake Shop’s Gluten-Free Basket (ARV $38) and a Tate’s Bakeshop Cookbook (ARV $25.99)

The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning.

Sponsors are as follows: Tate’s Bake Shop, Online Store • phone 631-780-6511


Disclaimer:  I was provided with a sample for the purpose of doing a review and giveaway.  All opinions are my own.


  1. Kate says

    Although I’ve yet to try this brand, I am always on the look out for gluten-free products to bake for my friends. I typically make cupcakes, but would love to expand the menu !

  2. Sonyanijntje says

    My favourite cookie! Home-made ones ofcourse! My favourite cookies are actually treacle waffles. I tried to make those once. You actually need a waffle-iron, but I don’t have one. So I used my frying pan. They turned out quite okay actually 🙂 And they tasted great !!

  3. Danielle says

    My cousin just found out a couple of months ago that she has celiac disease. She would love this!

  4. Elizabeth Jenkins says

    Tate’s gluten free…what a wonderful surprise this would be for a lovely lady I work with!

  5. allison tong says

    Tatae’s Butterscotch Pecan cookies are to die for!!! I have to hide from everyone (especially the animals) when I sneak one

  6. Debbie says

    I love Tate’s chocolate chip cookies! Just looking at your beautiful photos makes me want one 🙂

  7. Cara says

    I have never had the opportunity to try Tate’s cookies, but I have been looking forward to the gluten free chocolate chip! 🙂

  8. says

    What fantastic effort on Tate’s side to create these gluten-free cookies and brownies. It seems that a lot of people suffer from celiac disease, and it is always appreciated to take special dietary needs into consideration. Just because some can’t consume wheat doesn’t mean they have to miss out on the good stuff. Thank you for letting us know about this fabulous gift idea, gluten-free cookies and brownies basket 🙂
    The photos are gorgeous as ever!

  9. Amanda says

    You guys make THE BEST gluten free chocolate chip cookies I have ever tasted. Even my non-GF families members love them!!! Do you sell your products in Atlanta GA?

  10. Erin from Long Island says

    cookies are my weakness! I can leave cake or pie but never good, homemade cookies. As long as they are made with love, they are my favorite =)