Tate's Bake Shop Has 2 New Cookies Coming to Stores

Today's grocery store has a lot of cookies—Oreos, Fudge Stripes, Chips Ahoy—but Tate's Bake Shop cookies are thin, crisp, and excellent.

Southampton, NY's Tate's bakery was owned by its founder, Kathleen King, until six years ago. Sold to Mondelez in 2018.

The bake shop still sells a variety of baked products, but the now-famous thin and crunchy green cookies are ubiquitous in grocery stores.

Look for these new varieties among Tate's Bake Shop's Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin, and Lemon at the store.

The new Tate's Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip is perfect for salted caramel lovers. If you recall seeing these cookies in stores, you may have.

Tate's is adding them to its permanent lineup after a limited-edition release last year. Chocolate chips, caramel, and salt make these cookies satisfyingly salty-sweet.

In addition to its chewy middle, Snickerdoodles are also fantastic as crispy cookies.

Naturally, Tate's bakes its buttery, cinnamony, and sweet goodies that way. This cookie will come in original and Tiny Tate sizes.