Tiny Tate's Itsy Bitsy Crispy Cookies Chocolate Chip
Taste test: These chocolate chip cookies were indeed small as promised, quite thin and measuring about an inch in diameter (though really I feel strange measuring in terms of diameter, as most of them varied quite a bit from being round). There were about a dozen of them in the bag, but they were so small that they didn't come close to filling up a major fraction of the small bag.
They had a crumbly feel and a pretty good taste, but the chocolate chips were small, so the chocolate kick was mild. Not bad at all, but I've eaten some of Tate's regular cookies, and I was more impressed by those, as the tiny size, thin dough and tiny chocolate chips kind of toned down how good these cookies could be.
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Smell test: Good chocolate chip cookie smell.
From the package: “What makes Tiny Tate's so deeply delicious? It's something we call 'The Bake Shop way.' Inspired by our founder Kathleen King's love of baking and dedication to quality, her principles still guide every crisp, buttery cookie we bake — no matter how small.”
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Company: Tate's Bake Shop
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Dollar Tree. Review published .
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