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Tate's Bake Shop Cookies: Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies {product review}

In honor of National Cookie Month, when I was offered the opportunity to try one of Tate's Bake Shop's newest cookies, Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip, I eagerly accepted.  These cookies actually took GOLD in the Cookie category of the 2011 sofi™ Awards, presented at the Fancy Food Show in Washington DC.  Plus, some of you may remember my review of Tate's Bake Shop Cookbook and cookies last year.  All of the varieties were super tasty.
The Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip variety were exactly as I expected them to be.  Thin.  Crisp.  Fantastically buttery.  That's the thing about Tate's Bake Shop cookies.  The butter.  You can taste it in every single bite.  

Win 3 bags of Tate's Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Cookies and a signed copy of the Tate's Bake Shop Cookbook by Kathleen King!

How to enter (open to U.S. residents only):  Simply leave a comment on this post letting me if you've tried Tate's Bake Shop cookies before...and if so, what is your favorite variety?  If you haven't, then just let me know what your favorite type of cookie is.

Submissions are due by Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 11:59 pm (Eastern).  Winner will be picked by random draw.  Good Luck!

To find out more about Tate's Bake Shop and its delicious offerings, check out their website, visit them on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter.

*Update 10/26/11:  Winner by random draw is... Donna! Congrats, I've sent you an email and am awaiting your reply =)

+ anyone can receive 15% off your entire order online during the month of October by using the code COOKIE at checkout.
*I received a 4 pack of Tate's Bake Shop's Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies to sample before writing this post.  This is no way affected my opinions stated here; they are 100% my own.