A few months back, I was the (very) happy recipient of a small cardboard box from Tiff’s Treats. The box was warm to the touch, and it smelled great – what the heck could it be?
Warm, freshly baked cookies. Cookies of various flavors. Something to please everyone in my home, and that is no small feat. In my humble opinion, there are few things that evoke “home” faster than the scent of warm baked goods.
After our fourth child was born in April, my wife and I were pleased to receive another good-sized box of cookies from Tiff’s Treats, along with some ice-cold milk!
How do they do it? I’m not sure, but it certainly involves being more organized than I am. 🙂
Tiff’s has two locations in Austin, one central (on Nueces) and one north (on Research Blvd). I didn’t realize this until I started researching them this week, but they also serve the Dallas area, with one central location on Ross Avenue. They were originally founded in 1999 by two University of Texas students, who ran the business while they were in school, then later expanded it to a full-time operation.
Tiff’s Treats offers options galore with your cookie delivery. One nice touch is the “Deliver to Me” feature, just in case you want to indulge. Options include the aforementioned cold milk and/or Blue Bell ice cream (“The Best Ice Cream in the Country”).
Here are the flavors currently offered at Tiff’s:
- Chocolate chip
- White chocolate chip & almond
- Butterscotch chip
- Peanut butter
- Oatmeal raisin
- Oatmeal chocolate chip
- Peanut butter chocolate chip
I think writing this post for Tiff’s Treats might have been a bad idea, since I haven’t yet had dinner. It’s a lot like going to the grocery store hungry, which is generally inadvisable. I might need to call Tiff’s today myself!
So, if you’re looking to provide a fun treat for a friend, client, or yourself, I can wholeheartedly recommend calling Tiff’s. You can also order online – so easy!
Their website is super-easy to remember: http://cookiedelivery.com. Call or click today!