Tiff's Treats Dallas
It's 1999 and college students Leon and Tiffany bustle about in Leon’s apartment kitchen as the aroma of baking sugar and butter wafts from the oven. The cookies currently baking are some of a handful of orders made by fellow students, which the two founders of the newly devised Tiff's Treats will soon deliver to tide their colleagues over during long study sessions. This simple idea—baking and delivering scratch-made cookies to order—caught on quickly. Soon, Leon and Tiffany moved to a larger kitchen in the back of a local restaurant, then to a number of stand-alone locations throughout Texas.
Today, patrons can still order cookies to be delivered—and the freshly made dough is still thrown in the oven the minute an order is placed—but the menu has expanded delightfully. The cookie flavors now run the gamut from the classic chocolate chip to snickerdoodle, peanut butter, and oatmeal raisin, while gooey, fudgy brownie squares pair with pints of Blue Bell ice cream in one of the most classic combinations since peanut butter and jelly sold out for a record deal. Guests opting to walk-in instead of order out can also indulge in a signature Tiffwich, which fits a scoop of vanilla ice cream between two warm chocolate chip cookies.