What You'll Get
- $20 toward gooey, fresh-baked cookies and more from Tiff’s Treats Austin
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- Choose from 10 cookie varieties
- Quality ingredients and time-tested baking techniques
- Brownies, ice cream, cheesecake, and cold milk also available
- Good for pick-up or delivery
- Fast, friendly service
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- Three store locations
Yelpers give the Central location a near-perfect 4.5-star average: > * The cookies are beyond belief good While the chocolate chip are awesome, the sugar cookies just deliver a goodness that’s hard to be topped even by homemade! – Wes O. > * Best brownie I’ve ever had- rich, moist, and delicious! The top was kind of crunchy, while the middle was gooey. – Devika S. > * Cookies. So delicious. In my mouth. – Christine L.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. May use over multiple visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tiff's Treats
It was a fateful night in January 1999 when the bellies of college sophomores Leon and Tiffany started to rumble. The two UT Austin students convened at Leon's apartment, where they whipped up a batch of chocolate-chip cookies in his oven. As they chewed on the warm, gooey fruits of their labor, the pair was struck by the idea to sell these freshly baked cookies to their fellow students. They began delivering treats to their peers during evening study breaks before expanding their customer base to include parents and Austin residents, all the while renting the back kitchen of a local restaurant to accommodate the growing demand.
Fifteen years later, the indulgent lure of Tiff's Treats has helped Leon and Tiffany open 13 locations throughout Austin, Dallas, and Houston. Within these bakeries, kitchen crews sculpt fresh dough into 10 types of cookies, supplementing the gooey morsels with decadent brownies and signature Tiffwiches—vanilla Blue Bell ice cream sandwiched between two warm cookies. Bakers hand-deliver batches every day, pulling them fresh from the oven instead of the overheated engine block of the delivery car.