Tiff’s Treats is the original warm cookie delivery company. This sweet business makes classic, baked-to-order cookies and brownies straight from the oven, and they’ve been doing it since 1999. Tiff’s Treats offers additions such as milk, ice cream and special occasion packaging to compliment that special moment. Tiffany and her husband, Leon, pioneered this new “baked-to-order” warm cookie delivery concept from a crammed college apartment at the University of Texas in Austin. They started with $20, and a cell phone (no smart phone, no Google Maps). Today Tiff’s Treats has multiple retail locations.
The company announced in the summer that they would officially open in The Pearl in Tampa Heights. “We will open our very first Florida store in Tampa at Tampa Heights at the Pearl,” the origination wrote in an announcement on Facebook. Tiff’s Treats is now officially open and these soft baked delicacies are calling our name.
A grand opening celebration is set for January 21. The event will feature specials such as $2 dozens, giveaways, music, prizes, and more. ALL ticket sales for the event will be donated to Glazer Children’s Museum. You can reserve a spot, and purchase a ticket online. The first 100 people in line (18 years and older) will receive a $50 Tiff’s Treats gift card.
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Tiff’s serves up 12 different kinds of warm cookies, in addition to a monthly featured flavor. It’s hard to beat the classic gooey, melty, chocolate chip cookie. Other offerings include white chocolate chip with almonds, sugar cookies with M&Ms, snickerdoodle, oatmeal raisin, and double chocolate chip.
An opening timeline is still TBA. You can keep up with new store announcements by following Tiff’s on Facebook. Cookie truffles, frozen trees, cookie ice cream sandwiches, frosting cups to decorate your desserts with, and cookie platters are also available on the menu.
The Pearl is located at 2110 N Ola Ave in Tampa Heights. For those looking for more fun news in Tampa Heights, make sure to visit the massive new Sprouts Market in the neighborhood.
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