Thursday, July 19, 2012
Dessert review: Tiff’s Treats
Warm cookies delivered to your door are too good to resist.
I finally gave in to the peer pressure to review Tiff’s Treats. I have been hesitant since they have grown so fast and are a fairly large chain now. Tiff’s doesn’t need my help to drum up business.
Tiff’s has been a long-standing favorite of mine. Being that one of their first DFW locations is within walking distance of my office building in Addison, they quickly became the go to after-lunch indulgence. Yes, I put a stop to that real quick when I was having trouble fitting into my favorite dress without looking six months pregnant.
Even though I lay off Tiff’s on a daily basis, you can still find many a warm cookie delivery on my desk sent by my husband if he knows I am having a particularly rough day. What I love about Tiff’s is you can decide at the last minute that if you don’t have cookies right that moment, you’re going to stab someone, and they will get a delivery to you before you’ve had time to sharpen the steak knife.
I don’t know what it is about a warm cookie, but I seem to have blinders on as I am reaching my hand in the box, and before I know it they are gone. It is as if I have blacked out, have no recollection of what I have done and am covered in cookie crumbs. Now, where did I put that steak knife?
Don’t ask me to pick a favorite, because it won’t happen. When I stop by the store, I am sure to pick out one of each. (Come on, they aren’t even a dollar!) When I have them delivered -- you can do half a dozen of one kind -- I usually go for butterscotch chip, peanut butter, and snickerdoodle.
You can walk in to any Tiff’s Treats and pick a handful of cookies from their case to indulge in -- they won’t be warm -- for just a few dollars. Take that, mall cookie stands. Or, you can stay in the safe confines of your home in your pizza-stained pajamas and have warm cookies, milk, brownies, and even ice cream delivered to your door. That decision just made itself, didn’t it?
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