Tiff’s Treats Offers New Take-and-Bake Kits to Let Cookie Fans Bake its Popular Cookies at Home

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Take-and-Bake kits to be available in-store and hand-delivered anywhere Tiff’s Treats delivers

A half-open white box reveals balls of Tiff's Treats' chocolate chip cookie dough, with red flowers in a vase and a holiday-themed pot holder in the background.

Tiff's Treats offers new Take-and-Bake kits to let cookie fans bake its popular cookies at home

“Customers have been asking us to sell our cookie dough for 20 years, and we’re really excited to now offer them the chance to bake and enjoy our cookies at home any time,” said Tiffany Chen, Tiff’s Treats co-founder.

Tiff’s Treats, the Austin, Texas-based original warm cookie delivery company, has announced a mouthwatering new product for the holiday season: a first-of-its-kind Take-and-Bake cookie kit featuring Tiff’s Treats’ classic chocolate chip cookie dough balls, ready to bake at home whenever the craving strikes.

The Take-and-Bake cookie kits are now available for pre-order on the company’s website, to be hand-delivered to homes or businesses anywhere Tiff’s Treats currently delivers or picked up in its stores November 25 – December 24 while supply lasts. Packed with two dozen cookie dough balls in a premium designer box and priced at $35, the Tiff’s Treats Take-and-Bake kit stands out from the standard holiday snacks that accumulate around the office or kitchen this time of year. Orders should be placed as soon as possible, as Tiff’s Treats is mixing a limited supply of this holiday treat.

“Customers have been asking us to sell our cookie dough for 20 years, and we’re really excited to now offer them the chance to bake and enjoy our cookies at home any time,” said Tiffany Chen, Tiff’s Treats co-founder. “We think the winter holidays are the perfect setting to debut this limited time offering. From family baking to a memorable gift for co-workers or teachers, the Take-and-Bake kit is a fun way to enjoy our cookies fresh and warm even when our stores are closed,” said Chen.

Tiff’s Treats is projected to sell more than 500,000 dozen cookies this holiday season, with December being the company’s busiest month of the year, thanks to the popularity of its cookies as holiday gifts. The Take-and-Bake cookie kit provides a unique new gift experience to help meet holiday demand, and a way to enjoy warm, fresh Tiff’s Treats cookies on Thanksgiving and Christmas day when the company’s stores are closed.

Last month, Tiff’s Treats announced the addition of another new treat to its regular menu—the Tiff’s Trio, featuring three decadent brownies: a traditional chocolate brownie, a salted caramel blondie and a peanut butter chocolate bar brownie. The Tiff’s Trio, available for $12, makes an excellent stand-alone gift or sweet addition to a Take-and-Bake cookie kit.

About Tiff’s Treats
Tiff’s Treats created the warm cookie delivery concept. Tiff’s Treats makes classic, baked-to-order cookies and brownies and delivers them straight from the oven to the home or office, WARM, in about an hour. Orders can be placed on demand or scheduled for a later date or time. Customers can order seamlessly via phone, online or the Tiff’s Treats app, all supported by industry-leading technology and customer service, and can now enjoy free delivery on their orders by joining the newly unveiled Tiff’s Treats Elites membership program. Founded in 1999, what started as two friends baking cookies at The University of Texas at Austin to help fellow students get through exams has grown to 54 stores in Texas, Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina with more than 1,000 employees, baking more than 100 million cookies since its inception. And the company is consistently focused on giving back: with grand opening fundraisers that fill needs for charities (and hungry bellies for Tiff's Treats fans!), Tiff’s Treats has donated more than $200,000 to worthy causes. To learn more, please visit https://www.cookiedelivery.com.

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