Tiff’s Treats will start delivering dessert to Lewisville Texans by the end of this week, and the bakery wants to use its opening to raise funds for the Cook Children’s Health Foundation.

“Cookies can bring such a smile to someone’s face,” said Leon Chen,  co-founder of Tiff’s Treats.  “It is our honor to couple that with being able to help children and families in need. There is nothing more important to Tiff and me than the good health and happiness of our kids, and we wish the same for all of our friends and neighbors.”

Tiff’s Treats will open its Lewisville location from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 755 E State Hwy 121 B-150 on Sept. 23.  Cookie sales will benefit Cook Children’s, whose mission it is to improve the health of area children by preventing and treating illness, disease and injury.

Guests can also bring a new teddy bear to the event to donate to Cook’s PrayerBear program and receive a $5 gift card to Tiff’s Treats.

The first 40 in line at the opening by 9 a.m. will get a $100 gift card. Tiff’s Treats gift cards of $10 will be given to the rest of attendees who are in line by 9 a.m.

For more information on the grand opening and prizes, which includes the “Southville Challenge,” visit the event page here.

Tiff’s Treats reports being the first bakery to deliver warm cookies and cool milk to homes and offices alike.


  1. Does this place REALLY exist? Got a bear, headed over, and never could find Tiff’s, even when using the Garmin. Gave up after 55-minute search.

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