A unique food truck concept is coming soon to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Chip’D will offer homemade cookies that are made-to-order. “So, they’ll come out hot and fresh,” said Kaity Draper, owner of Chip’D.
Two flavors of the mini cookies will be offered—chocolate chip and sugar. “You can have your cookies naked. They’ll come in little nacho boats a dozen cookies at a time, or you can have them nacho style,” Draper said.
A variety of toppings can be added including fresh fruit during spring and summer months, candies, chopped cookies, and more. Flavorful sauces such as cinnamon-sugar, buttercream frosting, chocolate ganache, caramel, and whipped cream will also be offered.
“It really gives people the option to make their dessert their own,” Draper told What Now Dallas. “I’ve always made it a point that my cookies are always soft like a cookie should be. They are soft. They’re ooey. They’re gooey.”
The Chip’D food truck will set up in various communities to share the flavorful cookies. This is Draper’s first food truck, and she plans to offer Chip’D cookies across Parker County, Tarrant County, and possibly the Dallas area for special events.
Draper said she plans to serve at private, corporate, and community events such as birthday parties, weddings, fundraisers, and more. Draper hopes to start sharing her tasty treats from the new food truck by the end of October.