"We think this could evolve," Parker said.
For instance, she's learning to operate an espresso machine and Grubbs plans to bake biscotti, those crunchy almond biscuits first popularized in Italy.
While the shop sells soups, bagels and cheesecake, those particular items are not yet prepared on the premises, but Parker said that could change soon.
"We're still growing, but we're still serving ice cream, milk shakes and floats too," she said.
Sweet Treats prices are pretty sweet too. Cookies cost 85 cents, muffins are 95 cents and coffee ranges from 65 cents for a flavor shot to $1.85 a cup. Cinnamon buns cost $1.50, a slice of pie is $2.25 and a slice of lava chocolate cake tops the menu at $3.79.
Customers who stop by soon will receive a 50-cent coupon for future Sweet Treats purchases. For information, call 453-9545.