TIGARD, Ore. -- Welcome to the worldwide headquarters of Scratch & Grain, the latest startup to get the attention of the sharks.
Taya Geiger and Leah Tutin will be featured on ABC's Tuesday night episode of Shark Tank. They are neighbors turned business partners. Leah came up with the idea of an easy-to-use baking kit back in 2012 after her kids wanted to make some cookies at home.
"I pulled up the recipe. I bought all the ingredients. It cost me $40. I spent three hours baking and cleaning and had crappy cookies," Tutin said.
So she did some thinking and decided it could be much easier with a kit. They measure and package all the ingredients. You just add butter, an egg, a little elbow grease and throw them in the oven.
Taya and Leah can't say if they got a deal, you'll have to watch to find out. But they've already sold 30,000 boxes, setting a great example for their youngest workers along the way.
"Our children are a part of our business. It's really cool to bring them in here, for them to grow up seeing what it's like to have a business," Geiger said.