Here are 33 Crumbl cookie copycat recipe ideas you can bake at home. Enjoy the heavenly taste of these famous cookies in your own kitchen!
Crumbl has been causing a nationwide cookie frenzy for the past few years.
People are absolutely crazy about these extra-large gourmet cookies.
If you haven’t tried them, you may wonder what is so great about Crumbl?
Well, I’m here to answer that and more!
Keep reading for all the details, plus get some of the best copycat Crumbl recipes from some amazing food bloggers.
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What Are Crumbl Cookies?
Crumbl recently opened a bakery about 10 minutes from our home. It’s a double-edged sword to say the least.
To make it even more dangerous; my daughter works right next to it. Yikes!
Neither of us had ever tried them, but we certainly had heard all the hype, so we were intrigued.
If you are not familiar with Crumbl, they are the nation’s fastest-growing gourmet cookie delivery and takeout company.
The company was started by two cousins from Logan, UT in 2017. There are now 918 locations across the United States!
You can also order cookies online at crumblcookies.com.
Though I have heard that the online cookies are not as good as the in-store cookies.
Why Is Crumbl So Popular?
There are several reasons why Crumbl has blown up so quickly.
Here are a few of the top reasons:
- Social Media – they built a massive audience on social media, with over 7 million followers on TikTok alone.
- Weekly Rotating Menu
Crumbl releases a weekly rotating menu of unique and decadent cookie flavors, so you never know what cookies will be released next.
You also never know if your favorite flavor will ever come around again.
While some flavors are repeated, it’s not a guarantee, which creates a sense of excitement and novelty for customers.
They have an incredible app that is extremely user-friendly.
You earn rewards for rating the cookies you taste and the purchases you make.
Every Sunday night they release the flavors that will be available through Saturday.
It’s seriously great marketing.
Did I mention the packaging? The cookies are served in a pretty pink box that is perfect for “the gram”.
They are baked to order with frosting neatly piped onto the cookies if the flavor calls for it.
The cookies look homemade, yet gourmet.
The 4 pack box is the most popular choice at a cost of $14.93 in New Hampshire at the time of this writing.
If you purchase a single it is $4.58. They are not cheap, which is one of the reasons why I’m so excited to share these Crumbl cookie copycat recipe ideas.
Is Crumbl Worth The Hype?
The short answer is yes. If you are a fan of rich, sugary bites of goodness, you will probably enjoy Crumbl.
However, even though my daughter and I both love sweets, we have found some flavors to be too sweet.
One cookie serves 4 people with a calorie count of 270 per serving.
They are also not light in calories or sugar. That is another reason why I am happy to share the copycat Crumbl recipes.
You can control what ingredients you are using and create a lighter copycat recipe.
But, if you are looking for a special treat to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or just a bit of weekend indulging, Crumbl is for you!
With irresistible flavors like German chocolate cake, Dulce de Leche, buckeye brownie, strawberry cheesecake, snickerdoodle cupcake and so many more, you are sure to find a flavor you will love.
Just keep in mind that any of the cookies with frosting are extremely sugary-sweet.
We found the chocolate based cookies to be less sugary, almost like a cake-like brownie and very good.
Here is the line-up for the week of 10/23-10/28/23:
- Pumpkin Brownie
- Strawberry Cheesecake
- Buttermilk Pancake
- Carrot Cake
- Honey Bun
- Milk Chocolate Chip (available weekly)
Now that we’ve talked about why Crumbl is so popular, let’s get to these Crumbl copycats so you can make your own gourmet cookies without ever having to leave your own home.
Tips for Baking Crumble Cookie Copycat Recipes
To make the perfect copycat crumble cookie, here are a few simple tips:
- Let ingredients cool to room temperature before making dough or frosting
- These cookies are large and expand while baking. I recommend no more than 6 cookies on a tray.
- Be careful not to overbake. A minute or two makes a big difference.
- Store cookies in an air tight container for up to 3-5 days. (if they last that long)!
Common Ingredients for Copycat Crumbl Cookies
- All-purpose Flour
- Baking Powder
- Baking Soda
- White Sugar
- Powdered Sugar
- Peanut Butter
- Almond Extract
- Vanilla Extract
- Milk Chocolate Chips
- Peanut Butter
- Cream Cheese Frosting
- Stand Mixer– I love my Kitchen Aid and have had the same one for over 20 years. While it is an investment, it will last many years and makes baking so much easier!
- Cooling Rack
- Scraper (scrape the sides of the bowl)
- Silicone Baking Mats – I started using silicone mats several years ago and will not use anything else for cookies. They work great!
- Baking Pans – this is a best-selling set at the lowest price ever seen at the time of this writing.
Don’t forget about the cost savings of baking the cookies at home rather than buying them.
With a price tag of just under $4 a piece, you can easily make several for the cost of one. Enjoy!
Didn’t I tell you these copycat Crumbl recipes looked incredible? Which recipe are you trying first?
My family loves all things peanut butter so I’ve definitely added a few of those to my must-try list.
Please let me know if you give any of these a try.
It totally makes my day!
Thanks for stopping by. Happy baking!
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