Crumbl Cookies’s large, imaginative, gorgeous, and delicious fresh-baked cookies have created a sensation in the food industry. Some communities may have as many Crumbl locations as Chipotle or Dunkin. Crumbl’s popularity has skyrocketed because to social media, where fans share reviews, images, and songs on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok. Crumbl has 200 flavours and counting.
Crumbl: The weekly menu features four or five cookie flavours, some returning and others new. Check Crumbl’s website on Sunday evening to see the week’s menu. This list won’t rank the iconic Chilled Pink Sugar cookie and Milk Chocolate Chip cookie because they’re available every week. If you’ve had either, you know they’re constants for a reason.
Every cookie is great, either warm or chilled, and always looks stunning, whether it’s a simple Iced Oatmeal or a Lucky Charms-inspired masterpiece. Here’s a long, detailed deep-dive into 10 Crumbl cookie flavours. Every Monday, you can pick up your now-famous pink box at your very discount from Crumbl Promo Code.
These are the top 10 Crumbl cookies, ranked..
Have you ever had a Disneyworld or Disneyland Dole Whip®? If so, you’ve A. visited the happiest spot-on planet and B. eaten one of the happiest delicacies on earth. Tart, sweet, colourful, tropical: a summer’s dream. Crumbl’s Dole Whip cookie lets you enjoy the flavour without visiting a Disney attraction.
Dole Whip is the bright frosting on a pineapple-dappled cookie. Oh, and whipped cream sun-kiss. A taste of the fluffy cookie base and chilled, mystical topping is better than the Haunted Mansion.
Customers enjoyed it so much that Crumbl included it in its best-of-2021 cookie selection. It should return in the new year, pronto…
This cookie tastes like a baked cookie, raw cookie dough, and cookie dough ice cream. It’s Crumbl Cookie Dough perfection. Let’s simplify. This inventive cookie successfully captures the flavours it’s going for. Start with a chilled chewy brown sugar cookie that tastes like an underbaked (in the best way) handmade chocolate chip cookie.
Ice cream-inspired cookie dough buttercream is the show-stopper. Indeed. No cookie is complete without a topping, so savour those cookie dough portions. What could be better? Grab this hybrid when it returns. What would be ridiculously good? Two with cookie dough ice cream. Best ice cream sandwich ever! Cookie Dough ranks ninth in our top 30 Crumbl cookie creations…
Crumbl’s ever-changing lineups have included many inventive confections. Cotton Candy, Blueberry Muffin, Peach Cobbler, Aggie Blue Mint…corporate works hard to create the next surprise flavour mix (or thought of). Sometimes you want something other than fruity, festive, or floral.
Sometimes all you want is chocolate. And only chocolate will do. Crumbl wanted to squeeze all the flavour of a sumptuous, fudgy chocolate cake into a cookie. Crumbl got it, folks. Cookie? Yes. Cake? Somewhat. Chocolate? Yes. Perfect? Absolutely.
This cookie is Orange Milkshake-flavored. This cooled sugar cookie is loaded with orange bits. The orange buttercream topping is zesty and vibrant. The finest part is the orange slice atop the milkshake mountain.
Orange often gets overlooked when it comes to citrus desserts: Key lime pie became a Crumbl cookie, and lemons are everywhere (Crumbl has made quite a few lemony products such See Lemon Glaze, Lemon Poppy Seed, Lemon Bar, and Lemon Chiffon). It’s elusive.
This Crumbl cookie should get everyone baking orange bars, meringue pie, and crinkle cookies and presenting them with a whipped-cream-topped orange milkshake. Don’t milkshakes refresh? Make them orange to freshen a rich dessert.
A fan-favorite mixes chocolate with peanut butter, two of the tastiest foods ever. A rich, deep chocolate cookie is topped with peanut butter that tastes like the inside of a Reese’s peanut butter cup. Two extra chocolate components make it incredibly decadent.
The cookie has semisweet chocolate chips and a chocolate-syrup-like sauce. Yes, a warm cookie and cold milk are required. This is the ultimate chocolate-peanut butter cookie. Crumbl excelled. Imagine trick-or-treating with these instead of candy bars.
Hawaiian Rainbow Cake
One of the best Crumbl biscuit creations, especially if you enjoy coconut. Hawaiian Rainbow Cake is No. 5 on our list.
The sugary, buttery, vanilla-flavored cookie base is soft and cakey. The best pie ever. It’s a cake-batter-inspired cookie, so it’s the best of both worlds. Frosting steals the show. It’s a silky, delicious stroke of rainbow-colored coconut cream cheese frosting.
This colourful, cheerful tropical beauty hits the perfect mix between its ingredients; it’s gently beachy but never forcefully coconutty in a sunscreen-like sense. This coconut is flavoured and performed perfectly. Soak up Hawaiian Rainbow Cake while you can.
Birthday Cake featuring Oreo
This seems too lavish, ingenious, and dreamy, right? A deep, Oreo-infused base elevates Milk’s Favorite Cookie. This giant would shock Milk.
Birthday Cake with Oreos is superior than little store-bought treats. The final output is a few hundred squished together into a gigantic biscuit. The monster cookie is coated with a cake-batter-flavored, cream-cheese-boosted frosting.
So… this frosting? The fragrance of cake batter helps achieve the iconic Oreo cream filling flavour. Before eating a whole Oreo, try one of the cake-pops. Celebrate with sprinkles. Crumbl gave the nicest gift for Oreo’s 110th birthday.
Popcorn jelly beans? They’re odd. Some food mashups fail. If prior popcorn-inspired sweets left you with fake butter residue and kernel-flossed teeth, call it off.
This Caramel Popcorn Crumbl is a trend-bucker. The foundation cookie is flavourless but tasty. It’s more rich and subtle than a basic sugar cookie. Even after a few hours, it’s still golden and warm.
Caramel Popcorn is chewy and won’t stick in your teeth. When you try to fit the base, a towering wall of frosting, a true caramel puddle, and the cluster of sticky caramel corn all at once, it’s a hefty bite.
First bite is a commitment, but second bite is easy. You’ll want to put that thick, silky caramel icing on every treat you eat.
Peanut Butter featuring Snickers
This has everything! Two of the best Halloween candy thieves (or grocery store candy thieves) establish a truce to stop competing and start working together. Although no Reese’s are present, this cookie base tastes like them. It’s perfectly peanut buttery, not too dense or dry, chewy or gooey, cakey or sweet.
This No. 2 Crumbl cookie defies tradition by using Snickers instead of chocolate chips or raisins. Every Snickers comprises layers of nuts, caramel, and milk chocolate, so the candy bits add richness.
If there’s a fork-made cross-hatch pattern on top, no one would know because the whole cookie is covered in caramel-focused frosting. The caramel-flavored buttercream is delicious yet pairs well with the cookie base. Crumbled Snickers bars are sprinkled over top in case you’re hungry.
The finest Crumbl cookie is a play on another cookie boosted by another dish. Basically: Try this elaborate Snickerdoodle recipe if you think they’re too simple. First, a basic snickerdoodle base. It’s not tasteless, flat, crunchy, or chewy. The greatest snickerdoodle is a thick, delicious cinnamon-infused round. Next is icing, which a typical snickerdoodle wishes it had.
A classic snickerdoodle needs a silky, creamy cream cheese swirl coated with cinnamon sugar. The cakey cookie foundation and fluffy frosting make it resemble a cupcake that stretched laterally during baking.
Warm handmade cinnamon buns with cream cheese frosting drips will never go out of style. This is the perfect Crumbl cookie mashup… for now. “Snickerdoodle was my first and favourite cookie,” says one reviewer. Sticking with your first love says a lot after you’ve tried other wonderful possibilities.