Do you love Crumbl cookies but want to make them at home? Check out this Crumbl Cookie Recipe Copycats that you don't want to miss!
Have you tried Crumbl cookies yet? This nationwide chain with a weekly rotating menu of delectable cookies has humble beginnings but has quickly become one of the trendiest spots for desserts. Their award-winning warm milk chocolate chip cookie is always on the menu, and chilled pink sugar cookie is a semi-permanent menu item. Over the years, through lots of trial and error, they continued to improve their signature cookie dough recipe until they reached perfection. Check them out on Instagram to see all of their tasty cookies.
So far, I've counted over 140 flavors they've featured over the years. You may be wondering how there could possibly be that many varieties in cookie recipes. Well, between the dough base, mix-ins, toppings, frostings, and temperature, you really can make hundreds of combinations. Whether buttery, chocolatey, cinnamon or even minty, you can't go wrong. Out of all the flavors, these are the Crumbl flavors that are highest-rated by customers and cookie fans all around the country:
If you don't live near a Crumbl cookie location, you may be interested in trying a copycat recipe at home! Here are some copycat recipes for their two menu staples, along with one of our favorite rotating flavors!
These huge, soft cookies are filled with milk chocolate chips, and they're oh-so-good!
If you can't make it to Crumbl, make your own copycat at home with this delicious recipe!
Crumbl Cookies n' Cream Copycat
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. Add butter, shortening, and granulated sugar and mix for 2 minutes. Add eggs and vanilla and mix.
Add flour, cornstarch, salt, baking powder, and mix until just combined. Add crushed Oreos and mix (the dough should be very soft).
Using a large cookie scoop, scoop out about 1/2 cup of dough per cookie, with 6 total on a lined baking sheet. Before putting in the oven, flatten each dough ball slightly.
Bake at 325 degrees F for 12-15 minutes. Cookies should look barely set. Transfer the cookies automatically to the fridge and let them cool completely.
Cookies n' Cream Frosting
Mix the butter for 2 minutes, then add the confectioner's sugar and vanilla and mix again. While it is mixing, slowly add the milk until it's smooth.
When the cookies are completely cooled, frost each cookie and put them back in the fridge. Keep the cookies in the fridge until right before serving so they're nice and cool!! Enjoy!
This is their other famous flavor, available for part of the year. The sweet almond icing is divine!
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