How the cookies Crumbl
Stirred up reviews get caught in the mix with recent cookie craze
February 28, 2023
For Crumbl cookies
New five-star cookies every week.
From cosmic brownies to corn bread, Crumbl Cookie creates any food imaginable into a cookie.
The rich texture and flavor of each cookie can be loved by all. Each weekly favor can vary from a nice fruity berry crunch to a very chocolatey double fudge brownie.
The curiosity of which cookie is created next evokes the thrilling experience of Crumbl.
Crumbl started with bringing people together, in small town Logan, Utah. Two cousins started Crumbl on a dream to become something bigger. They took hours and dollars to create the perfect cookie while gathering customer feedback and conducting taste tests.
Once Crumbl got its final product out, it finally started doing the new weekly flavors ,which shot the company over the nation, where they now have more than 600 bakeries in 47 states.
The bakery is always very hospitable, and the Crumbl team provides good service.
Going to Crumbl has become a tradition in my family. Every week we check the new cookies to see if the trip is worth our while. My family, friends and I admire how we get to enjoy the luxury cookies together along with laughing about how crazy some flavors are.
I personally like the chocolate cookies the best. My favorites so far have been Andes Mint and Brownie Batter.
Both boast a rich chocolate taste and a delicious gooey texture, with the Andes Mint icing having the perfect amount of sweet and mint.
Since we go so often, we are a part of the loyalty program. The feeling of relief when we finally reach 100 points and get $10 dollars off our next purchase is more than refreshing.
Reasons such as these are why I love Crumbl and will continue to be a loyal customer
Against Crumbl cookies
Crumbl Cookie is overrated.
The way this place is talked about, you would think they cured cancer or made the most heavenly cookies known to man.
But it’s a lie.
The cookies are bland and too dense. The amount of icing on some of them should be illegal.
It wouldn’t be as bad if they were at least trying to be creative, but the majority of their flavors are just reinvented versions of the same cookie. Their “flavors of the week” are no different from each other than Oreos are to “double-stuffed” Oreos.
Other bakeries offer more selection and better product that’s probably cheaper, but for some reason, people gravitate toward the dough balls they like to call “cookies.”
People could buy from a small bakery, support small businesses and get something that is actually worth the money, instead of going to this franchise selling flavorless calories.
The company was started by, as they like to call themselves, “Two crazy cousins”, Jason McGowan and Sawyer Helmsley. The history of it is really sweet, no pun intended, I really love the fact that they’re family and wanted to build this together.
When they try to make new flavors, they really go all out, from maple bacon to cornbread. They have experimented with some pretty unique ingredients.
Despite the genuine story of Crumbl Cookies, the flavors lack originality and flair. There are much better options for a much better price.