You can use these Crumbl cookie recipes to make some of the softest, moistest, most delicious cookies you’ll ever eat.
And no, that’s not a typo. I meant Crumbl cookie recipes.
If you already know about Crumbl, then you know precisely how tasty these cookies will be, but if you aren’t familiar with the Crumbl brand, let me back up a bit and tell you about it.
Crumbl Cookies is a phenomenal bakery that came onto the scene in 2017.
And despite all odds and the COVID-19 pandemic of late-2019/2020, it absolutely flourished, opening over 250 locations in just three years.
Chances are, you probably have a Crumbl Cookies somewhere near you, but if you don’t, you can make your own sweet treats with these 10 copycat Crumbl cookie recipes.
The first thing you’ll notice about Crumbl cookies – or copycat Crumbl cookies – is that they’re gorgeous and often elaborately decorated.
This chocolate-ganache coated chocolate cookie is moist, crumbly, and unbelievably tasty.
It’s also gorgeous, with all those pretty colors highlighted against its rich brown base.
If chocolate cookies had a king, the Crumbl Cosmic Brownie cookie would be it.
These copycat sugar cookies are sugary, nutty, and insanely buttery. Simply put, they are some of the most delicious sugar cookies you’ll ever eat.
And I know some may argue they aren’t true sugar cookies because of the pretty pink icing on top, but that is precisely how Crumbl makes their sugar cookies, right down to the color!
Plus, trust me when I tell you that you won’t want to miss that sweet almond icing. It’s out of this world.
It’s hard to improve on the classic chocolate chip cookie recipe, but somehow, Crumbl manages to make even those taste better.
With the rich, buttery chocolate chip flavor and the crumbly, fall-apart-in-your-hands texture, these chocolate chip cookies are some of the best of the best.
You’ll love how soft they are, and they taste even better.
Sometimes, you’re in the mood for something simple and tasty. At other times, you want something totally over the top and decadent.
These copycat Twix cookies are for the latter days.
Each one starts with a buttery sugar cookie. Then, you’ll top them in chocolate chips, rich caramel dip, and a miniature Twix candy bar.
These are crunchy, crumbly, chocolate, and caramel masterpieces.
These are moist, brown sugar cookies topped in yummy cream cheese icing and raspberry pie filling (on the top).
Each bite is like a little taste of raspberry Heaven on your tongue.
Despite how indulgent they are, they’re easy to make. You can whip up an entire batch (two dozen cookies) in less than 40 minutes.
All you’ll need are everyday baking items, some brown sugar, graham cracker crumbs, and the ingredients to make the topping – cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, milk, and raspberry filling.
It doesn’t get much simpler, faster, or more delectable than that.
If you’re a fan of peanut butter cookies, then you will go nuts for these. They are peanut butter cookies on steroids.
There’s peanut butter in the dough, a peanut butter filling, and a swirly peanut butter topping for a triple dose of peanut butter yumminess.
They have the same moist, crumbly texture as all Crumbl’s best cookies, but these are made specifically for the peanut butter connoisseurs out there.
If you’re looking for a cookie that’ll help transport you back into your childhood, these are perfect for that.
Eat them while they’re hot with a tall glass of milk, and you’ll feel all kinds of nostalgia.
These copycat Crumbl lemon glaze cookies are ideal for those of us who enjoy our cookies a bit crunchier and with a tarter, less sugary taste.
The acidity of the lemon balances out the sweetness from the brown sugar and other ingredients, making these not quite sour but definitely less than sweet.
Furthermore, if you let them sit for about half an hour before serving them, the lemon glaze hardens, giving the cookies a delightfully satisfying crunch when you bite into them.
You can still eat them fresh out of the oven if you prefer. Just be prepared for the glaze to be gooey and sticky. (It’s still 100% scrumptious, though.)
These oversized, 40-minute cookies combine the best of both worlds.
You’ll get the rich red color and fantastic, semi-chocolatey flavor of red velvet with the moist crumbliness of a cookie.
Because these won’t be topped with cream cheese icing and don’t use the traditional buttermilk and vinegar as ingredients, they don’t taste exactly like red velvet cake.
They are, however, insanely good, and the white chocolate chips add bright pops of color and extra gooey sweetness.
Of all the copycat Crumbl cookies on this list, these are also one of the easiest to make, requiring only 10 ingredients, plus red food coloring.
On the other hand, these pink velvet cookies do feature sweet and tangy cream cheese icing, making them almost more like red velvet cake than red velvet cookies.
They don’t have the same chocolatey flavor as red velvet cookies, though.
Instead, they feature warm, earthy notes of vanilla, brown sugar, and almond extract.
They still have that same soft, melt-in-your-mouth buttery texture as all the others, though.
These spectacular spiced cookies have a lot going on. They aren’t cupcakes shaped like cookies or cookies shaped like cupcakes.
However, the cookies are so soft, fluffy, and light that it almost seems like you’re biting into a cupcake.
You’ll also cover each one in thick, fluffy vanilla cream cheese frosting, furthering the cupcake comparison.
Finally, you’ll dust them all with cinnamon and sugar for that standard snickerdoodle flavor.
If you’re looking for a new cookie to wow your family this holiday season, give this one a try.
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