Everyone is buzzing about these Crumbl cookies that broke out on the scene in 2017. There’s a good reason they’re so popular too as they really are some delicious cookies. If you want to save some money try some of these copycat Crumbl cookie recipes that will have you amazed they are homemade and can be whipped up in a variety of flavors.
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- Cookie Dough Crumbl
- Sugar Cookie Crumbl
- Chocolate Caramel
- Salted Caramel
- Copycat Turtle
- Chocolate Chip
- Chocolate Lava
- Raspberry Cheesecake Crumbls
- Cookies & Cream
- Oreo Cookie
- Key Lime Crumbl
- Gluten Free Crumbl
- Gluten Free Snickerdoodle
- Simple Crumbl
- Crumbl Sugar
- Honey Lavender
- Gluten Free Cornbread
- Peanut Butter Crumbl
- Christmas Themed Crumbl
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These treats are so thick, chewy, and drool-worthy! The cookie dough crumbles really top it off and create the ultimate indulgent dessert. You will love the buttery flaky texture combined with brown sugar and chocolate chunks. Just don't be tempted to eat the cookie dough balls as you are making them!
You can make these bakery quality giant cookies with this buttery sugar cookie. Use a good quality cookie sheet lined with parchment paper so that the giant cookies come off easily. They have a little bit of almond flavour to it that really pop them off! Topped with thick pink frosting that melts in your mouth!
Who doesn’t love the combination of chocolate and caramel? Then when you smother it on top of a warm butter thick sugar cookie Crumbl copycat you’ll surely be in heaven! This recipe is perfectly rich, chewy, delicious and totally easy to make! Store in an airtight container at room temperature and enjoy them for a couple of days!
This Crumble Copycat recipe reminds me of Twix candy bars, which I love! You can make these treats for every occasion like a family dessert or even a party. I like to add them into my kids’ lunches for a little surprise.
I have always adored Turtle candies so of course this recipe is going to be on my short list of which to make first! The combination of a chewy chocolate, gooey caramel, melted chocolate and the dry ingredients of crunchy chopped pecans will impress you and everyone who gets a bite!
These are copycat Crumbl chocolate chip cookies. You can’t go wrong with the classic, I mean it’s a classic for a reason right and they are absolutely my favorite cookie. They’re easy to whip up and only require about 10 minutes to prep! It’s best to use a standing mixer to get the best consistency of the dough and milk chocolate chips for a delicious chocolate flavour.
Chocolate lovers rejoice with these indulgent homemade copycat Cookies! So gather your ingredients and a big old cookie scoop and make these drool worthy treats at home, perfect for satisfying that sweet tooth!
Now this is a flavour to really get excited about! This cookie tastes like vanilla cake, cream cheese frosting made with powder icing, and raspberry topping drizzle, you’ll be shocked you made them so easily at home.
The flavours of cookies and cream milkshake make these copycat Crumbl an extra special treat. The secret ingredients are sour cream and vanilla cake mix. These are perfect for a party or even a treat for the family.
These Oreo Crmbl cookies ones are super simple to make at home, in fact you probably already have the ingredients in the kitchen! The Oreos are crushed and mixed with vanilla frosting to create a decadent frosting for these chewy treats. They taste a little bit like Oreo cream milkshake cookies!
All the flavour of a key lime pie in convenient cookie form! These copycat Crumbl cookies are sure to be a hit. This classic pie themed Crumbl’s are easier to make than you think! If you like key lime pie or key lime cheesecake, you’re going to LOVE these.
Although Crumbl has a continuously rotating menu complete with many favourites, like oreo cookies, chocolate chip, and snickerdoodle, their most popular remains to be chilled sugar cookies topped with thick swirl of pink frosting made using powdered sugar. But don't worry, if you are gluten free you don't have to miss out, these homemade versions skip the all purpose flour and are gluten free.
If you want to make your Crumbl gluten free but want something other than simple sugar, snickerdoodle might be right up your alley! They are full of mouthwatering cinnamon-sugar flavour and topped with a cinnamon buttercream frosting iced on using a piping bag.
If you love snickerdoodle but don’t want to do gluten-free, here's the recipe you’re looking for. They are simple to bake, loaded with cinnamon flavour and so tasty. Kids love to make these cookies too, so be sure and let them help! I think they taste like churro cookies!
I love when the warm, comforting smell of freshly baked cookies fills my home while baking this recipe. Plus these quick and easy copycat Crumbl cookies taste exactly like the real thing! Follow the recipe card exactly and don’t forget the thick frosting on top of each cookie.
The Crumbl chilled sugar cookie a popular Crumbl bakery classic! Unfortunately it's no longer a consistent part of their weekly menu, so all the more reason to make this Crumbl copycat recipe at home. You should have the basic ingredients to hand so you don't have to pop to the grocery store. Use a stand mixer or hand mixer of to get the dough perfect.
This fancy flavour makes me want to brew up some tea and sit by the fire. Or maybe the air conditioner since it’s summer at the moment! The aroma is only matched by the lovely taste that will surprise you!
Cornbread cookies will impress you especially this copycat edition! They have a slight sweetness from the corn flour and then topped with a delightful honey butter topping. This recipe makes beautifully soft cookies that melt in your mouth!
Do you love peanut butter? I sure do! These warm peanut butter cookies are stuffed with a peanut butter filling and rolled in sugar. Lastly they are drizzled in warm sweet peanut butter for a peanut overload.
And last but not least, to top off this amazing list of indulgent Crumbl cookie copycat recipes we have the Christmas version! I do not care what month it is when I make these festive holiday themed treats. They are ultra thick cookies and soft with a perfect crinkly edge. These indulgent cookies are a vanilla version of the classic Chilled Sugar Cookies. Topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream and fun Christmas sprinkles.
If you’ve made it to the bottom of this list of Crumbl copycat recipes I’m sure you’re chomping at the bit to start baking! I can’t wait to get in my kitchen and start making some of these copycat Crumbl cookie recipes. Which one will you start with? Let us know in the comments or on our social!
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