Crumbl Cookies: a must-try cookie spot


Photo by Ethan Stoller

Crumbl cookies offers exotic flavors to choose from.

Ever since Crumbl Cookies opened up on Rockville Pike, it has been a popular spot. They are known for their massive cookies and exotic flavors.

Crumbl Cookies offers specials and flavors that they switch up every week. Although these cookies are known for being huge, it is hard to stop eating them once you start due to how delicious they are. I tried the raspberry cheesecake flavor and the Key lime pie. The raspberry cheesecake has a distinct taste, like raspberry cream cheese on top of a warm, fluffy cookie. The inside has a sugary taste that one with a sweet tooth will not resist. The Key lime pie cookie tastes like a lemon square, but more gooey and sweet. The inside of the cookie has a similar fluffy, deep texture to it.

Overall, I would give the cookies that I tried a 9.2 out of 10 because they are so fresh and the texture is exactly what I am looking for in a cookie. Another aspect of the cookie that enhanced its taste was the temperature. These cookies were warm and gooey, which gives bonus points for taste.

Although I only tried two flavors, there are plenty of intriguing options such as Mexican wedding cake, snickerdoodle, pumpkin spice, Nutella chocolate chip and other wild options as well.

The cookies are $2.95 each with a dozen at $28.50, which is a solid price considering how large these cookies are.

The inside of the store is quite spacious, and when you walk inside you gain a feeling of warmth and welcome because of how pretty the inside is. 

If you are looking to eat healthy I would not recommend going to Crumbl Cookies because each cookie weighs around 5.5 ounces and is 740 calories. If you have a raging sweet tooth then this is the spot for you.

The Key lime pie and the raspberry cheesecake were undoubtedly some of the best cookies I have ever had and I had to wait in a line for 15 minutes to get them. The line was going out the door, but it was definitely worth the wait.

Crumbl Cookies is becoming a nation-wide food chain as it has over 300 locations in 36 states. The cookie market is evolving everywhere and it brings me joy knowing that Maryland is a part of the growing market.

What I personally like to do with these cookies is eat around the edges first, so it decreases the cookie to topping ratio as these cookies are super heavy. The toppings are my favorite part of the cookie, but eating around the edges allows you to taste the sugary goodness that the cookie provides and then you get to the moshpit of toppings that melt in your mouth.

I hope that all of you decide to take my word and try these cookies if you are a dessert lover such as myself. The location on Rockville Pike is convenient and a great spot to try out these exotic cookies.