We Ranked the Top 28 Crumbl Cookie Flavors

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If you're wondering what's so special about Crumbl Cookies, maybe this insanely long list of flavors is your answer. Around 2017, Crumbl crafted a passionate fanbase by essentially perfecting the gourmet cookie. Coupled with the exciting decision to rotate the menu weekly (and include a mystery flavor a la Dum Dum lollipops), Crumbl has proven it has the cookie recipe for success and for going viral.

Keep reading for the whole Crumbl Cookies menu—plus, the best flavors. Then, try any one of the best Crumbl Cookies for yourself at one of their 840 locations.

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What Are All the Cookie Flavors at Crumbl?

Let's just say there are a lot of cookie flavors at Crumbl. The only two sure things on the Crumbl Cookies menu are Milk Chocolate Chip (the Crumbl take on standard chocolate chip) and Classic Pink Sugar (its traditional sugar cookie flavor). The other four recipes on the menu are a total toss-up.

But if you're going to change out your cookie menu every week, you better have a pretty big trove of recipes to sort through and that Crumbl definitely does.

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Each week, Crumbl picks four to five specialty flavors from their Rolodex of more than 250+ cookie flavors. Some of the most popular Crumbl cookie flavors include the Honey Cake with Teddy Grahams and Birthday Cake.

In recent weeks, some of Crumbl's featured recipes include S'mores, Snickerdoodle Cupcake, Iced Oatmeal, Raspberry Danish, Cookie Butter Lava, Cotton Candy, Dulce de Leche, Brookie, Oatmeal Raisin, and more.

What's So Special About Crumbl Cookies?

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There is a lot of hype around Crumbl Cookies. Not only are they gourmet, but they're also highly coveted and have gone viral thanks to the company's unique strategy of releasing the flavors of the week on social media. All of that makes for a great cookie and a fun brand, but it also makes it expensive too.

Price aside, what Crumbl fans seem to love most is the limited-edition feel each cookie has. If you don't get it now while it's available, it's unclear when you will be able to get it next. Hence, the hype.

How Long Do Crumbl Cookies Last?

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Since Crumbl makes gourmet cookies, they should be kept in the refrigerator where the cookies can stay fresh for about seven days. If you leave them out at room temperature, Crumbl Cookies should last about five days.

The 28 Best Cookies on the Crumbl Cookie Menu, Ranked

28. Confetti Cake

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There's nothing wrong with the Confetti Cake Crumbl cookie, but the best way to describe it is this: you can think of it like the pink cake pop at Starbucks. It's fine, it's yummy, but at the end of the day, the only palette it really appeals to is a child's. Order it once and then move on to bigger and better flavors... You'll thank us.

27. Triple Berry Cobbler

Think: Oatmeal raisin, but elevated. That cinnamon cream cheese frosting and swirl of strawberry, blueberry and raspberry jam bring it up a notch in the best possible way.

26. Texas Sheet Cake

If chocolate fudge was a cookie with pecans sprinkled on top, that's the Texas Sheet Cake. You have to really like chocolate (and think, fudge-y chocolate at that) to make this your go-to order.

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25. Carrot Cake

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With a thick cream cheese frosting and a pecan garnish, anyone who goes for carrot cake will also appreciate the Crumbl Cookie version.

24. Dark Dream

Dark Dream is the best of Crumbl's best decadent flavors. Rife with chocolatey goodness (it is a chocolate cookie stuffed with chocolate chips, after all), it's melt-in-your-mouth good.

23. Cinnamon Roll

The Cinnamon Roll Crumbl keeps it simple with cinnamon brown sugar and cream cheese frosting—a tried-and-true combination that (almost) never fails.

22. Rocky Road

Served warm, this chocolate cookie has marshmallow filling, chocolate chips and almonds. It's a fine enough take on Rocky Road as a flavor, but it'd be easier to chew if the almond pieces were smaller.

21. Macadamia Nut

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It's an acquired taste, macadamia nut, but if you enjoy it and prefer white chocolate to milk or dark, you'll love this one.

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20. S'mores

Apart from looking extremely aesthetically pleasing, the S'mores flavor is full of good stuff: graham cracker texture, milk chocolate chip sweetness and a soft, puffy heaven in the form of a marshmallow.

19. German Chocolate Cake

Rich and filled with ooey-gooey chocolate, the German Chocolate Cake Crumbl flavor is as packed with flavor as one slice of the cake would be. In addition to milk chocolate, you'll taste caramel, coconut, pecan and all-around sweetness. The thing is, if you're not acquainted with German Chocolate Cake before trying this one out, you might find it to be too sweet.

18. Cookie Butter Ice Cream

Featuring the peanut-buttery spread Biscoff, Cookie Butter Ice Cream can be described as a cookie within a cookie on top of another cookie. Let us explain: You've got the regular cookie, then it's stuffed with Biscoff cookie butter, then topped with Biscoff cookie butter spread, which is then topped with cookie butter crumbles.

17. Monster

If you're going to go the PB route, just go straight for Ultimate Peanut Butter. The Monster flavor isn't bad (no Crumbl flavor is "bad"), but it has too many things going on. With peanut butter, oatmeal, M&M's, chocolate chunks and brown sugar, it could probably be renamed to "Everything But the Kitchen Sink."

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16. Classic Pink Sugar

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Crumbl's sugar cookies are vanilla-flavored, chilled and then topped with almond frosting. The only other staple on the menu, the Classic Pink Sugar gets the frosting-to-batter ratio just right, which is probably why so many people with different palettes enjoy it.

15. Ultimate Peanut Butter

Let's just say this Crumbl flavor is for serious PB enthusiasts only.

14. Lemon Poppy Seed

If this is a flavor you tend to gravitate toward, then you're going to like the Crumbl version regardless. With a base of zesty citrus and a shiny almond glaze, it's your favorite muffin upgraded into a cookie.

13. Raspberry Cheesecake

This one is rich with flavor and thanks to that latter ingredient, Golden Girls approved. Its swirls of raspberry and graham cracker pair sweetly with the ice cream base without being too over-the-top.

12. Key Lime Pie

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With a citrus filling and a graham cracker crust, Crumbl's Key Lime Pie cookie is every bit as tasty as the pie itself.

11. Strawberry Cheesecake

Add "cheesecake" to the end of any flavor, and it's instantly that much better. While a strawberry Crumbl Cookie would be mediocre on its own, Strawberry Cheesecake is as decadent as it is obvious. It's got vanilla cream cheese frosting, strawberry jam and graham cracker cookie.

10. Peanut Butter Creme (Nutter Butter)

The Peanut Butter Creme takes its inspiration from the fan-favorite Nutter Butter and uses pieces of it, too. Though it's very similar in design to some of the aforementioned PB-forward flavors on this list, Peanut Butter Creme has a very distinct Nutter Butter je ne sais quoi.

9. Snickerdoodle Cupcake

It's your favorite Snickerdoodle cookie recipe only with a more sugary edge thanks to cream cheese frosting and decadent cinnamon sugar.

8. Honey Cake With Teddy Grahams

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It went viral pretty quickly with TikTokers everywhere trying to get their hands on the cookie covered in Teddy Grahams, but is it really worth the hype? You can read our Honey Cake With Teddy Graham's review for the full effect, but the short version is, "yes."

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7. Maple Bacon

This buttermilk cookie is topped with maple frosting, maple syrup and fried bacon bits. It's sweet and savory—the perfect combo of breakfast and dessert all in one.

6. Chocolate Peanut Butter Oreo

Three words that go together beautifully: chocolate, peanut butter and Oreo. This chocolate cookie has Oreo cookie pieces and PB chips oozing out of it. On top? Peanut butter mousse and a mini Oreo to top it off. Tres delicious.

5. Blueberry Crumb Cake

A slightly better version of the Lemon Poppy Seed Crumbl, Blueberry Crumb Cake combines a lemon-flavored graham with blueberry and lemon drizzle. Take our advice and warm it in the microwave a bit before that first bite.

4. Milk Chocolate Chip

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Definitely worth the hype. Known as Crumbl's version of the traditional chocolate chip cookie, Milk Chocolate Chip is a staple on the weekly menu for good reason.

3. Sea Salt Toffee

There is something so perfect about a cookie that's both sweet and salty, which is why this cookie's perfect ratio is what makes it the only flavor better than the classic Milk Chocolate Chip.

2. Brownie Batter

Plenty of chocolate-forward flavors can tip it over the edge into territory that's just too fudgy. But Brownie Batter is the shining example of a chocolate flavor done right without going overboard.

1. Cookie Dough

The Cookie Dough Crumbl cookie is a brown sugar cookie with cookie dough buttercream and chunks of cookie dough pieces. What's not to love?

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