[Review] How the cookie Crumbl’s (2/21-2/26)


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Crumbl Cookies releases another delicious set of flavors this week that is bound to make your tongue melt with delight

Nicholas Zanetti, Writer

Crumbl Cookies has once again released their new flavors for the week. This week’s lineup is one of the most unique and best yet, consisting of Cornbread, Vanilla Sugar, German Chocolate Cake, Peanut Butter Reese’s Pieces and Blue Monster. Crumbl Cookies always have their classic Chocolate Chip.

First, the Cornbread cookie was one of my favorite cookies Crumbl has ever showcased. I personally love cornbread, so many may not be in the same boat as me. I never would have believed that I would be eating a cornbread-flavored cookie. The dough on this particular cookie was unique compared to the rest and had a soft and buttery texture. The cookie overall was well worth the try. I rate this cookie an 8/10.

The Vanilla Sugar cookie is basic, but tasted delicious nonetheless. With all of the odd flavors on the menu this week, it was nice to have a classic flavor in the line up. The Vanilla Sugar cookie is one of my favorites of the week because of its sweet flavor with tasty frosting and a perfectly crumbly base. The cookie is an ideal treat for people with a sweet tooth. I rate it a 9/10, it was well worth the purchase.

The German Chocolate Cake cookie had an odd flavor that was unexpected. Crumbl Cookies always have a solid foundation with their cookies. The base was delicious as always, but I found that the overall taste of the cookie complimented the base very well. The chocolate flavor on its own is nothing special, but the hint of coconut and pecan was very welcoming. The cookie wasn’t great by any means and I probably wouldn’t want to get it a second time, but it had a unique taste that surprised me. I would rate it a 7/10.

The Peanut Butter Reese’s Pieces cookie was delicious and was expected to steal the show. I personally love peanut butter and chocolate together, and this cookie did a wonderful job at pairing the flavors. The cookie almost melts in your mouth and the base is soft and lacks any hard texture. The chocolate tasted rich and the peanut butter was the perfect compliment. I would rate it a 9/10.

Most of the time, I prefer a cookie with a basic flavor and nothing too absurd. This week, I was pleasantly surprised with the German Chocolate Cake. This gave me hope for the Blue Monster, and once again, the Blue Monster lived up to the hype. The vanilla frosting was basic but delicious. The chocolate chip chunks and cookie taste were very good; however, at times, they were a bit extra. Overall, the cookie was good and is worth the purchase. I would rate it an 8/10.

This week’s cookie selection was broad and diverse. This week was also one of the most consistent weeks in terms of taste and value. Every cookie on the menu was different from the others and I found them to be respectable, at the very least. I hope Crumbl surprises me again next week with another broad arrangement of unique flavors.