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Crumbl Copycat Cookie Recipes To Bake at Home!

If you love eating Crumbl Cookies, these Crumbl copycat cookie recipes are for you. I’ve got 20+ Crumbl Copycat Recipes and the list keeps growing! Favorites include Birthday Cake, Blueberry Muffin, Vanilla Sugar, Fruit Pizza, Peanut Butter Bar, and New York Cheesecake. Some of these recipes will make a whole batch of cookies and others will show you how to make just one large cookie (perfect for indulging a craving!).

A collage of various cookies and the words, "Crumbl Copycat Recipes".

As I’ve been making more Crumbl Copycat recipes, I wanted to start a list of all the recipes in one place. Though there is just a handful of recipes here at the moment, I’m working on several new copycat/inspired-by recipes that I’m excited to share.

What Do You Prefer? A recipe that makes 1-2 Crumbl Cookies or a recipe that makes 6-12 cookies?
I’d love to hear your thoughts!

What are Crumbl Cookies?

This fun cookie bakery now has over 1000 locations and is hugely popular for their over-the-top indulgent giant cookies. They’ve created fun flavors like Mint Chip Ice Cream, Boston Cream Pie, Lemon Bar, Key Lime Pie, Cookies & Cream Milkshake and so many more!

Because they utilize a rotating flavor menu with five fresh flavors each week (plus Milk Chocolate Chip or Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chunk), you are never quite sure if/when your favorite flavor will return.

Enter, Copycat Recipes!

Since you can’t choose when Crumbl serves your favorite cookie, why not make your own? Sometimes the wait on the return of a particular cookie can be months, years, or even never. Plus it’s often less-expensive and more convenient to whip up homemade cookies!

Since Crumbl Cookies has over 300 cookie flavors to hit their rotating menu (in fact, here’s the whole list of Crumbl flavors), there is plenty of inspiration for copycat cookie recipes! In fact, it’s almost overwhelming keeping track of all the recipe testing I have going in my kitchen.

Question time! What are your favorite flavors and what do you want to see a copycat recipe for? Let me know!

Copycat Crumbl Cookies Recipes

This list is constantly growing! Some of my favorites include S’mores, Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookies, Mint Chip Ice Cream Cookies, Peanut Bar Cookies, Snickerdoodles, Classic Peanut Butter and my Blueberry Muffin Cookies.

Crumbl S’mores Cookies

The S’mores cookie at Crumbl might be one of my all-time favorites. This S’mores Cookie copycat recipe means you can have these addictive cookies whenever you want. These cookies are getting rave reviews from everyone who has baked them–yum!

A s'mores cookie with a bite out of it.

Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookies

A new recipe from my blog, Elle Makes Dessert, these Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookies are inspired by Crumbl’s decadent Skillet Cookie. They feature a soft slightly chewy chocolate chip cookie, a tempting vanilla mousse, and a drizzle of a chocolate ganache (SO easy, I promise). Really really good.

Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie with a scoop of vanilla mousse and drizzle of chocolate sauce.

Mint Chip Ice Cream Cookies

These fun Mint Chip Ice Cream Cookies are inspired by Crumbl! The base cookie and the frosting are both filled with mini chocolate chips and plenty of mint flavor. Don’t forget the yummy whipped cream rosette too. Serve them chilled if you wish, just like Crumbl!

Sugar cookies frosted with green mint chocolate chip frosting and a piped rosette of whipped cream.

Strawberry Pretzel Pie Cookies

Crumbl released this flavor in spring 2024 to rave reviews. Fans loved the salty-sweet combo, especially the creamy whipped topping paired with the strawberry jam. My version uses a soft sugar cookie base rolled in pretzels, homemade cheesecake-like topping, and strawberry jam. Try Strawberry Pretzel Pie Cookies on Elle Makes Dessert.

A sugar cookie with pretzels, whipped topping, strawberry jam, and a pretzel on top.

Better Than Crumbl Snickerdoodles

My Giant Snickerdoodle Cookies are filled with classic snickerdoodle flavor–buttery with a slight tang, and plenty of cinnamon sugar. The recipe makes a dozen giant soft and chewy snickerdoodle cookies with cinnamon sugar swirls inside and out. Crumbl’s Snickerdoodle Cookie is pretty bland and dry, so skip it and make these instead!

A stack of snickerdoodle cookies with a cookie leaning upright against the stack.

Peanut Butter Bar Cookies

This recipe for Crumbl Peanut Butter Bar Cookies might just be my favorite. I mean, chocolate + peanut butter is always the right choice and this chewy peanut butter oatmeal cookie topped with fudge-y homemade chocolate buttercream is a straight up win.

A chocolate-frosted peanut butter bar cookie with a bite removed on a white plate.

Blueberry Muffin Cookies

This all-new Crumbl Blueberry Muffin Cookies recipe starts off with a muffin mix (yes!) which provides that blueberry flavor throughout the whole cookie. These are soft, sweet, and covered in an irresistible streusel.

A stack of three blueberry muffin cookies on a stack of three white plates.

Crumbl Classic Pink Sugar Cookie Recipe!

The classic recipe! Since Crumbl is no longer serving their Pink Sugar Cookie every week (tears!), all the more reason to whip up a batch of Classic Pink Sugar Cookies at home. This easy recipe will make 12 large cookies and is super easy. It requires just one bowl and zero chill time before baking. I include notes for making a thicker layer (if desired) of pink frosting on top of these soft and chewy cookies.

A parchment-lined cookie sheet filled with pink-frosted sugar cookies and a knife with frosting on it.

Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies

These Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies feature a soft graham cracker cookie, tangy no-bake cheesecake frosting, and a swirl of raspberry jam. Customize the cookies with your favorite jam if you like!

Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies with frosting and raspberry jam on a baking tray.

French Silk Pie Cookies

These French Silk Pie Cookies start with a chewy chocolatey base cookie and are topped with a super-thick chocolate pie filling (all homemade–no pudding mix here!) and a dollop of fresh whipped cream. This recipe was inspired by Crumbl’s decadent French Silk Pie Cookies. 

Chocolate cookie with chocolate frosting and whipped cream sliced and stacked.

Fruit Pizza Cookies

Top soft sugar cookies with a whipped cream cheese frosting and your favorite fresh fruit to make these Crumbl Style Fruit Pizza Cookies.

Mini fruit pizza cookies topped with cream cheese frosting and mixed fruit and berries.

New York Cheesecake Cookies

These New York Cheesecake Cookies are like cheesecake, but in reverse! I amped up the flavor of the cheesecake with a no-bake cheesecake topping (instead of an overly sweet frosting-type topping) and plenty of graham cracker crumbs in the cookie base.

A graham cracker cookie with cheesecake frosting, a sprinkle of graham cracker crust, and a bite removed.

Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies

I love Crumbl’s twist on this classic peanut butter cookie. Instead of a candy kiss dotting the center of these cookies, there’s a tasty swirl of fudge frosting instead. I think you’ll love these Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies!

Crackled peanut butter cookies topped with swirls of fudge frosting.

Peanut Butter Snickers Cookies

Chewy peanut butter cookies topped with a fluffy caramel buttercream and chunks of Snickers candy bars. You’ll love these Peanut Butter Snickers Copycat Cookies!

Snicker Peanut Butter Cookies frosted with swirls of caramel frosting and chunks of chopped Snickers bars.

Crumbl Butterfinger Cookies

These warm peanut butter cookies are packed with chopped Butterfinger candy pieces both inside and out. Try Crumbl Copycat Butterfinger Cookies for a sweet candy-filled treat!

Crumbl copycat Butterfinger cookies with drizzles of milk chocolate.

Birthday Cake Cookies

These easy Birthday Cake Cookies start with a simple sugar cookie base that’s transformed with the addition of cake batter flavoring and a hefty scoop of colorful sprinkles. An indulgent cream cheese frosting finishes them off!

A plated Crumbl Funfetti Copycat cookie on a stack of small plates.

Classic Peanut Butter Cookies

When I tried Crumbl’s Classic Peanut Butter Cookie I liked how soft and chewy it was, but the flavor was a bit lacking. I knew it could be improved. My Classic Peanut Butter Cookies are over 4″ in diameter, soft, chewy, and packed with peanut butter flavor.

Peanut butter cookies layered on parchment paper.

Vanilla Sugar Cookies

If the almond flavor in the Pink Sugar Cookie isn’t your thing, you have to try the Vanilla Sugar Cookie. I switched up the recipe a bit and these use only butter (no oil) and have a hefty portion of sweet homemade vanilla buttercream on top. So easy, so good.

A vanilla frosted sugar cookie sprinkled with powdered sugar with a bite removed.

Funfetti Cookies

These Funfetti Cookies came about after I tried a Funfetti cookie shipped from Crumbl and was sorely disappointed. Though I would imagine that the cookie would be tastier when baked fresh in one of the local stores, I would highly suggest giving this copycat recipe a try instead! It’s easy to make and creates soft flavorful cookie with plenty of sprinkles.

Funfetti sugar cookies piled up with a jar of sprinkles near by.

Reese’s Pieces Cookies

Easy Reese’s Pieces Cookies start with a peanut butter cookie base and are packed with one of my favorites, Reese’s Pieces! A quick no-chill recipe.

Rows of Reese's Pieces Peanut Butter Cookies.

Cornbread Cookies

Crumbl’s Cornbread Cookies are one of their popular fall flavors and this version is easy to make and features the soft cornbread cookie, honey-butter drizzle, and a honey buttercream.

Cornbread Cookies topped with a piped star of honey buttercream and drizzled with honey butter.

Crumbl Sugar Cookie for One

If you are feeling those Crumbl cravings, but don’t want to make a big batch of cookies, this recipe is your ticket. Make just one Crumbl Style Sugar Cookie (frosting included!) and feel free to customize your flavor choice to just vanilla or the classic almond flavor. This recipe is the same as the recipe above, but carefully edited down for a single cookie. You’ll love this quick recipe!

Swirls of homemade pink buttercream on a sugar cookie.

Crumbl Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie for One

I love the whole “cookie for one” concept since it can be hard to eat a whole batch of cookies as a single or couple. What to do with all those extra cookies?! Here, you’ll make just one Crumbl Style Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie and it’s so chewy and good. I personally feel that this recipe has more flavor and texture than the original version I imitated (which I always felt like was just a little too sweet!).

A chocolate chip cookie made with milk chocolate chips on a stack of small plates.

Crumbl Cinnamon Cookie Recipe

This recipe is so indulgent! If you aren’t up for all the extra sugar of the creamy glaze and Cinnamon Toast Sprinkle, just make these cinnamon cookies on their own. This Crumbl Cinnamon Cookie Recipe makes cookies that are soft and chewy like a good sugar cookie, but with a yummy cinnamon flavor.

A frosted cinnamon cookie with a bite removed on a scalloped plate with a sprinkle of cinnamon cereal on top.

Single Serve Peanut Butter Cookie

Sometimes a good peanut butter cookie can be hard to find! I love the base that Crumbl uses in cookies like the Peanut Butter Cookie ft. Snickers and Peanut Butter Cookie ft. Muddy Buddies so this cookie is a copycat of their yummy base cookie. Try this giant single serve Peanut Butter Cookie whenever you are craving a chewy pb cookie!

Broken peanut butter cookies stacked on each other.

I hope you found a few new Crumbl Cookies recipes you are eager to try! I love making these giant cookies, so I’m looking forward to continuing to grow this list. Yum!

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10 Comments

  1. 1-2 is perfect! The cookies can be so large and filling I usually only have a half and share with my husband. He loves the orange creamsicle but we don’t have a Crumbl location near us, so if you ever make that type as a Copycat, then maybe the half dozen would be best – 😂.

    1. This is so helpful Tanya! I feel the same way and I think I need to do more of the single serving recipes. My freezer is packed now with the larger test batches of the others I’ve worked on, ha!
      And now I want to give Orange Creamsicle a try this week! Sounds so yummy.

  2. I would LOVE the Crumbl knock-off chocolate Hostess cupcake cookie recipe if you could figure that one out 🙂 Those cupcakes are my favorite childhood treat that I still love today (at the age of 45 lol).

  3. I have to have the Copycat recipe for the Coconut Cake Cookie they had not too long ago. It was sooooo good. I immediately looked for the recipe but it wasn’t out there. Please!! I will make it as soon as it comes out!
    Thanks

    1. Oh yum!! I have not tried that one–but I’ll add it to my list and hopefully it’ll come around again soon!