Try Making Your Own Crumbl Cookie
Don’t have Crumbl Cookie near you? Try making your own Crumbl Cookie with this quick and easy copycat recipe.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Start on the dough. Cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes
Add in both eggs, vanilla extract, and almond extract. Beat until combined
Add flour and baking powder, thoroughly mix
Scoop about ¼ of the dough and roll it into a ball before placing it on a parchment-lined baking sheet, repeat with all the remaining dough
Flatten the cookie a bit with the palm of your hand or the bottom of a large glass
Bake for 10 minutes until cookies are puffy and edges are just golden
While the cookies cool, start on the frosting
Cream the softened butter until smooth and add in powdered sugar, almond extract, and milk. Mix until combined and creamy
Add in 2-3 drops of red food coloring and mix
Spread the icing over the cooled cookies and either enjoy or pop them in the fridge before serving
I had the idea to try making your own Crumbl cookie after getting back from school and finding myself craving one. At school, we have a Crumbl five minutes away so naturally my friends and I indulge frequently. Once I got home I found out the closest Crumbl was a 40-minute drive and that wasn’t something I was willing to do so I was left with only one option. Try making your own Crumbl cookie, and I promise these results did not disappoint.
This copycat recipe was so good, my family finished all of them in 15 minutes. The base is perfectly soft and has just the right texture. The icing is smooth with just a hint of almond that really drives these great flavors home.
This is a perfect recipe for college students who don’t want to leave the house, but still want that same great Crumbl cookie flavor. I highly suggest you should try making your own Crumbl cookie. These cookies are also great without the icing. Sometimes I find all the icing on Crumbl cookies to be a bit much, and if this is the case for you try making Crumbl cookies without the icing. The cookie itself is chewy and sweet you really don’t need the added icing.
For Another Sweet Dessert Try: Patriotic Tri-Colored Jell-O Shots
To make these cookies I used my favorite sheet pan of all time which I will be religiously using forever. At the beginning of college, I bought the USA Pan Nonstick 3-Piece Sheet Pans Everyday Baking Set from Williams Sonoma and I use them every day. If you are a college student who plans on doing any sort of cooking or baking these pans are a must. I love how they have different sizes so I don’t need to use a huge pan for a small batch of something. These pans are also nonstick so parchment isn’t super necessary. If you try making your own Crumbl cookies these pans are must.