Crumbl Cookie Flavors For The Week Of May 8, 2023: Lemon Cheesecake Cookie, Hazelnut Mudslide, And More

Once again Crumbl Cookies have provided a delicious selection of cookies this week. The Lemon Cheesecake Cookie sounds especially tempting to our Food Rankers panel. we are going to tell you what is available.

Milk Chocolate Chip

Crumbl Cookies Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie

A classic delicious Milk Chocolate Chip cookie is the staple of Crumbl Cookies, and it never disappoints in flavor or texture. It is always a welcome treat to bite into this soft cookie, and find those chocolate chips.

Lemon Cheesecake

The Lemon Cheesecake Cookie is very exciting. This mouth-watering cookie begins with a Graham cracker cookie base, which is topped with a lemon cheesecake-style frosting. As if that is not already enough, all of this is finished with a delicious sour lemon curd topping.

Hazelnut Mudslide

The Hazelnut Mudslide cookie was a welcome, but unexpected entry in this weeks selection. We love hazelnut, but do not often find it too often in cookies. This has a chocolate cookie base, coated in chopped  hazelnuts. On top of this is a layer of chocolate and hazelnut spread.

Mom’s Recipe

This is an oatmeal cookie, which has a lot going on. We have peanuts, chocolate, and toffee in here.  There is supposed to be a hint of sea salt in here, some of crew tasted and others did not.

Pink Velvet Cake

Pink Velvet Cake cookies have a pink base made of cake batter.  This is topped with sweet, vanilla cream cheese frosting, and tiny pink cookie crumbs.

Raspberry Butter Cake

A Raspberry Butter Cake cookie is another real treat. The base is a delicious and buttery, with hints of raspberry in it. On top of the base sits a layer of homemade raspberry jam, topped with a swirl of buttercream.

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We hope that you have enjoyed reading about this weeks Crumbl Cookies, and may have tempted you to try them. If you have tasted them, please let us know what you think of them in the comments below.

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