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26. Crumbl Cookies, Delaware

This month’s feature cookie – Cornbread – is an unique sweet and savory cookie with honey and corn.

Crumbl Cookies is all over the Nation’s West coast, but only emerged the scene in the Buckeye State about a year ago when its Delaware and Dublin locations opened.

But the popularity was evident very quickly. The chain located in the former Dickey’s location along US 36/37 on Delaware’s east side had a “free cookie Friday” to announce its entry into the community. The line stretched to AAA for most of the day, which even socially distanced is quite the ways to go.

The growth of Crumbl has been nothing short of amazing. In less than four years, since being founded in Logan, Utah it has grown to 75 stores in 11 different states.

The key to Crumbl’s success has been a rotating menu and high-quality ingredients that go into a big cookie. While the cold milk and sugar cookies are always on the menu, it is the more-than 120 different weekly variations that make each location unique and continually exciting.

The cookies aren’t cheap – $3.50 each – or $28 per dozen but it is the size and flavors that keep loyal customers coming back.

Crumbl Cookie
Crumbl Cookie iconic pink box with its happy baker logo.

Crumble Cookies is located at 820 Sunbury Road Unit 622 in Glenwood Commons Retail Center on the eastside of Delaware. The Dublin location is along Perimeter Loop in northwest Franklin County. The stores are open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 am. until midnight (per its Web site) on Friday and Saturday.