Crumbl Cookies in Westchester

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Crumbl 4 Pack, Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

Crumbl Cookies in Westchester: Where to Find These Trending Treats

Crumbl Cookies has taken the internet by storm, and everyone wants to try these viral cookies to see what the hype is all about. Westchester residents won’t have to go too far for these famous sweet treats. While there are only two locations in Westchester County, if you’ve been wanting to try some of Crumbl’s signature cookies, we’ll let you know where you can find them in Westchester.

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Crumbl 4 Pack-Cookies, Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

About Crumbl Cookies

Jason McGowan (CEO) and Sawyer Hemsley (COO) co-founded Crumbl with a mission to perfect the world’s best chocolate chip cookie. They didn’t just start a business; they embarked on a ‘perfect cookie quest,’ involving the public in their journey, gathering feedback, and testing recipes. Their dedication led to the creation of the perfect recipe, and in 2017, they opened Crumbl’s first store in Logan, Utah. From the beginning, they emphasized transparency and high-quality ingredients. Initially, Crumbl only offered fresh milk chocolate chip cookies for takeout and delivery but expanded to provide additional services such as curbside pick-up, catering, nationwide shipping, and more.

Crumbl Founders, Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

Today, the menu at Crumbl Cookies is continuously evolving. The milk chocolate chip cookie and chilled pink sugar cookie have become staples, with new flavors added frequently to their weekly rotating menu. In December 2018, the bakery established a weekly rotation of four flavors. The brand creates unique and delicious cookies inspired by popular flavors and desserts, ensuring each bite is a delightful surprise. Additionally, Crumbl’s iconic pink packaging, designed to fit their cookies perfectly, has become a recognizable brand symbol. As soon as a video comes up on anyones feed and viewers see the notorious pink box, we already know we’re about to get a Crumbl Cookies review.

What’s on The Menu

Now, remember, Crumbl changes its menu every week to offer new gourmet cookie flavors for families to enjoy. The selection this week includes the classic Milk Chocolate Chip, a Strawberry Shortcake with vanilla shortcake and fresh whipped cream, a Patriotic Birthday Cake with cake batter frosting and patriotic sprinkles, a S’mores cookie packed with milk chocolate chips and topped with marshmallow and graham cracker crumbs, a Cornbread cookie with honey butter glaze and honey buttercream frosting, and an Apple Pie cookie with warm apple cinnamon pie filling and cookie crumb topping. This weekly rotation ensures that every visit to Crumbl is a new and exciting experience. Families can visit crumblcookies.com every Sunday night to check out their latest menu options for the coming week.

Crumbl Cookie Grid,Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

Westchester County Locations

White Plains was the first city in Westchester to welcome Cumbl Cookies just last year in 2023. Westchester Family spoke to owners Seth and Megan Neeleman at the time. They were excited to serve up delicious treats to families in the area. The soft opening was on March 16th, and the Grand Opening was on March 17th. Families enjoyed a menu featuring six of the 275+ weekly rotating flavors, including the award-winning Milk Chocolate Chip cookie.

Crumbl Waffle,Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

Other specialty flavors they brought to Westchester included Cornbread, Cookies and cream, S’mores, Key Lime Pie, Peppermint Bark, Caramel Popcorn, Buttermilk Pancakes, Galaxy Brownies, and many more. Today, the business continues to boom, and families can be seen heading to Crumbl’s White Plains location daily for their sweet treats.

Crumbl Strawberry Cake, Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

In June, brothers Justin and Scott Cinnamon opened the second Crumbl Cookies branch in Yorktown Heights. The new Crumbl Cookies branch opened at Staples Plaza, and it was Crumbl Day in Yorktown. Elected officials and Yorktown Chamber of Commerce members celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Supervisor Ed Lachterman and Councilman Patrick Murphy welcomed the business, expressing their optimism for its success, and were excited to get doors open for families of Westchester.

Crumbl Lemon Glaze,Photo Courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

Locals, along with their families, friends, and cookie enthusiasts, crowded into the store to taste the delectable treats and purchase these viral sensations. Located at 3333 Crompond Road, Crumbl Cookies’ Yorktown Heights store is now open six days a week and closed on Sundays.

We can’t wait to try this season’s rotating menu of famous cookies this summer!