Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit San Diego: CRUMBL Cookies




January 26, 2022

Visit San Diego: CRUMBL Cookies


Crumbl Cookies was created by two cousins who opened their first store in Logan, Utah in 2017.  My daughter and I got our first taste of the big and yummy cookies at a cheer competition in Vegas so it was funny that Crumbl Cookies was the first store we noticed after we landed in San Diego for another cheer competition.

We stopped at their Point Loma location in San Diego twice during our stay. The first time we bought only cookies, but the second time I noticed they also offer ice cream!  

Each week, the Crumbl menu rotates 4 to 5 specialty flavors, but their famous milk chocolate chip is always on the menu.  What's different about these cookies are that some flavors are served chilled and some are served warm. I tried the Rocky Road cookie served warm and it was so delicious! It was like right out of the oven yum and I loved the ooey gooey marshmallow middle.  

If you love ice cream, you are in for a treat. Their crumbl creams are over the top creamy with mouthwatering flavors like peanut butter brittle and cookie dough crunch.  

Crumbl has 344 locations now and their first Hawaii location is coming soon to Kapolei Commons!      

Cookie choices.

They have ordering stations if you prefer.

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