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Crumbl Cookies debuts its Las Colinas location with free cookies!


If you love the thought of devouring fresh-baked cookies, you’ll want to put Las Colinas on your radar.

Crumbl Cookies, the Utah-based gourmet cookie company with nearly 400 locations and 1.7 million IG followers, brings its weekly rotating menu and its famous pink box to Las Colinas this week with the formal opening of their newest store on Friday, Jan. 28 at 7707 N MacArthur Blvd.

Dallas residents Nathan and Quincey Taylor own the Las Colinas store, the first Crumbl location in Irving.  Quincey, who grew up in DFW, gained familiarity with the franchise while working as a Crumbl baker. That set everything else in motion. Crumbl cookies cost about $4 each, but they’re as big as your hand.

The new Crumbl location, like all its others, features an open bakery kitchen where staff members mix, bake and frost all the cookies in full view. Each Crumbl store offers the same menu each week: milk chocolate chip and sugar cookies plus four specialty cookies such as S’mores, hazelnut sea salt and oatmeal with Rolo caramels.

This week, it’s raspberry lemonade (a lemon cookie base covered in a marbled lemon and raspberry frosting), chocolate cake (chocolate cookie packed with semi-sweet chocolate chips topped with chocolate fudge frosting and shaved chocolate curls, cinnamon fry bread (a butter fry bread-style cookie topped with melted butter and cinnamon honey buttercream and those oatmeal Rolos (a milk chocolate chip oatmeal cookie topped with chopped Rolo candies and drizzled with caramel), pictured above.

On Friday, Jan.28 and Saturday, Jan. 29, the Las Colinas location is rewarding Irving teachers with a free cookie when they present their teacher I.D. and download the Crumbl phone app.

Crumbl was established in 2017 in Logan, Utah. Since that time, more than 300 additional locations have been built to satisfy the cookie cravings in over 34 states across the nation!

photos: EscapeHatch and Crumbl

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