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Crumbl sugar cookies are soft and buttery cookies topped with a perfectly sweet almond icing. You are going to love this copycat recipe.

crumbl sugar cookies, stacked in a stack

Crumbl Cookies

Crumbl is a cookie shop that has been popping up all over Utah, and now popping up across the whole country. They are known for their HUGE but insanely delicious cookies. If you don’t have a Crumbl near you, or if your crumbl addiction is starting to break the bank, I have the solution for you! These copycat cookies are just like the real thing, but so much more affordable. Definitely check out my Crumbl Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe if you snag one of those every time you hit up Crumbl.

These might just be the easiest sugar cookies you will ever make. They feature a no chill dough that you don’t even have to roll out. Which means you can go from craving to cookie in no time flat.

One of the best things about a crumbl sugar cookie is the SIZE. They are absolutely GIANT! I use a 3.25 oz cookie scoop to make these cookies. You can make them smaller if you would like, but we usually just cut them in half or fourths. But no judgement here if you tackle one of these bad boys yourself. I guarantee you will want to!

Giant crumbl cookies copy cat

Ingredients in Crumbl Sugar Cookies

For the Cookies

  • Softened Butter- I use salted butter because that is what I always have on hand. You could use unsalted if that is what you have, but you will want to add a pinch of salt to the recipe.
  • Sugar
  • Eggs
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Almond Extract
  • Flour- All purpose flour will work great in this recipe.
  • Baking Powder

For the Icing

  • Softened Butter
  • Powdered Sugar
  • Almond Extract– One of best things about a Crumbl sugar cookie is the kick of almond flavor that it has. However, if you don’t like almond extract you are certainly welcome to substitute vanilla here. Removing the almond will leave you with a really good sugar cookie, but not a signature Crumbl sugar cookie.
  • Milk
  • Neon Pink Food Coloring– Really you can use any color, but to get the classic Crumbl look you will need neon pink.
crumbl sugar cookies on a cooling rack

How To Make Copycat Crumbl Sugar Cookie

The Cookie

Start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees

While the oven is preheating begin the cookie dough by creaming together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Scrape the sides of the bowl and add the eggs, vanilla extract and almond extract and beat again until it is mixed well.

Scrape the sides again and add the flour and baking powder. Mix again until thoroughly combined.

Scoop out 1/4 cup of dough and roll it into a ball. Again, you can make the cookies smaller if you want to but you will want to adjust the baking time. Once all your dough is rolled into balls, gently press the balls down with a glass or measuring cup. This will give the cookies their signature look.

1/4 cup of cookie dough, pressed down before baking

The cookies will spread as they bake, so make sure to leave room in between the cookies on the pan. I usually only put 6 cookies per pan.

Bake at 350 degrees for 9-11 minutes. It is so important to not over bake these cookies! Over baking will cause your cookies to dry out, and we want a soft and chewy texture. The cookies shouldn’t brown at all. You will know they are ready when they are puffed up and no longer look wet in the middle. For the large cookies I wouldn’t let them bake longer than 12 minutes.

The Icing

Once they are removed from the oven, allow them to cook on the cookie sheet.

While the cookies are cooling, make the frosting by creaming the butter until nice and smooth. Slowly add the powdered sugar, almond extract and milk until smooth and creamy. Then add 4 drops of the neon pink food coloring if desired.

You want to cookies to be mostly cooled, but just the slightest bit warm still when you ice them. This will cause the icing to melt just a little bit and will give your cookies a nice smooth look.

Crumbl sugar cookies are served chilled, so if you can bring yourself to wait, chill them in the fridge until you are ready to serve.

There you have it. Crumbl sugar cookies from your kitchen, and at a fraction of the price!

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5 from 569 votes

Crumbl Sugar Cookies

Crumbl sugar cookies are soft and buttery cookies topped with a perfectly sweet almond icing. You are going to love this copycat recipe. 
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 12 Cookies


Sugar Cookies

Sweet Almond Icing


  • Preheat oven to 350°.
  • While the oven is preheating make the cookie dough. Cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
  • Scrape the sides, add in the eggs, vanilla extract and almond extract. Beat until mixed.
  • Scrape the sides and add in the flour, & baking powder. Mix until thoroughly combined.
  • Scoop out 1/4 cup of dough and roll into a ball. Repeat with remaining dough.
  • Flatten the cookie dough by gently pressing the bottom of a drinking glass or measuring cup down on the center of the cookie dough.
  • Repeat with remaining dough. The cookies will spread so make sure to leave room. I tend to only put 6 cookies per pan.
  • Bake at 350° for 9-11 minutes or until the centers of the cookies have puffed up and are no longer glossy.
  • Allow them to cool on the cookie sheet.
  • While the cookies are cooling, make the frosting.
  • Cream the butter until smooth. Slowly add in the powdered sugar, almond extract and milk until smooth and creamy.
  • Add 4 drops of neon pink food coloring, if desired.
  • Spread on the still slightly warm cookies, this will melt the frosting slightly which will give it the nice smooth finishing look.
  • Once the cookies have completely cooled, chill in the fridge until ready to serve. These cookies are served chilled.


Calories: 513kcal | Carbohydrates: 71g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 24g | Saturated Fat: 15g | Cholesterol: 88mg | Sodium: 216mg | Potassium: 132mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 46g | Vitamin A: 749IU | Calcium: 53mg | Iron: 2mg
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  1. 5 stars
    I absolutely love crumbl cookies, and I love this recipe.
    The taste is pretty close to crumbl chilled sugar cookies. The only real difference I’ve found, is the texture. Mine are more dense than the ones from crumbl. Any suggestion on how to make them alittle lighter and more crumbly?

  2. 5 stars
    These are the best! They taste pretty close to Crumbl and in my opinion are actually better. Have already made them three times.

  3. Could you do a cookie cutter with them or will they spread too much? I’ve made these before and loved them so I wanted to make some pumpkin shaped ones!

  4. 5 stars
    I moved from a place that made em.. But not here in Alaska so imagine how excited I was to find your recipe..Better than Crumbl.. Thanks so very much ‼️

  5. 5 stars
    I made these gluten free using Bob’s Redmill 1:1 GF flour. The first time, I followed the recipe exactly as normal and they turned out slightly dry—but still delicious! The second time, I added 3 tablespoons of warm heavy whipping cream (I didn’t have milk) and they turned out PERFECTLY. I chilled the dough before putting them on the sheet. I also baked them for 13 minutes. They are the perfect texture and flavor. Thanks for this amazing recipe, it’s going in the bank!

  6. I am so happy to hear that, Autumn! So many people will benefit from your experimenting- thanks for commenting!