Crumbl Cookies Expansion Plan for Montgomery County Continues to Pan Out

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Image via Crumbl Cookies at Facebook.
The Crumbl Cookie brand now has two retail locations in Montgomery County: Wynnewood and a new shop in Oaks.

Crumbl Cookies, the Utah brainchild of two cousins dissatisfied with mass-produced chocolate chip cookies, has opened its second location in Montgomery County. My ChesCo milked the details out of the brand’s corporate sources.

The newest Montgomery County Crumbl is in the Oaks Shopping Center, augmenting the chain’s Wynnewood shop. In addition to these, Delaware Valley sweet tooths have six other locations from which to carry out or enjoy delivery of baked goods in signature pink boxes.

The brand has become ubiquitous since its 2019 founding; its reach encompasses 300 bakeries in 36 states, making it arguably the fastest growing cookie company in the U.S.

The Oaks site has been designed to be a full-bore sensory experience. The open kitchen enables patrons to view the cookie-making process in all its gooey glory. And the sweet scents emanating from the ovens will send olfactory nerves into ecstasy.

“Nothing beats biting into a warm, delicious cookie that you can enjoy, whether delivery, curbside pickup, or in-store takeout,” said Crumbl owner, Bobby Nelson, “We are really excited to bring this experience to the Oaks community.”

The debut menu contains six of the 200+ rotating weekly flavors Crumbl offers, including its signature Milk Chocolate Chip.

More on Crumbl at the Oaks Shopping Center is at My ChesCo.