Pies, cakes, pudding, brownies, all these sweet treats are delicious but the one dessert and sweet treat most love is cookies. There is a wide variety to choose from. The only flaw in a cookie, is sometimes they aren't big enough or there isn't enough made. There is a place in Twin Falls that offers big cookies and a different brand in their cookies.

On Cheney in the WinCo parking lot, there is a cookie store called Crumbl Cookies. It is a nationwide cookie store, but I had not heard of it until arriving in Idaho. What makes Crumbl a little different, is they only sell six types of cookies at a time, and they switch out their types every single week. They make some unique types as well such as a waffle cookie, pecan pie, lucky charms and so much more. They keep chocolate chip and usually sugar year-round, but every week they make four to five different types of cookies, and they are some big cookies. This week, November 15-20 the options are as follows:

Carrot Cake
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S'mores
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Apple Pie
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Dark Dream
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Classic Sugar
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Milk Chocolate Chip
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You can buy a 4pack, 6pack, or 12 pack, and all are reasonably priced for the size of the cookies you get. Crumbl offers curbside pick up as well as delivery. Ordering custom-made cookies is an option if in need of some for a party or big gathering. With the holidays around the corner, gift cards make for a great stocking stuffer, and you can get a cookie or six for yourself while you are there.

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The next time you are out running errands and get a craving for a sweet treat in Twin Falls, make sure to stop by Crumbl. If you travel, move or live elsewhere, make sure to look up the nearest Crumbl, you won't be disappointed.

For more information on Crumbl or to see what type of cookies they have each week, you can visit their website. The smells in the store are worth entering alone, but the taste will have you coming back for more.

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