Crumbl Cookies Have Arrived in Ontario, See Our Honest Review

A box of Crumbl cookies with assorted cookies around it
Crumbl Cookies

Calling all Canadian foodies: your life is about to get a little sweeter, because American cult-favourite Crumbl Cookies is opening their first Ontario location soon. Read on for everything to know about this game-changing arrival, plus our honest review.


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Is Crumbl Cookie in Canada?

Crumbl Cookies currently has two locations in Rabbit Hill and Airdie, Alberta and one location in Brighton, Saskatchewan. Their latest location is opening in Mississauga, Ontario. Based on their extreme popularity in the United States, we have a feeling that more locations could be coming soon across Canada, too.

What is so special about Crumbl Cookies?

Crumbl Cookies are not your average cookies: they have a weekly rotating menu of over 200 inventive flavours like Biscoff Lava, Coconut Lime, Pumpkin Pie and more. Many of their cookies feature frosted tops and creative decorations, and many Canadians often make special cross-border shopping trips just to try them.

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Assorted Crumbl Cookies on a white background

Crumbl Cookies

How much are Crumbl Cookies in Canada?

Crumbl cookies are currently $5.49 each in Canada.

Where is Crumbl opening in Ontario?

On July 28, Crumbl Cookies will open their first Ontario location at Heartland Town Centre, at 5985 Rodeo Drive Unit 1A in Mississauga, Ontario.

What do Crumbl Cookies taste like?

To celebrate the launch of Crumbl Cookies in Ontario, we got to try six of their most loved flavours. Read on for our honest review.

Chocolate Chip Crumbl Cookie

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Milk Chocolate Chip Crumbl Cookie

Rating: 7/10

This is the original Crumbl Cookie. It’s a classic for a reason: you can’t go wrong with a solid chocolate chip cookie. While it’s not the most creative option on the menu, it’s a sensible choice if you want something familiar and comforting.

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Maple Creme Sandwich Crumbl Cookie

Rating: 8/10

We expected this cookie to have a stronger maple taste, but we’re happy it didn’t. The Maple Creme Sandwich cookie tastes almost exactly like Eggo waffles with maple syrup. Childhood nostalgia at its finest!

Saskatoon Berry Crumbl Cookie

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Saskatoon Berry Cheesecake Crumbl Cookie

Rating: 8/10

We were pleasantly surprised when the topping actually tasted like cheesecake. This cookie is a great combination of sweet and fruity. It’s not overly sweet, and it tastes as good as it looks. Bonus points for the creatively Canadian name.

Birthday Cake with Oreo Crumbl Cookie

Rating: 6/10


This cookie is for those with a major sweet tooth! Made with an Oreo base and crumble on top of frosting, this will satisfy your sweet cravings. Side note: While we were a little disappointed that the frosting didn’t taste like the Oreo filling we all know and love, it did taste exactly like Dunkaroo frosting (yes, we opened a pack of Dunkaroos to compare).

Get the recipe: Dunkable Funfetti Cookies With Cream Cheese Dip

Chocolate Toffee Crumbl Cookie

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Chocolate Toffee Cake Crumbl Cookie

Rating: 5/10

This was the least remarkable of the flavours we tried. The cookie base was nice, but honestly, there wasn’t anything particularly special about this one.

Coconut Cake Crumbl Cookie

Rating: 9/10

Of all the cookies we tried, this was our favourite! It’s not too sweet with just the right amount of coconut, and strikes the perfect balance with its creativity and flavours.

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