The viral cookie company Crumbl Cookies is opening a new location in the lower Hudson Valley.

Have You Heard of Crumbl Cookies?

I'll be honest, I learned all about Crumbl Cookies on...TikTok. Influencers and food enthusiasts took to the social media platform to taste test the many flavors of Crumble Cookies that are released weekly.

According to the Crumble Cookies Facebook page, they have over 170 flavors! The viral cookie company writes that they bring friends and family "together over a box of the best cookies in the world!" adding that they rotate flavors weekly and serve them in their "famous pink box."

Their most recent lineup consists of flavors like Cinnamon Roll topped with a cream cheese frosting and a new chocolate milkshake cookie that's made with "a chilled chocolate cookie rolled in chocolate sprinkles, topped with a chocolate mousse and a whipped cream dollop."

If that didn't make your sweet tooth tingle, the video that came with the flavor lineup  might:

It looks like we can get our hands on these flavors at a brand-new location in the lower Hudson Valley.

Crumbl Cookies Announce New Lower Hudson Valley Location

On June 7th, 2024 Crumbl Cookies will open a new location in Yorktown Heights, New York. The lower Hudson Valley location will be open Monday through Thursday 8 am until 10 pm, Friday and Saturday 8 am until 11 pm, and closed on Sundays.

You can find Crumbl Cookies Yorktown at 3333 Crompond Rd Ste 2a
Yorktown Heights, New York 10598. At the new location, Crumbl Cookie fans can order cookies delivered or pick them up fresh and ready to serve.

Learn more about Crumbl Cookies in Yorktown on their website. 

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