Crumbl Cookies Comes to Yorba Linda

Crumbl Cookies Comes to Yorba Linda

Crumbl Cookies, warm and fresh cookies delivered straight to your door, celebrated their fourth-anniversary last year, and are planning to open a franchise in the  Yorba Linda Town Center. With 300 locations in 36 states, Crumbl is quickly becoming the “fastest-growing cookie company in the nation,” according to


 “[We] wanted to create a small business… and bring friends and family together over the best box of cookies in the world”, said a Crumbl employee, who would like to remain anonymous, but is close friends with the founders. Crumbl, a company that thrives off of new and enticing flavors, produces four to five different weekly flavors throughout the year. These flavors include – but are not limited to -, “Honey Bun”, “Peanut Butter Bar”, and “Cookie Cup”. 


Crumbl, first founded in 2017 in Logan, Utah, was started by co-founder Sawyer Hemsley and Jason McGowan. Starting a business isn’t easy, though Crumbl persevered. “We faced a lot of doubt… and people said it would be impossible or it wouldn’t be what we wanted it to be… nobody would want to have that big of a cookie… that was probably the biggest challenge we faced.”, said an employee in an interview with the Matador Messenger. 


Each Crumbl store features a large, public kitchen for all to see. “Having our customers see every cookie being made is one of the best experiences of our stores,” said Sawyer Hemsley, Crumbl Co-founder & COO, in an interview with Business Wire.


These cookies differ from normal cookies; Crumbl makes these pastries in 2 sizes: regular – the 6-ounce typical cookie, and the mini – only 3 inches long. While the regular cookie is available for both catering and ordering in-store or online, the mini size is only available while catering.


“Stick with your plans,” said an employee, advising young people interested in starting a business, “don’t waver, stick to your main idea. If you have a good idea, talk to other people about it. ‘Cause the more you talk to people about it, the more they have good ideas.”