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We moved to Indian Land, South Carolina a couple of years ago.  And, depending on your perspective we were lucky or unlucky enough to have a popular cookie shop open right across the street.  So, over the past few months it has become one of our favorite treats to dive into for an occasional indulgence.  Now, I learned that Crumbl Cookies is opening another South Carolina location.

Attention, folks of Spartanburg!  This favorite cookie shop heads your way with a grand opening May 26.  More specifically, look for the location at 117 East Blackstock Road.  According to FOX Carolina, this makes the fourth location for the Upstate.  If you never tried Crumbl before, give it a chance.  I didn’t expect to enjoy them as much as I do because I already had another favorite brand.  And, I still love those.  However, I look forward to our once a week Crumbl treat now.

One of the things I love is the Crumbl app.  I keep track of our orders. order online, earn “crumbs” to use for free cookies.  And, I even review and rate the weekly offerings.  Plus, each week on Sunday evening they announce the new rotating flavors for the upcoming week.  I also got a free cookie on my birthday!  Can you tell I spend a lot of time on the Crumbl app?

Anyway, check the full story for more details on store hours and grand opening details.  And, take a look at the Crumbl website to learn more about the brand and their famous flavors ahead of the new Spartanburg, South Carolina location opening.  And, take a look at the Crumbl Facebook page for Spartanburg to see how to win free cookies!

The Most Popular Cookie in North Carolina is a Classic

If I had to choose one simple dessert to enjoy for the rest of my life, I would choose cookies. Although I am not sure what my favorite cookie is, I really love double chocolate chip cookies. I also really love Oreos with milk.

The favorite cookie of North Carolina is a classic. Whatever your cookie preference is, chocolate chip cookies are sweet and salty, sugar cookies are buttery and snickerdoodles are spiced with warm spices. Whether it’s ice cream sandwiches or whoopie pies, cookies are one of America’s favorites. What is the cookie that is loved by Americans across each state?

To determine the most popular cookies in America, Eat This, Not That! looked to Nestlé Toll House, which conducted a nationwide consumer survey. While Kentucky is famous for its Bourbon Spice, Vermont is known for its Maple Pecan. I’m sure you’d like to know which cookie you should choose, based on your state! Check out the list of some state favorites below. You can see the full list of cookies by state here.

  • NORTH CAROLINA: Chocolate Chip

    In the homeland of Krispy Kreme donuts, the Tar Heels and Blue Devils rank chocolate chip cookies number one.

  • ALABAMA: Peanut Butter with Chocolate Chips

    Peanut butter cookies with chocolate chips are Alabama’s favorite cookie. It’s a state where college football reigns and peanut butter is a tasty snack to enjoy while watching a game.

  • ALASKA: Russian Tea Cakes

    In the form of Russian Tea Cakes, the Russians left crumbs of their culture behind when they negotiated with the United States for the Last Frontier. Russian tea cakes, also called polvorones, are balls of buttery dough filled with finely ground nuts and rolled twice in powdered sugar.

  • ARIZONA: Mexican Wedding

    You can find the best Mexican food in Arizona, so it’s no surprise that residents choose Mexican Wedding cookies as their favorite dessert. Mexican Wedding Cookies have a thick dusting of powdered sugar and a buttery texture, making them similar to Russian Tea Cakes. Crescent moon shapes are commonly cut from them.

  • North Carolina

    In North Carolina, the favorite cookie is an all-time classic. It’s no surprise that Tar Heels and Blue Devils put chocolate chip cookies at the top of their list.

  • WYOMING: Cowboy

    If you want to explore Wyoming’s mountain ranges, farmlands, and stunning national parks, you’ll need Cowboy cookies.

  • WEST VIRGINIA: Haystacks

    Haystack cookies usually consist of peanut butter, butterscotch, chocolate, marshmallows, noodles, or oats. You can use your microwave to melt the ingredients together and let them set in the fridge. They don’t require any baking.

  • WASHINGTON: Apple Cinnamon

    Apple cider donuts are a big hit in the Evergreen State, so it’s no wonder apple cider cookies are popular there, too.

  • VIRGINIA: Peanut Butter with Chocolate Chips

    Peanut pie is famous in Virginia, as the peanuts are roasted and combined with golden syrup to make a gooey, sweet treat. A peanut butter cookie with chocolate chips will have to suffice if you cannot find a slice of this heavenly pie.

  • RHODE ISLAND: Biscotti

    Biscotti is most similar to Rhode Island’s hermit cookies, which are made with reused dough, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, raisins or currants, and molasses.

  • VERMONT: Maple Pecan

    Maple syrup and pecans are two ingredients that perfectly describe Vermont. In Vermont, you’ll find maple trees and shops that sell Grade A and B syrups.

  • TENNESSEE: Chocolate Chip

    The best cookie in Tennessee is MoonPies, followed by chocolate chip cookies. The sandwiches are graham cracker sandwiches stuffed with marshmallows and topped with chocolate, vanilla, or banana frosting.

  • SOUTH CAROLINA: Peanut Butter with Chocolate Chips

    Peanuts are one of South Carolina’s most abundant crops in the summer, so much so that they have become a pantry staple. Locals particularly enjoy boiled peanuts.

  • NEW MEXICO: Biscochito

    Bischochitos are butter-based cookies flavored with cinnamon and anise. Usually, the cookies are shaped like stars and crescent moons.

  • OREGON: Pumpkin Spice

    This fall, you can find plenty of pumpkin patches throughout Oregon if you’re taking the Oregon Trail. In the Beaver State, high-quality, local food is prepared from many of its farms.

  • NEW HAMPSHIRE: Pumpkin Spice

    When you describe New Hampshire’s foliage in terms of food, you think of pumpkin pie cookies. Have you caught a whiff of cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice?


  • MASSACHUSETTS: Cranberry

    A great way to celebrate the season is with cranberry cookies. Massachusetts does fall flavors best. Cranberries can also help you cut down on sugar and add natural sweetness to cookies.

  • MAINE: Molasses

    It’s not just lobster rolls and clam chowder you’ll find in New England. Many desserts in Maine contain molasses. Molasses plays well with gingerbread cookies due to their warm, thick, and not-too-sweet taste.

  • LOUISIANA: Maple Pecan

    Cajun and Creole country food boasts jambalaya and gumbo, so what’s not to love? However, Louisiana prefers maple pecan cookies over beignets for dessert.

  • KENTUCKY: Bourbon Spice

    The Bluegrass State is the biggest distributor of—you guessed it—bourbon. And you bet it’s in the Commonwealth’s culinary concoctions as it is in its cocktails.