Welcome to the latest cookie trend where a knife is necessary.  That's how big and thick they are.

If you haven't heard of Crumbl Cookies, that's OK. The Crumbl website says the 2 cousins who created the concept only opened their first shop 4 years ago in Utah.

And now, Crumbl is taking on the Granite State with two Crumbl shops in Nashua and one in Newington, two of them opening within days of each other.

In fact, the 2nd Nashua location just had its grand opening on December 10, according to yahoo.

So if you love cookies, like I do, you're probably looking forward to trying a new cookie place. Here's 6 reasons I'm excited there's now 3 of them in New Hampshire.

1. 3 New Hampshire locations.

If you live along the Seacoast, you don't have to make that extra trip to Nashua to get your fix, and vice versa. More locations means easier access, and that's always appreciated.

2. 150+ cookies to choose from. 

How absolutely bonkers is that? Their website boasts that amount of flavors, and you can bet their imagination will continue to grow that mouthwatering number. I just don't know which one to try yet.

3. The cookie menu rotates weekly.

This means you have 4-5 specialty flavors each week and triple the places to stop in for the tasty treat. Maybe each New Hampshire spot will have different flavors each week? That could mean more options to try.

To find this week's specialties just click here.

4. Crumbl has two mainstays that are universally loved

Milk Chocolate Chip and Sugar are always available no matter what. So no matter if you hit up the one on the Seacoast or head to Nashua, you won't miss out.

5. Watch them literally make the cookies.

Homemade, in store, via the open kitchen concept, always feels extra special, especially when you can see it happening.  After all, actions speak louder than words. I'm looking forward to watching it all happen.

6. Your weekly choices will most likely mimic a favorite dessert.

Why? The creators of Crumbl say they're entire concept is taking every dessert imaginable and creating cookies.

What do you think some good New Hampshire-based foods might be that could be turned into a cookie? An apple cider doughnut?

There may be none in Maine (yet), but if you're just over the line in Massachusetts, you can find four more Crumbl Cookies to choose from.

Will you be checking them out? Is there another place in New Hampshire where you get delicious cookies?

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