Cookie Recipe – Kitchen Sink Cookies

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I have been having a heck of a time in the kitchen of my new house. Although to call it a kitchen is to give it a name that it does not deserve. You can see it in all of its glory (?) in the post I wrote about moving to Vermont. So far I have ruined a bundt cake and made a filed sheet cake. I have also burnt dinner at least twice. I do not do this. Needless to say I am not happy. So to remind myself that there was a time when I did know how to bake (and cook things like salmon with huckleberry sauce) I am bringing back this recipe for Kitchen Sink Cookies that I made for the hubby years ago when he was Fire Chief.

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Kitchen Sink Cookies

He asked me to bake for him for two different events – a fundraiser and for his monthly fire meeting so I figured cookies were a good choice. They were easy to make, most people like cookies and they could be bagged up quite nicely for the fundraiser. 

Making a more than one batch of cookies also let me use the new toy the hubby had just bought me. What new toy you ask? 

KitchenAid Mixer

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My new commercial KitchenAid mixer. The hubby surprised me with it – it has an 8 quart bowl and lots of power. I’ve been testing it with lots of baking. In fact when I made these cookies I did a triple batch and the mixer didn’t even blink. The recipe I’m including below is one batch – it’s easily doubled or tripled.

I call them Kitchen Sink cookies because each time I make them they are a little bit different depending upon what I have on hand – I just toss in everything I can find but the kitchen sink if you know what I mean. It makes for a fun and tasty cookie.

Kitchen Sink Cookies

Kitchen Sink Cookies

Makes 2 1/2 dozen large cookies or 5 dozen small cookies

2 1/4 cups all purpose flour or white whole wheat flour
1 cup instant oats
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 cup unsalted butter, softened
3/4 cup granulated sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
3 eggs
Add in 4 cups of chips, nuts, raisins. I used:
1 cup chocolate chips
1 cup butterscotch chips
1 cup raisins
1 cup cashews

Preheat oven to 375°
Grease cookie sheets or line with parchment or silicone mats
In a large bowl mix together the flour, oats, baking soda and salt. Set aside.
Add the butter to the bowl of a stand mixer with the paddle attached.
Add the sugars and mix on medium until well combined. Add the eggs one at a time mixing well after each one. Add the vanilla.
Add the flour mixture and mix on low until just combined.
Mix in your chips, nuts and other add ins.

cookie dough
If you want to make large cookies use a large scoop, if you want to make small cookies use a small scoop to place the dough on prepared cookie sheets.
Large cookies: Bake in the preheated oven for 9 minutes, rotate the sheets and bake for 8 more minutes
Small cookies: Bake in the preheated oven for 8 minutes, rotate the sheets and bake for 7 more minutes
Until the cookies and nicely browned. Remove them to a wire rack to completely cool.

Kitchen Sink Cookies

The firemen received a tray to enjoy at their training meeting.

The others I put three in a bag and tied with a pretty ribbon. They all sold out.

Kitchen Sink Cookies

How Were The Kitchen Sink Cookies?

They really made a nice sized cookie – and a tasty one! Of course there were a few that erm, fell off the tray! I did taste test one or three and they were very yummy cookies. The best thing about this recipe is that it changes every time you make it. The flavor will always depend on what you have on hand to toss in! I love recipes like that. Half the fun is in not knowing what the final cookie will be.


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