These Kitchen Sink Cookies are loaded with yumminess galore . . . chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, peanut butter, oats, pretzels, potato chips, marshmallows. Holy smokes they’re good and you need to make them!
I know I just posted a cookie recipe a couple weeks ago, but I have been dying to share these Kitchen Sink Cookies with you and couldn’t wait any longer. Besides that, it’s not like it’s out of character for me to post cookie recipes frequently (haha)!
These Kitchen Sink Cookies are going to make your mouth very happy! They are loaded with so many good things I can’t even stand it. They’re chewy, crispy, buttery, sweet and salty all rolled into one.
Why are they called Kitchen Cookies?
You’ve probably heard the phrase “everything but the kitchen sink.” Well for these cookies, that basically translates into you raid your pantry for whatever sweet and salty goodies you have on hand, crush them up and add them to the dough to make a wildly delicious cookie! Thankfully it’s all edible and no actual kitchen sinks (lol)! These cookies are packed with chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, peanut butter, oats, pretzels, marshmallows, potato chips. . . I mean seriously! They’re sweet, they’re salty and they’re so, so good!
Line up of ingredients for Kitchen Sink Cookies. . . .
- Butter – The original recipe for these cookies calls for unsalted butter, but I always use salted butter in baking. Go ahead and use what you like best and either way these cookies will be delicious.
- Granulated sugar, brown sugar, flour, oats, baking soda, salt, eggs, vanilla – Just regular cookie-baking ingredients.
- Peanut Butter – I love any cookies with peanut butter!
- Mix-Ins – These cookies call for a lot of delicious mix-ins that add sweet and salty. Feel free to swap out or add different things.
You should really make these if for any reason than to get rid of those pesky opened, half-empty bags of chocolate chips, pretzels, potato chips, etc. that are sitting in your cupboard or pantry.Print
Recipe Source: Sarah Kieffer’s 100 Cookies The Baking Book for Every Kitchen