I am telling you, we would be dead if this was true...
So kitchen sink cookies all started one day at school...One of my teammates has a sister that works for Panera bread and she full out stopped a meeting and was like, "Girls! Last night I had the best cookie..." she proceeded to tell us all about how she devoured a cookie that was the size of her head and had everything you could imagine in it. When we asked her what it was she couldn't remember the official name of it. Which lead us to grab our phones and or computers and do a furious search for said cookies. We found out they are indeed called, "Everything but the kitchen sink cookies". Therefore leading us each to agree to bake a batch and bring it to school on Monday. I love my team SO much!
My cookies were not the most amazing looking, but I highly suggest whippin' up a batch and giving them a try!
It's a pretty basic cookie dough, but the add ins are what makes it amazing!
1 cup of butter room temperature (I used salted)
1 cup of white sugar
1/2 cup of brown sugar
1 egg + 1 egg white
1 tsp vanilla
2 cups of flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp of baking soda
1 tsp salt
Pre-heat the oven to 350.
First whip together the butter and gradually add in the sugars until it's nice and fluffy. Then add in the egg and vanilla...
Next add in the dry ingredients a little at a time, don't over mix. I think I mixed mine a titch too much and they were a little flat, but still super yummy.
After the dough is done add in the mix ins. We went all out, y'all! The title does not lie....
I crushed up pretzels, potato chips and fritos...a little salty, you know.
I lost my meat tenderizer mallet, so a spatula had to do...
Next, mix in 1 cup of your salty snacks! Then mix all of your sweet ingredients. We went with cocoa nut flakes, butter scotch chips, milk chocolate chips, craisins, and caramel bits. Yummm!
Then, add in 1 and 1/2 cups of your sweet ingredients. Again just mix them in nice and easy with a spoon or spatula, NOT the mixer!
After all of the mix ins are added, make loosely formed balls of dough and plop them on a parchment lined baking sheet.
Pop them into the oven for about 15 minutes! The first batch came out a little dark and more crispy than I liked. If your oven runs hot, like mine, reduce the time a little so they come out golden brown. My 2nd batch was MUCH better!
Let them cool and ENJOY!
They were oh-so-good and hit the spot!