Kitchen Sink Cookies and The Start with Substance Program
As a participating blogger in the Start With Substance Program I’m sharing my favorite recipe using Quaker Oats. and it isn’t oatmeal. 😉
This recipe makes about 5 dozen cookies and when I mention that I’m making them, there’s usually a line of people waiting for them.
Kitchen Sink Cookies
- 2 C Brown Sugar
- 2 C White Sugar
- 1 3/4 C quick cook oats
- 2 C unsweetened applesauce
- 4 eggs
- 4 C all purpose flour
- 2 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 4 C cornflakes cereal
- 1 1/2 C chopped walnuts
- 1 1/4 C flaked coconut
- 4 dashes cinnamon
- you can add 1 to 2 C raisins or craisins or dried cherries or chocolate chips
- Pre-heat oven to 350 F
- Cream together Brown Sugar, White Sugar, Vanilla, Applesauce and Eggs
- Add flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and oatmeal. Mix well
- In a large bowl mix cornflakes, nuts and coconut (this is where you would add the *extras*)
- Slowly add the batter to this bowl, mixing well until the entire batter is completely mixed.
- Drop by Tablespoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 15 minutes or until they are a lovely golden brown.
These cookies are amazing and will disappear quickly. They are crunchy and chewy with just a hint of sweetness. My family can’t get enough of them.
How Cute are my two little Chefs in Training with our special cookie ingredient and our special guest chef!
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Oh Rachel..look at the Monkey in that picture.. so stinking cute.. and the Princess is so grown up!!!
Those cookies look delish!! I will go become a fan right now.. 🙂
Kim’s latest brilianceMaybe we should rethink the 529 College Savings?
these cookies do sound interestingly great!
misty’s latest brilianceElypsis…
Wow, those look good and sound good. And, sound healthy, too!
No butter or oil….I’m impressed.
Krystyn’s latest brilianceBetty Can Make You A Winner, too!
I love a cookie packed with stuff! These look awesome.
Noble Pig’s latest brilianceYou Will Survive
Yum! I’ve been in a baking mood lately since it’s cold outside. I bet my hubby would love this!
Stephanie’s latest brilianceHas It Really Been A Month?
I’ll be making some of these with craisins! Thanks!
Bren’s latest brilianceGit – R- Done
Mmm, I love some oatmeal cookies. Only I like to make them all unhealthy like by throwing handfuls of butterscotch chips in the batter. Damn I want some NOW!
amy’s latest brilianceI’m with the band
Holy crap! I can’t believe all the ingredients in those cookies. What an appropriate name!
They do look good though. 🙂
Kat’s latest brilianceI Feel Like I Deserve An Award
Okay, I am the worst cook ever! These cookies were so flat and lifeless (although they tasted delicious). They spread out over the entire pan. Disaster! The were thin wafers. What did I do wrong?
Also, the recipe doesn’t state where to put the vanilla and cinnamon. I added the vanilla to the creamed mixture and the cinnamon at the end.
Krystyn’s latest briliancePSF-Izzy’s egg
Krystyn, that has nothing to do with you being a bad cook. This can happen for many reasons! that they tasted good means you made them right! YAY!
But, it is so discouraging and frustrating when cookies fall flat or don’t come out how we want them too.
Here are some general reasons why cookies fall flat:
1. the dough is too warm, consider chilling the dough for a bit before cooking
2. if the cookie sheet is hot when the dough goes on it
3. if your kitchen is warm and humid
4. if you use an oil/margarine instead of real butter
Just a few to help ya out. I’ll email you, too.
Could you help me break this recipe in half? Not sure on some ingredients.
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