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Kitchen Sink Chocolate Chip Cookies

Kitchen Sink Chocolate Chip Cookies
Kitchen Sink Chocolate Chip Cookies

"I know chocolate chip cookie recipes are more than plentiful out here on the webs, but these Kitchen Sink Chocolate Chip Cookies are seriously the end all-be all of cookie recipes. Crispy edges, chewy center. 2 types of chocolate chips. Nuts. Pecans. Oats. Shredded coconut. Pretzels. There are seriously so many things stuffed into these Kitchen Sink Chocolate Chip Cookies! Honestly, there’s just barely enough cookie dough to hold together all of the other ingredients. Oh, and this recipe makes a lot of cookies. Like 3½ dozen large cookies. My sister and I were both born in Texas, and everything is bigger in Texas. Of course, you could easily cut the recipe in half, too. But I say bake up the whole recipe and then just freeze some of the cookies for later. Or maybe give them to friends. Actually, on second thought, just freeze ’em. You’ll want ’em later. (These cookies freeze beautifully!)"

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