These copycat Panera kitchen sink cookies are a sweet and salty treat that your whole family will love. Now that we’ve entered the official baking season, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to whip up a batch of these cookies with the kiddos.
Kitchen sink cookies got their name from the idea that to make cookies with just about any ingredient you have on hand. You’ll typically find kitchen sink cookie recipes with raisins, oats, peanut butter chips, or chopped nuts, a.k.a. all your pantry ingredients.
Sometimes, you’ll find kitchen sink cookies made with pretzels, like the recipe shared here. These cookies contain crunchy pretzels, caramel bits, and semi-sweet chocolate chips. The combination gives these kitchen sink cookies that sweet and salty flavor mix that so many of us love and find irresistible.
While these kitchen sink cookies are not as large as the favorite ones at Panera, they are definitely just as tasty. We love eating these kitchen sink cookies warm out of the oven with a glass of cold milk.
If you want to store any leftover cookies, make sure you place them in a tightly sealed ziplock bag or an airtight storage container for lasting freshness.
For more baking ideas and fall recipes, check out our collection here.