Grandma's Kitchen Sink Cookies

These cookies are the best cookies I have ever made. (That is saying a lot because I bake all the time!) Everyone we serve these to loves them and requests the recipe. My mother created this recipe using the orginal Nieman Marcus cookie recipe. We have added tons of different ingredients but here are the ones we use the most.

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  • Drop spoonfulls onto a greased cookie sheet then flatten with back of spoon or hand.
  • These cookies do not spread much during baking.
  • Bake in oven at 350° for 10-15 minutes depending on the size of the cookie. (I usually bake 12 minutes).
  • Let the cookies cool before moving off cookie sheet.
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"These cookies are the best cookies I have ever made. (That is saying a lot because I bake all the time!) Everyone we serve these to loves them and requests the recipe. My mother created this recipe using the orginal Nieman Marcus cookie recipe. We have added tons of different ingredients but here are the ones we use the most."
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  1. sslobodian
    Too much honey and soda/powder mixture I substituted coconut flour for the whole wheat and it worked.
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  2. sslobodian
    Too much honey and soda/powder mixture I substituted coconut flour for the whole wheat and it worked.
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  3. doublebubble
    A family reunion hit! I used all butter, no shortening and all regular flour. Cookies keep for several days. Which was great considering all the leftovers! Thanks for sharing.
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  4. Elias Mum
    This recipe makes A LOT of cookies!I actually baked them in two shifts(I put the batter in the fridge overnight) They are delicious and sweet, but the texture keeps them from being too overpoweringly sweet given all the different sugar sources. I substituted dried unsweetened cranberries for the raisins and used WHITE chocolate chips. I actually took them into the costume shop I run for my student workers and they devoured them.They have already requested them for our next big show! Thanks for a great recipe.
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  5. Elias Mum
    This recipe makes A LOT of cookies!I actually baked them in two shifts(I put the batter in the fridge overnight) They are delicious and sweet, but the texture keeps them from being too overpoweringly sweet given all the different sugar sources. I substituted dried unsweetened cranberries for the raisins and used WHITE chocolate chips. I actually took them into the costume shop I run for my student workers and they devoured them.They have already requested them for our next big show! Thanks for a great recipe.
    Reply
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