These kitchen sink cookies are filled with chocolate, pretzels, and toffee for a uniquely delicious treat! Crispy edges and a chewy center make these cookies irresistible!

kitchen sink cookies
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These cookies were inspired by the Kitchen Sink cookie at Panera Bread. They contain “everything but the kitchen sink” including salty pretzels, sticky toffee bits, and plenty of chocolate chips. I used my Pretzel Cookies as the base and then played around with toffee bits and two different types of chocolate for even more flavor!

These would definitely be a hit at a party and I love how they’re a little bit more unique than a standard chocolate chip cookie. If you love sweet and salty desserts, these kitchen sink cookies are for you!

kitchen sink cookie ingredients

Ingredients and Substitution Tips

  • Toffee Bits– I used Heath toffee bits which you can usually find near the chocolate chips. You can also order them on Amazon!
  • Chocolate chips– I used a mix of semi-sweet and dark chocolate chunks. I like to use chocolate chunks that are larger than standard chocolate chips so you get big bites of chocolate. I also chop up a few of the chunks so you get little flecks of chocolate in every bite. You can substitute with any type of chocolate, even white chocolate if you like!
  • Pretzels– I used small pretzel twists and roughly chopped them. Pretzel sticks are fine, too!

How to Make Kitchen Sink Cookies