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Sheet Pan Cookies

Category: Sweets
Best for: Baking
Serves: 1 cookie sheet

These sheet pan cookies are so easy! They take one pan and one bowl. Add them to your spring baking list!

Simply press the dough down into a baking sheet and top with your favorite left over candy and chocolate!. If you have a larger pan, the dough may not cover the whole pan. If this is the case, simply just square off the raw edge of the dough and bake – as long as the dough is spread about 1.5 cm thick, the recipe will work out well!

Allow the pan to cool before cutting into squares and enjoy with a tall glass of milk!

2 1/2 cups

All purpose flour

1 1/2 tsp

Baking soda

1/2 tsp


1 1/2 cups

Brown Sugar

1/2 cup

White granulated sugar



2 tsp


Your favourite candy and chocolate, for topping

  1. Preheat oven to 350. In bowl of electric mixer or large bowl with hand mixer, cream together butter and both sugars until light and fluffy (at least 1 minute) 

  2. Add in eggs and vanilla and beat until combined.

  3. Add  salt and baking soda, and combine. Slowly add in flour, gradually increase speed of mixer once flour has been incorporated and combine well.
  4. Spread dough out onto cookie pan approximately 1.5 cm thick. Depending on the size of your cookie sheet, the dough may not cover the entire sheet. This is okay, simply just square off the raw edge of the dough. Scatter your favourite candy over the dough and gently press it down.

  5. Cook at 350 for 15- 20 minutes or until done. Edges will be golden and middle set.
    Allow to cool on pan. Cut into squares and enjoy!

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