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Kitchen Sink Raw Super Easy Cookies

Sometimes I just want a bite of something sweet. But I still want it to be healthy, quick and easy. People call these “kitchen sink” cookies (everything but the kitchen sink) or “dump” cookies (you just dump stuff in them), but what ever you want to call them, they are great easy cookies. Requiring no dehydrator or equipment other than a bowl, spoon and measuring cups to make, they are a fast way to throw together a snack that satisfies both your sweet tooth and your nutritional needs.


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Super Easy Kitchen Sink Cookies recipe at


I started with a ganach base made with a little more coconut oil for setting up. Then the fun happens. You just throw in your favorite ingredients. I picked pumpkin seeds, chia seeds and sunflower seeds for protein and nutrients, then threw in raw oats and coconut for more nutrients and texture. I love the addition of dried fruit and used golden raisins. You easily could substitute with goji berries or dried cranberries.

Have fun and go wild with your choices!


Kitchen Sink Super Easy Cookies

  • 1/3 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1/2 cup raw cacao powder
  • 1/3 cup raw, organic agave nectar or liquid sweetener of choice
  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
  • 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
  • 1 cup raw, flaked oats
  • 1/2 cup dried unsweetened coconut
  • 1/2 cup golden raisins
  • Himalayan salt (just a sprinkle)
  1. Whisk together coconut oil, cacao powder and agave.
  2. Stir in remaining ingredients.
  3. Form into golf ball-sized balls and place on parchment paper.
  4. Chill until firm.
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  1. sarah wrote on March 11, 2014

    wow! so good!
    even my two year old who won’t eat nuts loves them!
    ah yes, i put roasted pecans (so not technically raw anymore; more importantly she’s eating them and LOVING them)
    i also didnt have pumpkin seeds, so i omitted
    and i didn’t have flaked oats, but used some good quslity muesli
    i used maple syrup, since ive recently been less thrilled about agave.
    thank you so much for these!!!!!

  2. annick wrote on December 11, 2013

    I would love to make these for the holidays, how long will they keep you think?

  3. Mel wrote on June 17, 2013

    These are by far, hands down, the best cookies I have ever tasted!!! I had to stop myself eating them before they had gone hard in the fridge. Due to my ingredients available, I used chia seeds, raisins, chopped pecans and a organic bircher muesli that had oats, hulled millet, sunflower seeds, linseeds, hulled sesame seeds, dried apple and dried banana. And it worked fantastically! Thanks for making my day!!!

    • Susan wrote on June 17, 2013

      Yay! You are welcome.

  4. Chrissy wrote on April 3, 2013

    I made these last night but pressed them into a dish then cut them into bars…Delicious!! I love teaching my kids that treats can be yummy AND healthy. : )

  5. Lana wrote on April 3, 2013

    Just made the cookies, LOVE THEM! So easy to make, but soooooooooo delicious. I do, however, have a question… Once they are done, do you keep them in the refrigerator and do you keep them in a container?
    Thank you :-)

    • Susan wrote on April 3, 2013

      To be safe, you can keep them in the fridge. Cheers!

  6. DeDe wrote on March 19, 2013

    I’m with the other posters. I couldn’t get mine to form a ball. I just spooned globs on to a sheet. They kind of stuck together as they cooled but then crumble when eating. Help!?

    • Susan wrote on March 19, 2013

      If it seems too dry, just add a little water. Cheers!

  7. Nellie wrote on October 23, 2012

    Love them! Made them for my mom once and she’s hooked on them now. And we’re not even on a raw diet :)

  8. Hannah wrote on July 24, 2012

    THANK YOU! I threw in flax seeds, HealthForce Nutritionals vitamineral greens powder (LOVE), some raw maple, and inca berries. so happy!

  9. rebekah wrote on May 14, 2012

    AMAZING. try it it with sprouted, dehydrated buckwheat groats and you get an amazing crunch like rice crispy :D. i also enjoy switching the coconut oil for almond/nut butter.

  10. Daara wrote on April 7, 2012

    I completely agree with Katy. Things that can be made in big batches and stored relatively easily are a saviour. I know, I know, if you want a snack there’s always nuts and fruit for instant gratification, but sometimes I really just want a MADE food. This sort of recipe makes the people who normally scoff at the raw diet jealous.


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