Monster Cookies

Monster Cookies

Here is a cookies recipe that makes a bunch of cookies.  I’m talking like 12 dozen or more depending on how big you decide to make these cookies. Warning you will need a big bowl to mix everything.

If you don’t happen to need 12 dozen cookies all at once here is a tip for always have cookie dough on hand.  Divide up your dough and place on wax paper.  Roll into a long roll.  Just like those store-bought cookie dough rolls.  Roll the dough and warp the wax paper around the dough.  Next cover with plastic wrap.  I place several rolls into large freezer bags and store them in the freezer until it is time for cookies.  You can do this with any cookie dough you make.  This saves tons of time and money.

When ready to use just remove from freezer bag.  Thaw, slice and bake.  Great when you need to bake two dozen cookies for your childs class that they forgot to tell you about until 9:00 at night and they need them the next day.  Not that this has ever happened.

Monster Cookies


1 dozen eggs
2 pounds brown sugar
4 cups white sugar
3 Tablespoons vanilla extract
8 teaspoons baking soda
1 stick butter
3 pounds peanut butter creamy or chunky
18 cups regular oatmeal
1 pound chocolate chips
1 pound M&M’s

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

In a big bowl add eggs, brown sugar, white sugar, vanilla, baking soda, and butter.  Mix really well.  Add peanut butter and mix well.

Add oatmeal and mix really well.  Add in chocolate chips and M&M’s.  Mix well.

Drop by tablespoon full onto cookie sheet.

Bake for 10 to 12 minutes.  Don’t over bake as the cookies will be too hard.  ENJOY! S’more Cookies


46 thoughts on “Monster Cookies

  1. This is a great recipe to have on hand when I need to make a bunch of cookies. Who doesn’t love cookies? And these look amazing. I love that you can also freeze the dough for later.

  2. That is an enormous recipe. 18 cups of oatmeal! I’m Australian, any idea what the substitute for oatmeal is?

  3. These monster cookies look delicious for sure. I am going to have to make this recipe and love the recipe can make up to 12 dozen cookies. You can always freeze the cookie dough that you don’t use and cook them when you need them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  4. Wow do these make me crave a tasty giant cookie! Love that you can freeze them and pull them out for last minute help, like you say! Yum!

  5. Yum! They look really good. We just had a cookie exchange before Christmas and I had the hardest time with cookies because of the high elevation here. I’m really looking to perfect a cookie recipe for this elevation…or I’ll be the no bake queen of the century! 😉

  6. That is such a simple mixture but sounds so delicious! Its a really good idea to make a big batch and freeze it because sometimes you just need cookies for (a midnight snack) school the next day like you said. How long can you keep the dough frozen for?

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