This is a HUGE recipe! It is also my husband's most favorite cookie. Before you begin make sure that you have a really large bowl to mix all of this in. I can get the wet ingredients to all mix up in my 6 qt mixer, but then I have to add all the oats in a much larger bowl.
I only bake a few at a time and then freeze the rest of the dough for slice and bake cookies. If you don't use sucannat, just exchange with white sugar for the sucannat with honey and I would use 2 lbs of brown sugar for the sucannat.
By the way, notice that there is no flour in these cookies!
1 doz eggs
4 cups sucannat
4 cups sucannat with honey
4 sticks butter, soft
16-18 cups old fashioned oats
3 lb "natural" peanut butter
8 tsp baking soda
1 TBS Kosher salt
1 TBS vanilla
2-5 lbs "other" stuff...coconut, raisins, chips of any variety, dried fruit, just whatever you want
Depending on "other" stuff, you might want to add cinnamon, nutmeg, or other spices
Cream eggs, sucannat, vanilla, and butter together. Mix int he peanut butter. Add the soda and salt and mix well. In your very large bowl mix together oats (start with 16 cups) and "other" ingredients. Fold butter mixture in until well combined. You might need to add a couple more cups of oats just depending on the amount of "other" stuff that you add. You can bake right away or chill first. I think they are much better if chilled first. Bake for 10-14 minutes at 350 degrees. Let them sit for 1-2 minutes before moving them to a cooling rack.
I use waxed paper to form logs of dough and then over wrap with foil, and freeze. You can take them straight from the freezer to the oven, just slice and bake. You might need to adjust the cooking time when doing this.