Toffee-Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

These Toffee-Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars are a variation on the traditional Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies my mom made when I was growing up. They are chewy, chocolatey and caramel-y deliciousness! The family cookie jar Growing up, the cookie jar in our kitchen was always, and I mean always, full of delicious cookies. Most often,… Read more »

Stack of 3 Layered Oatmeal Chocolate Bars on a white plate, with a glass of milk

Layered Oatmeal Chocolate Bars

Mom’s Layered Oatmeal Chocolate Bars are gooey, chewy, rich deliciousness – and one of the most popular recipes in our cookbook A Well-Seasoned Kitchen®. My mom used to like to make bar cookies – like these Layered Oatmeal Chocolate Bars – because they are so quick to put together. No scooping, rolling or cutting! In… Read more »

green ruffled plate filled with Grandma Clayton's Sand Tarts

Grandma Clayton’s Sand Tarts

Grandma Clayton’s Sand Tarts – butter cookies filled with pecans and rolled in powdered sugar. Yum! September 21st is National Pecan Cookie Day! My absolute favorite pecan cookies are my maternal grandmother’s Sand Tarts – scrumptious butter cookies filled with chopped pecans and rolled in powdered sugar. With only 6 ingredients, these tasty morsels are… Read more »

Lee Clayton Roper

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I’m Lee Clayton Roper, and I’m passionate about making cooking and entertaining easy, elegant and fun. Here you’ll find scrumptious recipes, helpful tips and seasonal menus that will spark inspiration in your kitchen!
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