My younger daughter, Madison, loves banana bread, so I always keep extra bananas on hand and let them get super ripe (almost black!) just to make it for her. Overripe bananas are very sweet, which means you can cut back on the sugar without missing any sweetness. The first time I tried making a quick […]
Dorie Greenspan’s thumbprints, really macaroons, have just four ingredients: almonds, coconut, sugar and egg whites. She originally made them for Passover, but they make great Christmas cookies, too—or make them as a treat for gluten-free eaters. Not that you need a reason to make them; bake up a batch just because they’re delicious.
Endlessly adaptable and exceedingly easy to work with, Dorie Greenspan calls these simple vanilla cookies the Batman and Robin of baking for a crowd, capable of making you look like the host who does it all effortlessly.
A spin on her mother’s classic meringues, Leah Koenig’s version dips them in melted chocolate and finely chopped almonds for a treat that satisfies after the seder meal, or anytime.
From Faith: There’s always room for chocolate, even at the end of a hefty Thanksgiving meal, and this mousse pie is both airy and heavenly enough to bring your pals to their knees. A chocolatey mousse filling is scooped into a dark chocolate wafer cookie crust and it’s all topped with homemade whipped cream and chocolate […]