Dorie Greenspan’s amazing little gems have just three ingredients and BONUS! are gluten free. Nutty, caramel flavor shines through.
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 She originally made them for Passover, but they make great Christmas cookies, too—or make them as a treat for gluten-free eaters.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.
With whole milk, heavy cream, and not one—but two aged rums, this is eggnog at its absolute best.
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.
This one is for the pumpkin pie lovers at the table. It’s a classic—with the genius addition of a secret ingredient for nuance, coconut milk. Yup.
Try this cranberry pie in the fall or winter when you are craving the bright taste of a sour cherry pie. Add pecans to this filling if you’d like, as well as some orange zest or liqueur, and serve it with champagne. (We especially love that recommendation).