This delicious combination of flavors and texture just screams "fall" with apple and pumpkin, in a heavenly spiced custard pie. The slightly crisp pecan streusel topping gives a surprising crunch in every bite.
When you call Dorie Greenspan to say you’re coming over, this is what she bakes. “It takes longer to preheat the oven than to put these cookies together,” she wrote to me. “I love them for a million reasons, but chiefly because they're a simple pleasure that can be shared on the spur of the moment.” She includes a perfectly round variation in her book using muffin tins (and plenty of baker's spray to help them break free), but we preferred the ease and charm of the freeform version. Adapted slightly from Dorie's Cookies (Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016).
Six ingredients, gluten free, dairy free, and they taste amazing. They actually taste like they have flour in them. They're so easy that even if you don't bake, I promise, you can make these. Print the recipe, buy the ingredients, and whip up some crazy good chocolate chip cookies.