Dorie Greenspan, author of the James Beard Award-winning cookbook ‘Dorie’s Cookies,’ shares her best holiday baking tips and a delicious recipe. It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Cookie season. So preheat the oven, warm up the stand mixer and let the flour fly. Fortunately, cookies—unlike many other desserts—are delightfully unfussy and fairly easy to throw together, even at the last minute. But to help you take your treats to the next level and really stand out in a cookie swap, we got Dorie Greenspan, author of Dorie’s Cookies, a James Beard Award-winning collection of more than 300 recipes, to share her best holiday baking hacks and the recipe for her delicious Ginger Molasses cookies. First thing’s first: There’s no need to make the most complicated, ingredient-packed recipe you can find for your office cookie swap as long as you deliver on flavor. Greenspan recommends choosing an easy option, like a drop cookie or a classic holiday spice cookie that requires minimal effort. “Even the plainest cookie is pretty and appealing,” says Greenspan. If you must try out something new, you could make a bar cookie. “For people who want to make lots and lots of cookies for cooki...