Are you ready to ring in the New Year? I have a few bites and inspiration for your New Year’s Eve entertaining or to enjoy while sitting at home watching the ball drop as well as some ‘good luck’ food! Click on the links below for the complete recipe or post.
Ring in the New Year with a celebratory countdown table with clock plates, clocks and party horns and hats
Transform the Christmas tree to a New Year’s Countdown Tree, with the addition of gold and silver ribbon, streamers, party horns and tiaras for New Year’s Eve sparkling celebration!
These no-bake party size desserts are easy to assemble using ready-made cake from the grocery store. Make them as simple or as fancy as you like, add a sparkler in celebration and serve!
A festive, sweet bite for New Year’s Eve! Easy to dress, filling with your favorite ingredients.
Easy to pull together at the last-minute and festive way to entertain
This candy coated popcorn party mix is an easy sweet and salty treat that is highly addictive. It’s dressed to impress with gold and silver edible stars, perfect for a party or New Year’s Eve snacking while watching the Ball Drop!
A Southern dish turned-finger food, that’s fit for company and fun for New Years!
This little bite is a crowd pleaser! The crab mixture can be made a day in advance, then the bite-size cakes are baked in a mini muffin tin with a crust of Parmesan cheese and panko bread crumbs!
Oh so good and easy! You can roast the grapes in advance, allow to cool and refrigerate until ready to assemble. If you’re not a fan of blue cheese, substitute another soft cheese like goat, Boursin or Brie.
Make the cherry medley ahead of time and place bowls of ingredients and baguette slices for your guests to assemble a delicious self-serve party bite!
Warm Olives, so simple and so good!
Use your favorite olives, especially easy and convenient using a mixed assortment from the olive bar at the grocery store. Ready to serve in 10 minutes.
A layered salad with ingredients to bring good luck in the new year~ cornbread, corn kernels, black-eyed peas, and bacon. Romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes and smoked turkey, makes it a complete meal.
Skippin’ Jenny Parfaits, aka leftover Hoppin’ John the day after New Year’s in a party serving for a fun dose of good luck!
This Black-Eyed Pea Hummus is a delicious and healthy way to serve up some good luck for the New Year!
Cornbread is considered a good luck food for the new year since the color resembles gold. The addition of broccoli and cheese makes for a moist and flavorful cornbread that sneaks in some green veggies!
Serve up your good luck for the new year with pork, black-eyed peas and collards under a layer of golden cornbread, in one skillet!
Wishing you a Sparkling New Year!