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New Year’s Eve Ideas

Searching for recipes to serve at your New Year’s Eve celebration?  Below is a list of a few of my favorites:

Pomegranate ChampagnePomegranate Champagne – A cocktail I whipped up last year and thoroughly enjoyed.  The presentation is absolutely festive, as well.  Nervous about working with pomegranates?  Here is a tutorial showing you all you need to know!

Fruit PizzaFruit Pizza– Using canned mandarin oranges and other fruit that is available year round, you can please your guests with a “healthier” dessert option.  Just don’t tell them the base is a large sugar cookie!  🙂

Feta Stuffed MushroomsFeta-Stuffed Mushrooms – Looking for something extremely easy and quick?  This is the answer.

Mini Twiced Baked PotatoesMini-Twice Baked Potatoes – These cute tiny potatoes are a fun and tasty addition to your New Years spread.

Pizza PopsPizza Pops – Have kids attending your party?  They will love this pepperoni filled lollypop!

Cheese & Olive EmpanadillasCheese & Olive Empanadillas – Something different to add to the menu.  These are chock full of flavor in every little bite.

zeppoleZeppole – Why does the party have to end on the eve of the New Year?  For breakfast on New Years Day, have a good reason to wake up by making these delicious Italian doughnuts!

Happy New Year!!


5 Responses

  1. I have never seen some of these dishes! Very fun and colorful 🙂

  2. i love fruit pizza made like that! it is so delicious and no one ever suspects it is that easy.

  3. Pizza pops! How fun!

  4. I adore fruit pizza, and Italian doughnuts? Yes please!

  5. Pizza pops for kids? I think my HUSBAND would absolutely die (of joy) if I made pizza pops. Great ideas!

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