New Year’s Eve is just days away, so now is the time to begin preparing. Ringing in the New Year shouldn’t just be about the drinks – it’s also the perfect opportunity to try out some decadent recipes. We’ve put together this list of some tasty food options as you prepare for your 2021 celebrations.
Steak Frite Bites
Let’s be honest; steak and fries go really well together. Rather than plate up an entire steak dinner, why not make them bite-size with this recipe from Delish? Finger foods are a must-have at New Year’s Eve celebrations and these steak frite bites deliver. You only need a handful of ingredients and they are quick to prepare. Your family and guests will love this creative take on a French classic.
Ham Biscuit Sandwiches
Chances are you may have some leftover ham from the holidays. Don’t let it go to waste! Try this amazing ham biscuit sandwiches with apricot mustard recipe from Country Living. This sweet, salty and tangy combination will make for a great addition to your party.
Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms
As we mentioned earlier, finger foods are essential on New Year’s Eve and these sausage stuffed mushrooms from the Food Network are sure to be a hit. This easy recipe only takes about 35 minutes, so you can spend more time celebrating and less time cooking. All you need are traditional sausage stuffing ingredients along with mushrooms. Yum!
Artichoke Spread with Garlic Bread
Artichokes are often served on New Year’s Eve for good luck, and there is nothing luckier than this amazing artichoke spread recipe from Taste of Home. This quick and easy appetizer requires a slow cooker, which means it must be delicious. Just throw the ingredients in the cooker and let it do all the work.
Warm Chocolate Pudding Cakes
Don’t forget the dessert when you plan for your celebration. It is going to be cold this week, so Martha Stewart’s chocolate pudding cake recipe is sure to keep you warm. The best part is that these are individually sized desserts, so they are perfect for a smaller gathering.
At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters, and enjoying good food with friends and family makes the holiday season much brighter. Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!