Easy, Edible Entertaining Ideas for New Year’s Eve

Just as you get past the holidays, New Year’s Eve is lurking around the corner

You can make these delicious recipes for a quick New Years bash! 

A night filled with fun festivities alongside loved ones with, of course, food! If you’re hosting your own New Year’s celebration this year,you may feel fatigued following all of the potlucks and parties in December. Fear not. These easy homemade recipes will keep your guests satisfied and still leave you plenty of time to watch the ball drop.

Caramelized Pear, Bacon and Brie Bites

Something for those craving both sweet and salty, these Caramelized Pear, Bacon and Brie Bites deliver a little taste of everything. Creamy cheese paired with sweet fruit and salty bacon makes for an appetizer nobody can resist.

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Caramelized Onion and Bacon Bites Photo

Another savory appetizer idea can be made using Krusteaz Pie Crust Mix.  Transform your typical crust into finger food using a muffin tin and filling with caramelized onions and crispy bacon.

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Lemon Cake Truffles Photo

While small plate starters are a common theme at parties, why not create individual desserts for guests, too? These Lemon Cake Truffles are easy to eat and less work than a traditional cake. Decorated with festive gold sprinkles, the citrus cake filling will be a delicious surprise.

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Chocolate Chunk Cookie Mousse Parfaits Photo

Go beyond the classic tray of cookies for your dessert table this year and make Chocolate Chunk Cookie Mousse Parfaits. Layer pieces of Krusteaz Chocolate Chunk Cookies with easy-to-make mousse and have this dream dessert ready to serve in under 30 minutes.

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