Serve these panko-breaded avocado slices with a delectable creamy chipotle lime sauce.
This deliciously simple appetizer is finished off with sautéed garlic and a drizzle of olive oil.
Those who aren't champagne drinkers can toast with this handcrafted cocktail.
This dainty dessert is so easy thanks to store-bought lemon cookies.
Apricot jam gives a hint of sweetness to this easy-to-assemble platter.
Chopped pistachios give these irresistible bites a nice crunch.
A homemade batch of snickerdoodle cookies will make your home smell delicious on New Year's Eve.
Made with an entire bottle of sparkling wine, this punch is perfect for a New Year's Eve party. Plus, it can serve a large crowd!
These cheese balls can easily be prepared ahead of time and need little more than colorful spices, seeds, or nuts to dress them up for a party.
Give guests something to graze on as they dance the night away. Guests can mix and match these 12 different varieties of two-bite crostini.
Try a new take on New Year's bubbly by sipping this cocktail, featuring St-Germain-soaked winter fruit and prosecco.
Armed with two sheets of frozen puff pastry, you'll be able to make these savory tarts in no time.
This easy appetizer only requires six ingredients.
These ooey-gooey treats will be the hit of your New Year's Eve party.
Impress your guests without spending hours in the kitchen with this rich, zesty dip that takes only seconds to prepare.
These Mediterranean-inspired tartlets are filled with spinach, feta cheese, and fresh dill in a crunchy phyllo dough shell.
A single baguette, sliced and used as a foundation, yields a host of easy-to-assemble appetizers. Prepare toppings the day before and add them just before serving. Offer guests small plates and forks to scoop up the extras.
Some classics never fail to score with the party crowd. And they're so simple to make that it's a win-win.
Topped with whipped cream and crushed peppermints, these single-serving bread puddings make perfect desserts for a buffet-style party.
Our choice for the last dip to round out your party platters.
Guests can snack on handfuls of this either before or after the meal. Our recipe includes Aged Gouda and smoked paprika.
Distinctive and delightful tang is infused in these tiny treats, infused with a combination of lemon and ginger.
Add some fruit to your roast for a sweet and salty mix.
Who knew artichokes could look so scrumptious? Everyone will know you did when this tray is carried into the room.
The ultimate elegant ending to your meal. To save time, make the custard up to three days before and store refrigerated. Let the custard warm slightly for 25 minutes. Pour into crème brûlée dishes and bake.
This New Year's Eve staple is a colorful display of goodness.
A creamy spread great for chips and crackers. Plus, your guests will be happy to see something besides the usual cheddar.
For a sophisticated starter, grill old-fashioned pickled shallots and garlic with bite-size cubes of peppered and seared beef sirloin, then place them on fresh basil leaves.