It’s time to plan out those New Year’s Eve Parties, of course the main thing is all that food, right? Check out these 50 New Year’s Eve Recipe Ideas!
We’ve officially celebrated Christmas and my birthday this past week.
I’m trying to forget how old I am though, 40 is getting closer and closer! In my mind I think I’m still 22, but my body is saying something totally different.
In the meantime though, I know that as soon as we get Christmas planned it’s time to start planning New Year’s Eve parties. Do you have them?
We used to host one every year with some close friends. Last year, we decided to be the guests and not host, but I really haven’t figured out yet if we are hosting or not this year.
In some ways, I’m longing for a nice, quiet New Year’s Eve at home with the family and maybe not even staying up till midnight. Terrible, isn’t it?
I like to enjoy the company and all the yummy treats, then sleep…I love my sleep!
Of course, my husband and I usually stay up watching movies, so there is that too but I’m embracing my inner homebody.
I’ve decided it’s not a bad thing to truly enjoy quiet evenings at home, I long for them really. Life just gets busy and having time at home to really not have anything YOU HAVE to do…is kind of nice!
Each year though, I like to share this list of New Year’s Eve Recipe Ideas. Of course, you may just see one and think that’s a good idea I can tweak it…that’s fine too! This is simply to generate some ideas for you and some of the recipe I recommend for a party.
Like those Seasoned Pretzels…a MUST! We’ve already made them several times this month, and I fully intend to make them again next week.
Now, as you finish up your Christmas holiday, be sure to save this list for New Year’s Eve Recipe Ideas. It’s next!
Then, we all breathe and start eating salads.
50 Easy New Year’s Eve Recipe Ideas
Appetizers & Side Dishes:
Happy New Year’s Eve Planning!
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