A collection of New Year’s Eve-inspired recipes to celebrate the holiday. These 30 recipes will have you and your guests ringing in the new year deliciously!
What stage of life are you in right now?
Bar/Club hopping – do you bounce from place to place to ring in the new year
Party at home – do you prefer to celebrate at home or at a friend’s house
Stay home and chill – you and the family, some food, and watching it all on tv
I’m a mix of the 2nd and 3rd options now. I much prefer a smaller gathering of just a few close friends, some amazing food and drinks with the tv/music on in the background. And a bedtime of no later than 2 am. Please, this lady is too old to hang the late hours.
Below I’ve put together some of my (and your) favorite foods to serve on New Year’s Eve and day!
I’m sorry but it’s not a TKW party if there’s not a variety of delicious appetizers. I always, ALWAYS have to serve appetizers!
Crispy Fried Cheese Ravioli
These Crispy Fried Raviolis will probably be the first to go so make a double batch!
So growing up, our big meal was just after midnight on New Year’s Eve (well okay, technically it was New Year’s day). My Mom had her superstitions that she had to do every year at midnight in hopes of us getting some good luck in the new year.
Best Ever Pork Roast and Sauerkraut
Ring in the New Year with THE BEST Pork and Sauerkraut recipe! Juicy and packed with so much flavor! Mom’s recipe, perfected!
The best damn Chunky Portabella Veggie Burgers on the planet! Portabella mushrooms, broccoli, black beans, and seasoning make this a burger even meat lovers can’t resist! This burger is packed full of veggies and seasonings that makes it taste like a real beef burger! Whether you’re a vegetarian or a carnivore you’ll love this burger!
These panko-crusted shrimp patties are jam-packed with flavor, air fried until crispy golden brown then topped with melted cheese, spicy pepper jam, and lettuce, and nestled in a sesame seed brioche bun. It’s truly one of the best bites you’ll ever have!
Flaky salmon coated in a mouth-watering lemony Dijon mustard glaze baked with crispy potatoes and carrots makes you a Sheet Pan dinner ROCK STAR! Perfect for those busy days when you want deliciousness without the fuss!
Seriously the most tender pulled chicken in a blend of spices that is ready in under 30 minutes. It’s a Flavor Fiesta perfect for your favorite Mexican night meal. Plus it’s so easy for meal prep and freezer meals!
This slow-cooked banana peppers & roast beef creates a super tender & juicy pulled beef that’s just bursting with flavors and spices. Perfect for those low and slow days where you just want deliciousness without the fuss! Just set it and let the slow cooker do the work!