Looking for something special for your New Year’s Eve Celebration? We’ve gotcha covered with several appetizers, beverages, and desserts.
One of our family’s favorite New Year’s traditions is to have a snacky dinner, or mocktail party. For years I’ve prepared a variety of finger foods and made that our dinner.
Last year the kids took it up a notch by each taking one dish to prepare. The boys got pretty fancy, too, making homemade egg rolls, fried shrimp, pizza bagels, and stuffed mushrooms. They asked weeks ago if they could do the same. Score!
We usually mark the new year’s birth with a birthday cake. This year we’ll use number candles for 2014.
This week’s free printable meal plan is a complete snacky dinner for you to recreate at home. Yum!
Here are the recipes featured in this special New Year’s Eve meal plan to print and cook. You’ll need to print each one out as well as print the meal plan and grocery list. After that, you’re good to go.
- Mom’s Relish Tray
- Super Easy Veggie Tray
- Artichoke Chile Dip
- Homemade Garlic Hummus
- Slow Cooked Sweet and Sour Meatballs
- Mushrooms Stuffed with Mustard Greens and Bacon
- Potstickers with Dipping Sauce
- Cranberry Basil Baked Brie
Other Printable meal plans
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