Celebrate New Year's at Home: 12 Awesome Party Recipes & Crafts

Celebrate New Year's at Home: 12 Awesome Party Recipes & Crafts

If you ask us, the best way to ring in the New Year is at home, surrounded by friends and family. That's why we've put together this guide of 12 Awesome Party Recipes & Crafts to help you Celebrate New Year's at Home. With these delicious New Years recipes and activities, you're sure to have a memorable and fun night and a great start to the new calendar year!

Celebrate New Year's at Home:

12 Awesome Party Recipes & Crafts

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Crowd-Pleasing New Year's Eve Recipes

Ideas for a New Year's Eve With Kids


Muffin Tin Mini LasagnasNew Years Party Hats


Crowd-Pleasing New Year's Eve Recipes

Bubblin Make Ahead Cheese Dip9 Layer Bacon Bean Dip


Bubblin' Make Ahead Cheese Dip (shown above) - Three different kinds of cheese plus bacon makes for one of the best party recipes of all time. This easy, make-ahead appetizer recipe is sure to win over your crowd. 


9-Layer Bacon Bean Dip (shown above) - When it comes to party food, it's hard to beat a great layered dip recipe. For your New Year's bash we suggest this festive bean dip, loaded with everyone's favorite flavors. 


Muffin Tin Mini Lasagnas (shown at top of page) - Use regular muffin pans to make some of the best easy appetizer recipes ever. These lasagna cups are sure to be the hit of your New Year's bash! 


Perfect Confetti Pasta Salad - A quick fix that's great for a large group, this easy pasta salad recipe is super colorful with red cabbage, carrots and green bell pepper added to the mix.


Must-Have Mini Tacos - Bite sized appetizers are key when it comes to awesome party recipes. These Mexican-inspired bites are baked in a muffin tin making them the perfect size and shape for holiday entertaining!


Bloomin' Pizza BreadBodacious Blondies


Pretty Party Pinwheels - These sandwich rollups are a breeze to make and look so pretty when placed on your party table.  Set the mood with a festive tray of sandwiches like these colorful "pinwheels."


Bloomin' Pizza Bread (shown above) - Pull apart bread recipes like this one are great for parties because they're so easy to share. Make this pizza-inspired appetizer and you're sure to be named the host with the most! 


Bodacious Blondies (shown above) - You can't have a party without dessert, and these Bodacious Blondies are one of the best party recipes because they're so colorful and fun, not to mention delicious! 


Ideas for a New Year's Eve With Kids

New Years Confetti FunExclusive New Year's Ball Drop


Party Puff New Year's Hats (shown at top of page) - It wouldn't be a New Year's party without festive cone-shaped hats, now would it?  Instead of going out and buying party hats, why not make your own with this easy craft tutorial?  The kids will love creating them and you'll have fun taking pictures of all of your guests wearing these funny party hats. 

New Year's Confetti Fun (shown above) - Make this New Year's Eve the most festive one yet by making these cute homemade party crackers full of colorful confetti. This is an easy craft project for kids to help out with, so it's fun for the whole family!


Exclusive New Year's Ball Drop (shown above) - Host your own New Year's Eve ball drop in your living room by making this sparkly ball prop.  It's such a simple craft project, but will add so much pizzazz to your party! 


New Year's Noisemaker - Ring in the New Year by making some noise with these fun homemade noisemakers. Even the littlest of hands can handle this easy craft project.  Kids and adults alike will love to celebrate New Year's at home when they get to make their own music with these toys.



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