This is one of those New Year's Eve recipes appeals to both kids and adults. Everybody loves the flavor of sweet, juicy strawberries paired with chocolate.
Think the kids won't eat a spinach dip? Think again. This spinach dip is one of my kids' favorites, and it's no wonder. It has bacon, cream cheese, Parmesan cheese and sour cream in it. What's not to like?
This party mix is one of those New Year's recipes that appeals to both kids and adults, because it combines sweet and salty flavors in every bite.
These spinach balls are always a hit - even with people who claim they don't like spinach. The addition of sausage gives these spinach balls a zesty flavor.
6. Deviled Eggs
Who doesn't like deviled eggs? This recipe is a classic, and it makes a good, healthy snack for kids who might be too excited to sit down and eat at a New Year's Eve party.
These dressed-up cookies look festive on a New Year's eve party table, but they're really simple to make. Soft and chewy, these tuxedo brownie cookies are like a brownie and a cookie in one bite.
Two kinds of cheese make these quesadillas extra tasty. If you don't like spicy food, feel free to leave out the green chilies.
This is one of those party recipes that's been around for decades, but it's still worth making because everybody loves it.