Whether you're having friends over for New Year's Eve cocktails, hosting a formal New Year's Day dinner, or planning afternoon snacks for the big game, these recipes are for you. Choose from festive appetizers, fabulous desserts, cocktail suggestions, and much more for great ways to greet the New Year.
Cream of coconut gives this breakfast or brunch recipe a tropical flair. Skip the syrup and top each serving with toasted coconut and confectioner's sugar.
Bitters, a key ingredient in many cocktails, has a pungent bittersweet flavor. It's combined with bourbon and sweet vermouth in this classic cocktail.
Christmas and New Year's are good times to mix up this white wine cocktail recipe. This refreshing drink is extra easy to make.
A kid-favorite recipe prepared in just over 30 minutes. Embellish these shaped holiday sugar cookies with piping and white decorating sugar.
Sail through your next holiday party with a little help from this quick and easy recipe. Your guests will never believe that you prepared this delicious appetizer in only 30 minutes.
Here's a twist on a traditional holiday recipe. It starts with croissant pastries and ends with a sprinkling of coconut and chocolate chips.
Try this update of old-fashioned bread stuffing by adding sweet Italian sausage and mushrooms. This dish is the highlight of any holiday table.
Cheers! This standard gin and vermouth cocktail is typically served with cocktail onions.
Prepare these bite-size gems up to 2 hours in advance, then cover and chill until serving time. For a colorful variation, use a combination of red, yellow, and orange cherry tomatoes.
As warmly welcoming as the traditional Irish beverage, these brownies have a little whiskey in the batter, a little more in the glaze.
Each plump bird provides two servings in this easy meal. To serve, simply halve each hen lengthwise using kitchen shears.
Dates provide a natural sweetness to this delicious cake topped with a gooey caramel sauce. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and mint garnish and you have a delicious dessert for the holidays.
Refrigerated piecrust is the key to speedy preparation of this divinely rich appetizer tart.