New Year's Eve party finger food
Check out our easy canapé recipes and finger food for your new year party. If you're looking for vegetarian canapé recipes, check out our guide, here.
Make your own nutty dukkah as a dip for these chicken wings spiced up with harissa and Frank's RedHot sauce. This will make more dukkah than you’ll need, but will keep for a few weeks in a sealed jar. Discover more of our best harissa recipes here.
If salted caramel is your bag, then get ready for miso caramel – a heady mix of the salt and sweet combination with a shed load of umami, perfect snacking for a crowd. Check out more of our best miso recipes here.
Check out our Bombay-style samosas. We cook the veg in water rather than frying them to make a lighter version of the classic samosa, ideal for healthy dinner party snacks.
Try these baby new potatoes wrapped in crispy bacon with a punchy, creamy harissa soft cheese dip. This simple bite-size potato skewers recipe make an easy party snack recipe.
Give this classic cheesy snack an Indian twist with crispy curried chickpeas and minty yogurt sauce.
Check out our indulgent crispy potato croquettes. Packed with smoked black pudding and creamy blue cheese, this recipe is perfect for an impressive canapé.
Try our crispy spring onion bhajis with a fresh and vibrant mint and coriander chutney. Make these bhajis for an impressive way to start your New Year's Eve party.
Hosting a party this New Year's Eve? Make our simple coronation chicken devilled eggs. This easy recipe combines a retro canapé with a simple classic British sandwich for the perfect party food.
Looking for quick and easy party food recipes? Check out these super simple party tartines. More substantial than canapés, these pretty open sandwiches will satisfy the greediest guests.
The easiest party finger food, ready in half an hour – these puff pastry tarts topped with goat’s cheese and figs make for the perfect canapé for a New Year's Eve party.
If you're looking for an alternative New Year's Eve canapé recipe, try these pork and prawn dumplings with our step-by-step guide. The chestnuts add a festive touch.
If you're looking to make a light canapé this New Year's Eve, why not make these avocado and prawn cocktail toasts. They're a modern twist on a prawn cocktail and count for one of your five a day. While they look fancy, they're easy and quick to make.
Thai fishcakes are great party food as you can fry them in advance and keep warm in the oven. The easy cucumber pickle adds an authentic Southeast Asian touch.
If you're hosting a New Year's Eve party, why not make a batch of nachos? These caramelised onion and chorizo nachos are cheesy, spicy and smoky. This easy recipe is great for a celebration and lots of fun to eat.
Try our gooey mozzarella sticks with a punchy dipping sauce for an indulgent finger food recipe. These make great sharing food, but will be very popular so make a few batches for your party.
These mini lobster rolls are easy to make but look impressive - perfect for hassle-free entertaining over new year.
Every party needs food with a spicy kick, and these fritters will tick that box. These spiced cod fritters are easy to snack on, and also make great nibbles before a dinner party.
These pork-belly skewers with Vietnamese caramel sauce make easy but impressive canapés for New Year's Eve. The pork belly makes a great alternative finger food dish.
Forget chips, we're making these avocado fries for our party this year. The creamy wedges of avocado are coated in toasty shards of crunchy corn tortilla are are great to snack on while seeing the new year in.
For more substantial party food jazz up whole baked camemberts with simple but luxurious vegetarian toppings, like wild mushrooms, maple pecans, cranberry with port and thyme or pine nuts, rosemary and garlic. These are show-stopping yet easy sharing food for your party this New Year's Eve.
This crowd pleaser is great scaled up for when you have unexpected guests round this festive season. All you need are some chicken thigh fillets, salad, mango chutney and soft rolls and you're finger food is sorted.
We love a cheese toastie, especially after a few glasses of Prosecco, so why not make this posh toasted cheese sandwich with added bacon, caramelised onion marmalade and figs this new year? Whip these up for your guests towards the end of the evening, after they've partied the night away!
Check out our vegetarian recipe for crunchy filo-baked fresh figs stuffed with peppered goat’s cheese. This recipe makes a great little nibble for your party that’s really easy to make.
These quick pork and bean tacos are the perfect finger food recipe for your New Year's Eve party that are slightly different from your average canapé. Put everything on the table and let people help themselves.
New Year's Eve party sharing dishes
Looking for dinner party ideas? Check out our sharing food recipes for New Year's Eve party to celebrate the new year. From fried chicken to mac and cheese, we've got indulgent dishes for you to try. If you're looking for more dinner party main dishes, click here
Looking for easy entertaining recipes? Make our crispy buttermilk-fried Frazzles chicken. This moreish recipe is the perfect way to feed a crowd at New Year's Eve.
These gluten free, slow-cooked lamb tortillas are great for a feast between friends. It's easy to make and everyone can get stuck in and make their own.
Sabrina Ghayour's recipe for sweet and smokey aubergine salad would make the perfect addition to a generous sharing spread. Infused with the flavours of Persia, it's a little bit of middle-Eastern magic for you and your friends to enjoy.
Check out our pulled lamb recipe with a sweet plum-sriracha marinade. This lamb is slow cooked for six hours and then is best served in the middle of the table for perfect sharing food for a dinner party.
If you love curry, you'll love our vindaloo recipe. Serve this curry with rice and homemade mint chutney at your dinner party as a great way to see in the new year.
Cooking for a crowd this New Year's Eve? Make our easy meatball lasagne recipe with sage and squash. This indulgent recipe will make it the best New Year's Eve party, just make sure to serve with lots of garlic bread.
Garlic bread is always a crowd-pleaser, especially at a party. This is our recipe for the best-ever tear-and-share garlic bread which not only looks fantastic, but is packed with mozzarella and parmesan as well as the garlic butter. Your guests won't want to leave the party.
If you're looking for show-stopping vegetarian recipes to make for your dinner party this new year, try our Persian aubergine bake. It's gluten free, too, so everyone at the party can enjoy it.
How do you make mac 'n' cheese even better? You add lobster. This impressive mac 'n' cheese recipe with lobster is a luxurious treat that would go down well with a hungry crowd at a New Year’s Eve celebration dinner.
New Year's Eve party puddings
Every party needs dessert, so check out our dessert recipes for a new year party. Whether you want chocolate dessert recipes or Baileys desserts, we've got a selection of recipes for desserts. If you want more recipes, check out our easy Christmas dessert recipes, here
Looking for an impressive dessert to serve family and friends at your party? Check out this show-stopping chocolate and hazelnut profiterole stack. With creamy Nutella filling and crunchy hazelnut brittle, this stunning recipe is the perfect end to a dinner party.
If you want a dessert that will wow your guests over the new year, this spiced rum bamkuchen will be just the thing. Not only does it look impressive, it tastes impressive too. With a warm spicy flavour, and a generous covering of sweet chocolate, it would be a great cake to end the year on.
Crisp on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside, struffoli are traditional treats from Naples, Italy, and are often served with honey and other sweet ingredients - perfect for the festive season. This dessert recipe is great sharing food for your party.
These baked blueberry doughnuts with lemon glaze look fantastic, taste delicious and are surprisingly easy to make. They're a great finger food dessert for your New Year's Eve party.
If you want a dessert that friends can just dig into, this is a great option. Rich and creamy, it's perfect for soaking up lots of Prosecco. Why not make a few desserts that you can just put out on the table and leave people to it?
This white chocolate salami is really easy to make but looks impressive. Slice and serve up to your party guests this New Year's Eve.
If you love egg custard tarts then you'll love Edd Kimber's Christmas inspired eggnog custard tart. Why not impress your guests with this dessert recipe, it may take a little time to make, but it's definitely worth it for your party this year.
Soak light and airy sponges in a mojito-infused sugar syrup, then cover with a zingy lime buttercream. This mojito cake will go down well at New Year's Eve with your hungry crowd.
Brownies are universally popular and are great for all occasions, so why not serve them on New Year's Eve? We suggest making a double batch of these indulgent brownies, as the first lot will be gone in minutes.
Looking for a show-stopping Baileys recipe to make to celebrate the end of the year? Try this pavlova with Irish cream for an easy dessert. If you want even more Irish cream recipes, click here
Everyone loves Spanish churros and they won’t be able to believe these are homemade! The rich, indulgent hot chocolate sauce is also delicious over ice cream. These treats will be a great addition to any New Year's Eve party spread.
These olive oil chocolate pots with orange and sea salt are seriously creamy and indulgent. They're super simple to make and are a great chocolate dessert recipe for your dinner party.
If you're a fan of savoury snacks, but fancy making a sweet nibble to offer your guests, make these sweet miso caramels. They're sweet and salty as well as being incredibly moreish. Pop a few on a plate and pass them around at New Year's Eve.
We've gone and put white chocolate and Baileys together to make this roulade. It's easy to make and requires very little effort, so you'll have even more time to party the night away.
Why not make our impressive frozen chocolate and ice cream dessert recipe for your party this year? This easy chocolate bombe recipe uses chocolate Swiss roll cake and Maltesers for extra indulgence and crunch. Make it ahead and then serve it at your New Year's Eve gathering.
Everyone loves a show-stopping dessert, and this salted caramel cheesecake recipe from Rosie Birkett has a salted butterscotch twist. You can make part of this recipe ahead so you have less to think about come New Year's Eve.
New Year's Eve cocktails
New Year's Eve wouldn't be complete without a few cocktails, so check out our favourite cocktail recipes. Whether you want alcoholic drinks recipes or non alcoholic drinks, we've got a selection of recipes from margaritas to Champagne cocktails and negroni cocktails. If you want more festive drinks recipes, click here
This cocktail brings a mojito and a glass of mulled wine into one glass. Warm and spicy with a silky texture, it's as festive as it gets. If you make the pear syrup in advance, it's incredibly quick and easy to make when your guests arrive at your party.
Marmalade mojitos make a deliciously jammy cocktail, made to look really delicious with mandarin slices and star anise. This cocktail recipe is quick to make and great for a party.
Our negroni sbagliato is a great festive fizz. Swapping gin for prosecco makes for a lighter negroni for your guests to enjoy at their party this year.
A great sparkling New Year's party cocktail. After you have decorated the Champagne flutes, chill them by putting in the freezer for a short while or filling with ice for a few minutes.
If you love Buck's Fizz, but fancy something non alcoholic this year, try this orange and rosemary fizz. The cinnamon and pomegranate makes it a great festive drink that everyone can enjoy on New Year's Eve.
Margaritas are great party cocktail and also make an ideal accompaniment to Mexican dishes. Our frozen margarita is perfect to cool your guests down through a night of dancing this new year, with sweet mango and a dash of lime.