Top 10 Tasty Mini Bites for New Year’s Eve Party

New Year’s Eve is coming upon us and everyone is very excited about the last party of the year. If you have plans for hosting your own party at home, you have to be very creative to satisfy your guests. The most important thing for the fantastic start of this special night is having delicious appetizers.

That’s why we’ve made this fantastic list of top 10 tasty mini bites for New Year’s Eve especially for those people who want to be the perfect host for their family and loved ones. Get the year off to a delicious start with these festive appetizers that will keep the party going past midnight!

Marinated Cheese

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Recipe via thekitchenismyplayground.com

Kicking this off with delicious tasty bites with a bang. Package cream cheese is used for this recipe but also can be replaced with other light-flavored, fresh goats, ewe’s, or indeed cow’s milk soft cheeses. You would not want anything strong and hard in order for the marination to properly go through without an overdose cheesy sensation. A great way to start a party. Colorful and flavorful, your guests will surely have a great time and will look forward to what will come next.

Sweet Potato Bites with Avocado and Bacon

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Recipe via thelawstudentswife.com

Gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free surely aren’t words that initially tick off your boxes of pure indulging yumminess. This recipe even can be vegan leaving out the bacon. This is a must-try for any occasion. It will not only be appealing to the eye with the likes of the deep orange color of the sweet potato, the lime glossy green of the avocado, and the earthy deep purply brown of the bacon also adding smokiness to the end result. Super mouth fun.

Mini Twice-Baked Potato Appetizers

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Recipe via karenskitchenstories.com

Comfort food meets the cocktail happy hour. Mini potatoes boast in flavor and are a great favorite to kids and adults alike and perfect for any party occasion. Made with freshly grated parmesan cheese and a little sprinkle of bacon, it’s a carbonara potato kinda treat! A little tricky by having to bake them twice but so delicious. Perfect with a little sour cream and chive dip. Replace the small potato with a great big one and enjoy it as a meal!

Soy Sesame Salmon Tartare with Avocado

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Recipe via jeanetteshealthyliving.com

A celebration surely can not have smoked salmon written all over it. What’s brilliant about this recipe is that no cooking is involved, just great, simple, and raw ingredients. Refreshing with cucumber and soya sauce. If the cucumber isn’t your thing as your canape base, another great way to serve them is blinis or nothing else says party like a martini glass to serve them in. And you’ll win your guests over.

Chestnut Hummus with Thanksgiving Pita Chips

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Recipe via busyinbrooklyn.com

Hummus all over the world has boomed and is now part of our everyday vocabulary and in most conversations. Originally from Egypt and unbelievably enough dating back to the 13th century. It has never lost its longevity. Simple to achieve in most kitchens with reasonably easy ingredients to find, this dip is perfect for an Eve to remember. And the Chestnuts will add that very jolly merry addition to it by adding nutty flavors to your mix. It’s a perfect bite-size.

Gorgonzola and Rosemary Cream Puffs

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Recipe via bettycrocker.com

Gorgonzola is one of the most complex yet satisfying cheese. This Italian creamed, blue-veined, nutty cheese is a great vegetarian bite size all in one goodness option. It will have your guests asking for more so make sure to double up in your kitchen. The pistachios add a lovely crunch and color to the finished product. Guaranteed will be a huge hit.

Guacamole Bruschetta

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Recipe via justataste.com

Bruschettas have been seen on every Italian menu throughout the world no matter where you come from. Chances are, you’ve sampled them already and fell in love with their pleasing and refreshing flavors thanks to the cilantro. By rubbing the garlic onto the toasted baguette bread (or any other bread that is rather consistent) you’ll bring out all the flavors of the guacamole. The great thing about this garlic-rubbed bread is that the combination of what can be put over it is endless. It’s all about having fun…

Crispy Ravioli with Marinara Sauce

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Recipe via onceuponaplate.blogspot.com

One might expect that ravioli is best served in a big bowl with whatever sauce at the time you feel like making and eating. Making your own pasta to make the ravioli is like making bread yourself and baking it. There are literally very few other things in the world so pleasing as a result. This recipe makes perfect sense and is also served on spoons, so no double-dipping by others. Its individuality makes this a great way to present your bite-size spoon adding a great presentation.

Coconut Shrimp with Dipping Sauce

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Recipe via bettycrocker.com

Sometimes we have the classics and sometimes we have simple yet incredible out of the ordinary flavors in one bite-size. And this recipe is nothing but brilliance. In this instance has got to be the panko crispy crumbs making them the crispiest thing ever. Think also of making your own pineapple salsa with a little cilantro, fresh lime juice, and red spicy chili. Great flavor mini bites.

Caviar and Creme Fraiche Tartlets

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Recipe via mealplannerpro.com

Nothing at all says New Year’s eve without a little indulgence. Caviar tartlets. For this recipe, you can use any fish caviar from every day today on to the very exclusive ones. You can use from Baeri caviar to Beluga (one of the oldest, silver-grey looking sturgeon caviar). Pairs and presents well in a tart shell alongside beautiful creme fraiche and chives. This will make everyone’s taste buds feel like they went to a funfair.

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