New Year's Eve Finger Foods That Will Fulfill the Last of Your Holiday Cravings

New Year's Eve Finger Foods That Will Fulfill the Last of Your Holiday Cravings

December 30, 2020

We've been making full course meals for months in a row now! People are sure to get hungry during your New Year's celebrations, but that doesn't mean you have to break out all of your pots and pans to cook yet another large meal. These finger foods will make cooking easy while also looking fancy and delicious. Cut down on the endless cleaning of forks and knives after your celebration with these delicious recipes.

Cheesy Bacon Spinach Dip

This dip could be the dip of your dreams! Not only will this dip change up your game, but it will also impress your guests. The trifecta of cream cheese, mayo, and sour cream are what makes this dip so delicious. With delish, Lindsay Funston had this to say about her recipe, "The smoky bacon bits make baked spinach dip feel a little fancier. But you can totally skip it. This dip has a lot going on with three different kinds of cheese; no one will miss the bacon."

Check out how to make this dreamy dip here.

Stuffed Mushrooms

Makinze Gore, with delish, had this to say about her amazing stuffed mushrooms recipe, "Baby Bella mushrooms are stuffed with garlicky, herby breadcrumbs and plenty of cheese. They make for an easy appetizer or a simple side dish. Stuff them ahead of time and bake them off when you're ready." If you have some loved ones that are vegetarian, this dish will be great for them to enjoy alongside all of your meat stuffed meals.

Pop into these delicious mushrooms here.

Toasted Ravioli

Switch out the traditional mozzarella sticks for these toasted plates of ravioli. Lauren Miyashiro had this to say about her recipe, "We are obsessed with ravioli, but most of the time we admit that the four pieces you get as a serving are not filling enough. That's why it makes the perfect app. Breaded and fried, it is so fun to eat ravioli with your hands and to dip it in plenty of marinaras." These delicious ravioli can also be cooked in the air fryer, meaning you can cut out all the additional oil.

Learn how to make this amazing dish here.

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