Ring in 2014 with delicious finger foods, desserts galore and a hint of glitter!
Make it a sweet new year with this colorful confetti cake.
Put a fresh spin on the traditional mimosa -- minus the alcohol -- with cranberry juice and a fizzy mixer.
How do you give vegetables an extra dose of kid appeal? Start with bell peppers, fill them with seasoned beef and rice, and top them off with sauce and cheese.
Create ice cream treats that add festive flair to your New Year's Eve celebration.
Corn bread croutons add a kid-friendly, Southern spin to this classic salad. It's a great starter for New Year's Eve.
This satisfying, cheesy dip steals the show at any holiday gathering, and it's well-suited for teaching young cooks the basics of sauce-making and presentation.
This colorful Southern dish of black-eyed peas and rice is traditionally served on New Year's Day to bring good luck.
Grab a spoon and toast the New Year with a cool, sparkly dessert that wiggles.
A great way to zing-up crackers, breadsticks, veggies and more.
Hungry partygoers will cheer our silvery "midnight" snack, inspired by the famed New York City original.
Bake a timely treat this New Year's Eve with these clock cookies.
A party that centers around mac and cheese? Yes, please!
If there were national sauces, Chimichurri would be Argentina's. Marry that with the country's splendid beef and you've got a winning combination. The sauce will keep for weeks in the fridge and is handy to dress up pork, chicken even salad.
Cheese, pepperoni, olives, and other classic pizza toppings make this flavorful salad a sure hit.
Berry Mimosa Mocktail
Stuffed Bell Peppers
New Year's Hats
Corn Bread Cobb Salad
Mozzarella Provolone Bruschetta
Chile Con Queso
Bubbly Jell-O® Parfait
Easy Pepperoni Pizza Dip
Times Square Ball
DIY Mac and Cheese Bar
Ricotta Spinach Dip
Grilled Hanger Steak with Chimichurri Sauce
Creamy Frosted Grapes
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