NYE Sweets & Drink Recommendations
Now that we have the decorations dealt with for your house for New Years Eve we need to have some sweets and drinks to offer your guests.
Decorate some cookies to create an easy, but festive look to your food table. A easy way to do this is with Champagne cookie shapes and create champagne bubbles.
Wow, what a year it has been! Can you believe 2017 is right around the corner? Time to start thinking about how you are going to ring in the New Year! These New Years Confetti Clock Cookies will be perfect for any party large or small. Even if it’s just you and the kids, they will love the little surprise on the inside of these cookies!
Get White Fudge Oreos (or you can dip them yourself in white chocolate) and draw a clock with an icing pen, then go over it with black icing. If you’re fancy, you can draw roman numerals instead of numbers.
The chocolate-dipped cherries will look beautiful on the table during a meal, and can be served alongside other desserts as a decorative yet delicious accent that won’t weigh everyone down.
The cake part is light and sweet with subtle hints of champagne (I went for a sweet rose type), but the buttercream? This buttercream is close to the best frosting that I have ever had in my life.
Looking for a signature drink to ring in the New Year with? Try this delectable concoction. It’s totally festive and appropriate for New Year’s Eve. Don’t you think? This is a drink that’s sweet and creamy.
You can keep your vanilla ice cream and root beer floats, this grown up float with homemade tangerine sorbet and chilled sparkling wine is all I’ll even need. The combo of orange citrus (and really you can use whatever you like- tangerine, oranges, clementines, etc) and your favorite sparkling wine is going to wine you over too, I promise.
Sparkly and delicious! This vibrant New Years Eve Champagne Punch is a 5-ingredient wonder for the holidays!