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Six Savory Appetizer Ideas for New Year's Eve

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Now that Christmas has come and gone, it's time to start planning for New Year's Eve! From entrees to desserts, this holiday is the perfect time to celebrate with delicious recipes. What about appetizers?

Realistically, if you want to just incorporate a finger food theme into your New Year's celebration, you can just utilize all of the awesome appetizer recipe ideas out there. It's a great way to involve your kids in the kitchen as well.

Here are 6 easy and delicious New Year's Eve appetizer recipe ideas from a few of my favorite sites thanks to Pinterest and other resources across the wonderful world wide web:

Appetizer/Charcuterie Recipes

1. Spinach Balls by DIY Ready.

2. Baked Fajita Sliders by Picky Palate.

3. Crockpot Sweet and Tangy Asian Meatballs by Jo Cooks.

4. Shared Appetite has a Winter Holiday Charcuterie Board recipe for the Wine, Cheese, Meat & Crackers crowd.

5. With blue cheese, hummus, and red pepper jellies, this Christmas Charcuterie Board recipe by Rand Nutrition is a treat for the tongue as well as the eyes.

6. If you're feeling ambitious, try the Christmas Charcuterie Board by Number-2 Pencil. Fresh pomegranates, prosciutto and Salame di Parma, this charcuterie board is a small feast in itself.

And be sure to check our blog, 'Serving Festive Snacks for the Holidays' for more fun charcuterie ideas.

Sassafras Serving Boards

And of course you'll need serving boards–– Sassafras has quality serving boards made with baselina board, marble and mango wood in round and rectangular shapes. So durable and food safe, they'll last for many years to come.

With these recipes and our serving boards at your disposal, you simply can't go wrong!

Have a safe and Happy New Year!

Serving Festive Snacks for the Holidays

With the holidays here, present a charcuterie platter your friends will love! Start with a meat like prosciutto or salami and complement it with hard cheese, or accompaniments like olive assortments, jams or a tapenade.Have a wine and cheese party, or prepare a cheese board with a theme: select different cheeses from different regions of [...]

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