New Year’s Eve Appetizers

Here’s some of our favorite appetizers to ring in the new year.  Happy 2011 to all of you!

37 comments

  1. I highly recommend the chicken fingers, stuffed pizza rolls & creamy chicken taquitos! All three were a huge hit with my family and there were no leftovers of any of the three the first time I made them! There was nearly a fight over the pizza rolls between my 6 yo & DH. 🙂

    Want to try the teryaki skwers & caramel popcorn next!

  2. Oh my gosh…you had to post this didn't you!?

    I may have to stay in "town" for New Years, JUST to make some of this! We PLANNED to just cut up a chunk of caribou heart and eat that, since we're going on our snow machines, to camp…no running water, no food,and a wood stove. UGH.

    (Hey, maybe I can make caramel corn and bring it!)

  3. Thank you so much for posting this! My street is hosting a progressive appetizer dinner and I am hosting one of the houses. Until this post, I wasn't sure what I was going to make. You are a lifesaver!!!

  4. ooh caramel toffee dip! oh my I am going to the store today to get everything to make that. I am always looking for new ways to get the kids to eat fruit. Even if they have to dunk it in sweetness! I made the pizza bites a few weeks ago and they were a big hit.

  5. I made a bunch of these for the BYU football game last week. I got rave reviews about the teriyaki bacon chicken skewers and the roasted red pepper dip. I can't wait to try some more of these.

  6. Yummm, I made the bacon wrapped little smokies last night to take with us for New Years. The Cinabon popcorn is AMAZING, everyone loved it. I keep printing out your recipes to try and now I see some new ones to add!

    Happy New Year

  7. I went to a baby shower a few months ago and they had little Dixie cups (3 oz size) with three (or so) Tablespoons of Ranch in the bottom and julienne cut (sliced long way) veggies sticking out. WAY easier than that blob of ranch or other dip on the plate.

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