These New Year’s Eve appetizer recipes will add to any party! From finger foods to dips, we have you covered. Many of these recipes can be made ahead of time so you won’t spend all your time in the kitchen away from your guests.

Sausage Balls-These treats are absolutely delicious and so easy. This recipe can easily be doubled or even tripled.

New Year's Eve Appetizers

Mexican Sausage Balls-these are a twist on the classic. The salsa Verde dipping sauce is fantastic.


Southern Caviar-I’ve made this dip so many times and it is always a hit. You can make it the day before your party.


French Onion Dip-This is so good and it’s even better when you serve it with our Parmesan Baked Potato Wedges! It is also a dip that can be made ahead of time.


Cheesy Italian Pull-Apart Bread-this is an easy appetizer that is great served with marinara sauce or even salsa.


Water Chestnut Dip-It’s not a party at our house if this dip isn’t involved. It’s THAT good!


Best Ever Ham Sliders-These are great and the perfect finger food for any gathering! If you like Sliders, you can also try our French Dip Sliders, they are only 5 ingredients.

New Year's Eve Appetizers

Baked Pizza Dip-pizza lovers will flock to this dip!

Crock Pot Pepperoni Dip-this is also a huge hit with pizza lovers. It’s so easy to prepare and delicious.

New Year's Eve Appetizers

Anne’s Sausage and Cream Cheese Dip-a family favorite!

New Year's Eve Appetizers

Hot Artichoke Dip-a wonderful dip that is perfect on a cold New Year’s Eve!

No matter what you decide to do for New Year’s these appetizers will be a hit! Also, don’t forget to check out our 10 New Year’s Day food recipes.

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