I’m in charge of all the cooking and baking this New Year’s Eve, and I’ve been searching for desserts for a while now. The thing I like best about these ideas are that they are bite sized desserts which means you and your guests can
devour sample a lot of them without feeling guilty! They’re colorful and fun, just as any NYE party should be!
Ball Drop Cupcakes. These cupcakes from Confessions Of A Cook Book Queen are fun, fancy, and yummy! Wait for the ball to drop with your very own!
Edible Horns. The only thing better than tooting a horn is eating one! This fabulous idea for edible horns from Hungry Happenings use sugar cones, melted chocolate, and colored sugar!
Champagne Vanilla Pudding. This fancy dessert from Family Fresh Cooking is a play off of the number one New Years ingredient- champagne!
Lemon Meringue Tarts. Lemon is my favorite thing so if it’s got lemon, I’m all about it! This finger food version of lemon meringue from The Mom Maven is light, tangy, and delicious!
Mini Ice Cream Cookie Pops. Grab one, grab five, these are small enough that you won’t be able to tell the difference! These little mini ice cream cookie pops from Pnp Flowers combine the best of both worlds. Warm gooey chocolate chip cookies and ice cold vanilla ice cream!
Banana Split Bites. These festive banana split bites from Bakers Royale are cuter, more practical, and even more delicious than a normal banana split. Perfect for New Years!
Vanilla Bean Donuts. These little bite sized donuts from Sprinkle Bites would be extra festive if you did them in silver or gold!
White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake. This delicious cheesy and fruity recipe from Desserted Planet would be perfect if you cut them in small bites so your guests could easily grab one and go!
Poptarts On A Stick. Clever, creative, and so simple! This easy recipe from Babble is just a matter of putting pop tarts on a stick! They look so much fancier this way!
Mini Cherry Pies. Impress your guests by making each of them their very own mini cherry pie with this recipe from Kitchen Simplicity. Nothing says delicious quite like a cherry pie.
Gumdrop Fudge. This fun take on fudge from Moms In A Blog would be perfect for New Years because it’s bright, colorful, and festive! Gum drops give it a fun spin that guests of all ages will love!
Chocolate Salted Caramel Cupcakes. Chocolate, caramel, and sea salt is my all time favorite flavor combo. The three just go together marvelously! This recipe from Bake Or Break would be a wonderfully decadent dessert for the evening!
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