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21 Holiday Appetizers, Lucky New Year's Foods and New Year's Eve Party Ideas


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New Year's Party FoodsGear up for the new year with fun slow cooker appetizer recipes for entertaining, lucky foods for New Year's Eve, and foods for New Year's Day with these 21 Holiday Appetizers, Lucky New Year's Foods and New Year's Eve Party Ideas. Included in this collection, you'll also find some fun crafty ideas for hostess gifts and more from our friends at


Whether you're in search of New Year's party appetizers for New Year's Eve, or want to start the year new year off right with lucky foods for the new year, this collection has them all. We've got tasty New Year's Eve party recipes--all of which you can make in your slow cooker. We're also featuring good luck foods, with dishes containing lucky ingredients such as beans, pork, fish, and more.


Get everything you need with this handy collection. We also are featuring some crafty ideas for your New Year's celebration, courtesy of our friends at


21 Holiday Appetizers, Lucky New Year's Foods and New Year's Eve Party Ideas


New Year's Eve Party Foods


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New Year's Eve Party Appetizers

New Year's Party Food

Looking for the perfect New Year's Eve party appetizers? Plan your New Year's Eve appetizer party menu with our help, and throw the ultimate New Year's Eve celebration with these New Year's Eve party appetizers you can make in your slow cooker. These festive recipes create the easiest appetizers for you and your guests! They don't require a lot of preparation and are sure to be a hit at your holiday celebration. Plus, we've included flavors that will please anyone. From slow cooker party meatballs, to zesty chicken wings, baked brie, artichole spinach dip and more, there is something for everyone in our collection of New Year's Eve Party Recipes.


  1. Slow Cooker Glazed Bacon Wrapped Sausage Bites
  2. Artichoke Spinach Dip
  3. Sweet and Smoky Slow Cooker Cocktail Meatballs
  4. Beer-Glazed Honey Lime Chicken Wings
  5. Easy Barbeque Pork Sliders
  6. Caramelized Onion and Cranberry Toasts
  7. Slow Cooker Stuffed Mushrooms
  8. "Baked" Brie Slow Cooker Recipe



Lucky Foods for the New Year

Lucky Foods for the New Year

Make some lucky New Year's foods on New Year's Eve or on New Year's Day to ring in the new year. Lucky foods for the new year are eaten around the world to mark the holiday and bring good fortune. Pork is said to represent progress. Fish is believed to represent luck in finances, fertility, health, and harvest. Round cakes, like our Slow Cooker Lemon Love Cake (recipe below), and (round foods in general) are thought of as lucky because they represent the idea of "coming full circle." Other lucky foods include, noodles (long life), black eyed peas (food fortune), beans (wealth and abundance), cabbage and other greens (wealth), and figs and other fruit (fertility and prosperity). No matter what lucky foods you choose to enjoy in the new year, you're sure to love the recipes we've collected for you.


  1. Asian Shredded Pork and Noodle Salad
  2. Slow Cooker Southern Black Eyed Peas
  3. Slow Cooker Bacon Baked Beans
  4. 4-Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Golden Ranch Gravy
  5. Slow Cooker Salmon Fillets with Asian Style Vegetables
  6. Lucky Corned Beef and Cabbage with Horseradish Mashed Potatoes
  7. Slow Cooker Lemon Love Cake
  8. Steamed Fig Pudding


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Crafty New Year's Eve Party Ideas

Crafty New Year's Eve Party Ideas

Dress up your bottle of wine when attending a New Year's Eve party. Make your own stylish little black dress with adorable lace to wear out on the town, and complement it with a cute and crafty hand bag. Find these ideas and more among this collection of crafty New Year's Eve Party ideas, courtesy of our friends at


  1. Zippy Wine Bottle Cover
  2. 6 Free Casserole Carrier Patterns + 16 Other Food Transport Ideas
  3. Friday Night Bag
  4. DIY Little Black Dress
  5. 30 Craft Organizers: Sewing Organizer Patterns for the New Year




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