New Years Eve Party Ideas

December 28, 2010 by  

New Years Eve Party Ideas, Last year was passed with pains and gains, every year comes with some happiness and some sorrows, anyways we need to enjoy the moments that we get in our busy life, and do you guys have any fun New Year’s Eve parties in the works? My husband and I decided to have some sort of fiesta last minute countdowns so I toast and champagne in my mind. I’ve been bookmarking ideas of snacks and drinks, and now it is time to take everything with hand, green decorations! Here are a few that are on my to do list: Watch these cute. Did not you love mini-food? They are a great New Year’s Party Idea: Not only are they cute, they are fun to prepare and submit. They are perfect for a party that you can enter them, pop in your mouth and move on to the next conversation.

That is why I am at their service at the feast of our New Year’s Eve….. The most tedious of this recipe is the onions caramelize. I’ll link to a great march forward and let me tell you, go ahead and make a big batch and then use them whenever possible. Hamburger topping, the topping on baked brie to throw on a salad, you’ll be glad you made them.

The caramelized onions add sweetness will live with this entry.

2 boxes/30 count frozen mini phyllo shells
1 / 2 sweet onion, thinly sliced, cut in half
4 oz reduced fat cream cheese, softened at room temperature
4 oz feta cheese

1. Start caramelize the onions.

2. While the onions are caramelized, stir together cream cheese and feta in a bowl and mix well.

3. When the onions are caramelized done, place them on a plate or bowl to cool slightly and preheat oven to 350 degrees.

4. Remove phyllo shells in the freezer, scoop a teaspoon of the mixture bit of cheese in each tart, garnish with half a teaspoon of onion. Bake for 8-10 minutes and serve.

The hostess with the mostess would probably serve a cheesecake with cranberries and banana for dessert at New Year’s Eve Party

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