12 New Year’s Eve Dessert Ideas to ring in the New Year With! If you need some dessert inspiration to help count down the clock this New Year’s Eve, I have a dozen ideas for you. Grab some champagne and your whisk and whip up one of these New Year’s Eve dessert ideas now!
So when I first moved to Boston, I was all about going on out on New Year’s Eve to some fancy party or big bash, getting all dressed up, and dancing the night away. Then fancy big bashes out turned to house parties to low key evenings in. Is that the definition of getting old? Probably. Of course my reasoning is that I really don’t want to pay a ridiculous cover fee to stand in a crowded room for what can only be called a sample of champagne at midnight.
I would much rather have my own bottle at home, with some good food and maybe a great dessert while I’m at it.
Raise your hand if you’re with me…your hands up right?
And before the New Year’s diet resolutions kicks in, can we indulge one last time with some fabulous desserts worthy of being the last bite of yummy goodness before the year is over? I rounded up some of my favorite desserts from Pinterest for you. Basically they made my jaw drop and I knew yours would too.
New Year’s Eve Dessert Ideas To Ring In The New Year!
So let’s get to it…
Champagne Cupcakes (with champagne buttercream!)
Champagne Cake Balls (Sugar and Soul)
White Chocolate New Year’s Eve Puppy Chow (The First Year)
No Bake Strawberry Champagne Cheesecake (Style Me Pretty)
Pomegranate Champagne Sorbet (The Cookie Rookie)
Champagne Poundcake (Blahnik Baker)
White Chocolate Champagne Fondue (The Seasoned Mom)
White Chocolate Champagne Cheesecake Shooters (The First Year)
Champagne Chantilly Shooters (Sprinkle Bakes)
Pink Champagne Macarons (Sprinkles For Breakfast)
Champagne Mousse Chambord (Life Love and Sugar)
Raspberry Champagne Cake (The Cake Blog)
There you go- 12 awe-inspiring totally knock your guests socks off with these fun New Year’s Eve desserts! So pop the bubbly- put some in your mixing bowl and in your glass 🙂
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