I couldn’t help but squeeze one last blog post into 2019, because this one is so simple and is a perfect appetizer to make to ring in the new year! My family has an on-going new year’s eve dinner tradition that I love. We always get together as a family to game plan our appetizer line up, then my mom gathers all the ingredients and makes all the yummy treats. (Don’t worry…we help too). For “dinner” we just fill up our plates with snacks. What’s better than that?! You get a little taste of everything and can keep going back for more until you’re stuffed! It’s the perfect way to indulge one last time before the holiday season is over. Whether you’re braving the crowd to celebrate with friends or staying in and celebrating in pj’s and eating appetizers like me, this easy apple and brie appetizer takes no time to throw together so you can enjoy them before heading out, bring them with you to a party, or snack on them while hanging on the couch.
Can’t believe I’m about to type this, but another year has came and went. It’s been a very busy year for me, but mostly full of all good things. Hopefully your year has been full of good things too, and if not, it’s time to leave the old one in the past and welcome in a new one! If you’re planning to usher in the new year with family and friends, make sure to download this printable New Years Eve party banner for some easy party decor!
Today I’m going to be rounding out the New Years Eve champagne tasting party with part three! We’re talking about a super yummy recipe and some awesome (and easy!) champagne tasting party DIY’s today too.
Plus, I have a few more fun printables for you as well! You’d think it was Christmas today 😉
I know that wine is a big deal. BIG. But for some reason, I’m just not a huge wine drinker. Probably because I like my sips sweets, and I just haven’t acquired the taste for the dry whites or the bold reds, but I can’t really get into them. One thing I can get on board with…? Champagne!
Not only does it feel special and celebratory when you drink it, but it pairs well with so many different juices and syrups to completely change the flavor. I’m a big fan. So when I started planning a little get together for New Years Eve, I wanted to put a fun spin on the traditional wine tasting party and change it up for someone who doesn’t really love wine.
So what did I do…? I created a fun champagne tasting party instead!