These 15 New Year’s Eve Snacks for Kids are delicious and so fun to make! If you’re ringing in the new year at home with your kids, these festive treats will be a huge hit.
Since becoming parents, we always celebrate at home, but that certainly doesn’t mean it has to be boring. There are so many ways to make it fun!
15 New Years Eve Snacks for Kids
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For a healthy but awesome treat, make fruit rockets with grapes and berries with this yummy recipe from Eats Amazing!
Countdown with these yummy Oreo cookie clocks. If there is an Oreo involved, I’m in! via Pint-Sized Baker.
Pillsbury’s crescent dippers are easily shaped into the numbers of the new year. What a fun snack!
We are loving this idea from Hungry Happenings to make your favorite pinwheels, and then line them up to spell out 2020!
New Year’s Eve Treats
Champagne cake balls are my favorite NYE dessert! Check out the recipe from The Seasoned Mom! Just replace the champagne with a non-alcoholic option for kids.
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Make a NYE inspired snack mix with Cheerios, Chex, pretzels, and white chocolate. Check out the recipe on Sports Mom Survival Guide.
Cheers to the new year with milk shots! What a fun idea from Jo-Lynne Shane.
One of my favorite New Year’s Eve snacks is this eggnog dip from It’s Written on the Walls. It goes perfectly with vanilla wafers!
New Year’s Eve Desserts for Kids
Put marshmallows on a stick and decorate with colored sugar, with this idea from The Decorated Cookie.
Use ice cream cones to make edible party horns. They’re much quieter than the original! Check out Hungry Happenings for the tutorial!
Make NYE puppy chow with white chocolate and gold sprinkles! We love this festive idea from The First Year Blog!
Your kids will love these awesome sparkling jello push pops from Modern Parents Messy Kids.
New Year’s Eve Party Food
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Make pizza for dinner and mold the crust into the year with this fun recipe from Fun On A Dime!
Add Perrier to a little cotton candy to make the most fun NYE drink ever – Vicky Barone‘s sparkling cotton candy!
For a fun sparkling drink that’s kid-friendly these gummy bear mocktails topped off with rock candy are perfect. Check out the recipe on Modern Parents Messy Kids.
How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Kids
New Year’s Eve is one of my favorite holidays to spend with my daughter because of all of the special traditions we started after she was born.
Every Christmas, Santa brings a couple new board games for our New Year’s Eve Game Night! We combine a couple of glam pieces with comfy, new pajamas, binge-watch Harry Potter, and play her new games. We also always make some of our favorite snacks, including a birthday cake for the new year!
One of our favorite things to do is to open up our Gratitude Jar for the year, and read through all of the amazing blessings. We also use a bouquet of balloons with each hour written on one balloon, and we pop them as the hours go by. Then, we write our our goals, hopes, and dreams for the new year. We wrap it up with karaoke, and then watch the ball drop!
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Tell us how you plan to celebrate the New Year in the comments below!