Festive sausage roll wreath on a chopping board

When partying can only be a small gathering for a select few, these New Year’s Eve recipes are guaranteed to make your celebration that little bit extra special.

From using quality ingredients to give your dishes the edge to trying something a little bit different, these New Year’s Eve party food ideas will ensure your night is one to remember. So grab your loved ones, pick up a glass of fizz and see in the new year in style!

 

Because it wouldn’t be New Year’s Eve without some bubbles! And with a little dash of cognac and a spritz of bitters, this one is extra special. Fizz that comes with a kick!

 

Featuring both classic sausage rolls and gorgeous veggie cheese rolls, this epic sausage roll wreath makes the perfect party centre-piece everyone will want to dive into

 

For when you need some nibbles to go with a glass of fizz, this tasty butter will have everyone coming back for more. It’s such a simple recipe you can easily bring together, for the most satisfying mouthful.

 

The combination of smoked salmon and horseradish is just a winning combo that works every time, and gives you bang for your buck. Just make a few extra – these will be gone before you know it!

 

This Mexican street food-inspired recipe is another DIY combo that really works at parties. People will have so much fun topping their tortillas with everything from refried beans and avocado to a fried egg and chorizo. Get that fiesta started in your living room!

 

For a sharing plate with a difference, this Italian-inspired dish is definitely one to try. Using seasonal veg, which you dip into a garlic and anchovy-infused sauce, it’s absolutely knockout.

 

What could be more fun than building your own duck pancakes? Try to buy the best meat you can afford for the fullest flavour – Jamie’s favourite is Creedy Carver free-range duck from Devon. Give it a try.

 

By poaching the pears with ginger and vanilla, you create fruit that’s bursting with sweet, warming flavours. Then when you snuggle them in a flourless sponge, you have a cake that really delivers. Perfect with a spoonful of crème fraîche.