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Star-Studded Family New Year's Eve Celebration

Many of us are choosing to stay home on New Year's Eve and celebrate as a family, rather than hire a baby-sitter, go out and then worry about others on the road. So check out this casual, fun evening for families to share - good food, activities and plenty of shared memories!

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Sparkling Decorations

  • Make a starry centerpiece:

    • Cut stars from white construction paper for each member of your family. Ask each person to write a New Year's resolution in the center of the star and five special things they are most proud of for the past year near each point.

    • Glue straws or wooden sticks (available at craft stores) to the backs of the stars and decorate around the writing with colored glue and glitter. When dry, place them in a foam block and cover the block with colored shredded crepe paper (available near wrapping paper supplies) to use as a centerpiece.

  • Sponge-paint stars on bright blue or white napkins, using gold or silver paint, for your sparkling celebration.


Starry Night Food Fun


Starting New Traditions

  • Instead of eating at the dinner table, why not have your celebration meal at a coffee table? It's cozier and more intimate when everyone is seated on the floor (sit on pillows, if you wish!).

  • As you wait to ring in the new year, play 'Do You Remember When' about events that happened to family members during the past year. Start a memory book, listing the most memorable happenings of the past year. Each year, add new ones.

  • Make it a yearly tradition to spend New Year's Day filling up a photo album with photos and captions that capture the highlights from the past year.

Menu

Partner apple cider with cranberry juice for a new flavor twist on a popular hot drink.
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Looking for a 30-minute appetizer recipe? Then check out these wraps baked with sausages and Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent dinner rolls – perfect for any party.
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Bring Mexican flavors to your favorite snack food with Chex Mix® hot ‘n spicy snack mix coupled with Jack cheese, crumbled bacon and beef jerky pieces – a tasty munchie.
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Just four ingredients make the most irresistible dip that both kids and adults will enjoy.
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Asian-inspired riblets are coated with a sweet-salty basting sauce. They're finger-licking-good!
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What’s better than a warm cheesy dip? Try this spicy one with Totino’s® pizza snacks!
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Who says you need a snowman cookie cutter to make frosty cookies? Use a star-shaped cutter to create a new angle on snowmen cookies.
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