Hors d’oeuvres for your New Year’s Eve party

Finding the perfect hors d’oeuvres for New Year's is tricky so we’ve found 10 recipes for you.

Guests always appreciate tasty morsels that have been prepared with some care at home, rather than by opening a packet and throwing the contents into a bowl. Here are few easy to make hors d’oeuvres to impress at your new year’s party.

Classic devilled eggs

You can’t go wrong with a classic like devilled eggs and if you want to take this crowd pleaser up a notch it’s easy to experiment with different toppings.

Get the recipe at Betty Crocker.

Garden fresh herbed cucumber flowers

These refreshing treats are quick and easy to make and are sure to be a crowd-pleaser on warm summer evening.

Get the recipe at Rosyscription.

Sausage stuffed mushrooms

These little mushroom delights have just the right balance of flavours, with hints of garlic, capsicum and onion.

Get the recipe at the Food Network.

Green goddess pistachio and goat cheese balls

Cheese, wine, and New Year celebrations all go hand in hand, making these cheese balls a perfect fit for your party.

Get the recipe from Bon Appetit.

Spinach puffs

Simple but delicious, these spinach puffs are certain to have people coming back for seconds, thirds, and more.

Get the recipe from Bon Appetit.

Garlic and herb pinwheels

These tasty treats are a new spin on garlic bread which will surely have leave your guests satisfied.

Get the recipe from Martha Stewart.

Heirloom tomato bruschetta

These are quick to make and just as quick to disappear. Your guests will be begging you to make them again and again.

Get the recipe from Martha Stewart.

Amaretto cheese filled apricots

These are the perfect accompaniment for wine to ring in the New Year.

Get the recipe from Betty Crocker.

Smoked salmon crisps

This tricky little dish will take your new year celebration to the next level and they’re sure to leave your guests smiling.

Get the recipe from Food and Wine.

Pepperoni caprese bites with basil

These are both easy to make and can be prepped ahead of time, meaning you can stay out of the kitchen and in the party.

Get the recipe from Authentic Suburban Gourmet.