These Vegan Party Recipes for New Year’s Eve are fun, easy, tasty and will make your party the best ever!
Vegan New Year’s Eve Recipes
Drinks and Cocktails
Ah, an elegant cocktail that really packs a punch. Champagne with pears is a classic combination but add vanilla vodka to the mix and whoa. Instant celebration!
Ring in the New Year with a zingy Blood Orange Champagne Mule. That kick of lime and ginger beer with a blood orange tang makes for a drink that you won’t soon forget.
Liven up your New Year’s Eve soiree with this eye-catching cocktail. These gorgeous turquoise concoctions help create the mood while their tropical taste will have your guests begging for more.
You know what makes apple cider even more delicious? Champagne, of course! And you know what kicks it even further over the top? A little splash of brandy! Apple cider mimosas, y’all.
Imagine intermingling the flavors of ginger, brandy, pear nectar and champagne. Next stop Mount Olympus because this is a cocktail that is fit for the Gods.
New Year’s Eve is cranberry season’s last hurrah, so why not make them shine by serving up this decadent cocktail. Tart and sweet, they’re an ideal way to greet the New Year!
Sparkling Paloma isn’t an internet beauty influencer, it’s a delicious holiday drink! Refreshing and bubbly with tequila, grapefruit and pink sparkling wine — a perfect way to say Happy New Year!
A tropical island breeze is filling the air with the scent of pineapple and coconuts. Wait, it’s New Year’s Eve, someone left the door open and that lovely smell is my Pineapple Champagne Cocktail.
Something called Brandy Milk Punch can, in fact, be vegan. It’s a gingerbread spice-infused almond milk, plus a little brandy and coffee liqueur to warm those cockles.
It was New Year’s Eve and champagne was hanging around. Then cranberry and lime showed up and really got people talking. Before we knew it, the party was abuzz with champagne cranberry cocktails.
It’s a good night when you have tequila. It’s a good night when you have champagne. With both, it’s an epic celebration! Happy New Year, y’all!
Need a super easy appetizer to impress the friends this New Year? Carrots in a Blanket are adorable, pick-up-able and fun for all ages. They’re also totally vegan and simple to make.
13. Veggie Rolls
Vegan sushi? Oh, it’s a thing. Zucchini wrapped around the freshest veggies with vinegar soaked cashews standing in for rice. What a healthy way to start the New Year!
14. Cowboy Caviar
Oh no! Your bossy friend wants you to bring a dip, a side dish, an appetizer and a salad over. Tasty and colorful Cowboy Caviar can be all four.
Who wants crispy fried mushrooms? The problem is, it can be hard to find one with a vegan-friendly breading. This one’s it and has a garlicky crunch to boot!
Attention all gluten-free souls mourning the loss of pretzels — your wish has come true. There’s a gluten-free soft pretzel bite that’s totally dip-able and it has your name on it.
Behold — the ultimate hummus platter! A bowl of mouthwatering hummus in the center of an eye-catching assortment of dippers and nibbles. Perfect for any gathering or healthy meal for one.
In a sushi situation, don’t you long for a vegan option? Roasted sweet potato sushi is the solution. Maple and sesame-infused sweet potatoes are surrounded with vinegared rice. Serve with wasabi and pickled ginger.
Feeling left out at hummus time because you’re not a fan of chickpeas? You gotta try this black-eyed pea hummus with a spicy jalapeño twist.
Talk about a tasty appetizer that is so easy to make. Roll up tortillas with some pinto beans, salsa, basil and sun dried tomato pesto and then slice. Instant party favorite!
There’s no reason that vegans shouldn’t enjoy munching on a cheesy cracker. This recipe has all of the spice and savory appeal of your favorite snacks without being unhealthy.
First there’s that bruschetta crunch. Then you get the creamy vegan cottage cheese. The tang of the tomatoes barrels in with the unctuous earthiness of the avocado. This is a vegan taste tour de force!
Only have 15 minutes before the guests come? Don’t panic! Whip up this easy vegan “cheese” ball in 10 minutes using vegan cream cheese, herbs de Provence, dried cranberries and almonds. Let the dipping begin.
If you put out this ultimate snack spread, the vegans will most certainly come. It’s colorful, it’s delectable, it’s everything you think it will be and more. Get ready for an onslaught.
Take a tortilla and slather it with white bean hummus. Then add spinach leaves, pine nuts and sun-dried tomatoes. Roll that baby up and slice. Boom. An appetizer everyone will adore.
26. Corn Dog Bites
Want to dupe a crowd of non-vegans? Set down these vegan corn dog bites, make a ketchup and mustard dipping station and then stand back and watch them chow down. They’ll never know.
If you’ve never tried sweet potato and avocado together, you’re missing out! These little appetizer bites are easy to assemble and will please a crowd every time.
It doesn’t get much easier than this! Who knew crescent roll dough, vegan butter, herbs, spices and some vegan cheese could make such an addictive, pull-apart snack?
These little fruit salads are not only pretty to have on a table, they are healthy and taste amazing. It’s a dose of no-guilt fruity sweetness to start the New Year!
Ready for an easy treat? Soak your grapes in some champagne and then roll them in sugar. That’s it! So easy and such an elegant little bite for New Year’s Eve.
It’s time for Jaffa Cakes — those chocolaty treats stuffed with orange goodness prized by every English boy and girl. This version is even vegan and gluten-free!
Celebrate the New Year in the sweetest way possible — with a batch of champagne cupcakes! These are light, fluffy and taste super festive while being vegan and gluten-free.
As far as I’m concerned, champagne should be everywhere during a New Year’s Eve celebration. This silky champagne custard ups the ante of holiday fun and you won’t get tipsy eating it.
Happy New Year! Help everyone celebrate by making these adorable cranberry mimosa bundt cakes. Moist and sweet, the orange glaze takes them over the top of delicious.
You deserve to finish off the year with the most decadent, sinfully tasty dessert you can imagine. Soft Nougat Crème Brûlée is the pot of gold at the end of this year’s rainbow.
Light, sweet and festive, this pretty dessert rings in the New Year without weighing you down. Champagne, pomegranate juice and a little sweetener is all you need to make this charming treat.
37. Champagne Jello
I’ve heard that there’s always room for Jell-O — and it turns out to be true, especially when it has champagne in it! Add some strawberries and just try to not smile.
Wagon Wheels — chocolate cookies stuffed with chia jam and a cream center — will show your New Year’s Eve guests that you take their dessert needs seriously.
For maximum impact with minimal work, chocolate-dipped mandarins are the ideal New Year’s Eve bite. They are so easy and will look absolutely gorgeous on the table next to the champagne.
Edible decorations are all the rage and these cake pops will bring an instant festive touch to your New Year’s Eve celebration.
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38 Fun Vegan New Year's Eve Recipes (Party Food & Drinks)
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