Simple New Year’s Eve Recipes for Kids

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. Are you ready? Better yet, are your kids? In our home we try to keep all holidays simple and stress free to limit any meltdowns and sensory overload, but we still like to have fun. Having a few simple New Year’s Eve recipes on hand, makes planning just a little bit easier and will help you celebrate New Year’s Eve with your kids.

10 Simple Recipes for New Years Eve with Kids

10 Simple New Year’s Eve Recipes for Kids

Edible party horns are delicious but not near as noisy as the real ones.

Kids will love these fun confetti cookies to celebrate the New Year.

Who said making treats has to be hard? These cookies are delicious and only 3 ingredients, which leaves plenty of time for celebrating.

Mocktails are a great way to include the kids and they will love these sparkling drinks made with candy.

New years Eve Recipes for Kids

For some festive and fun treats, you could add to the fun with these amazing jello push pops. I think even the adults would get a kick out of these!

I know my kids would love these edible fairy wands to bring in the new year with style.

You could go completely simple with a nice batch of kettlecorn popcorn.

If you have a little bit of time before the big day, you could whip up a batch of rainbow gummy snacks.

Kids will love making a yummy batch of chocolate fondue to dip their favorite fruits in.

Have left over milk and cookies from Santa? Your kids will love this adorable spin on the classic.

More Ideas for Celebrating New Year’s Eve with Kids

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These 5 Simple Tips will help you celebrate New Year’s Eve with any age child. I especially love the tip about midnight!

You might like this printable and video to remember the year and get ready for the New Year.

What are your favorite recipes for celebrating the New Year with your kids? I would love to see them and hear all about them!

 

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