Ring in the New Year with Whipping Cream
Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean celebration time is over! It’s time to focus on what you’ll be doing for New Year’s. Here are some ways to incorporate whipping cream into all aspects of your celebration.SEE THE RECIPE
Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean celebration time is over! It’s time to focus on what you’ll be doing for New Year’s. Here are some ways to incorporate whipping cream into all aspects of your celebration.
Even though the holidays are over, gift-giving is always in style. Bring Homemade Hot Fudge Sauce as a host/hostess gift to your New Year’s Eve party.
Top Your Desserts
The traditional way to make your dessert extra special is to top it off with a dollop of freshly whipped cream. But did you know you can also freeze dollops of whipped cream? Just drop spoonfuls on a parchment-lined cookie sheet, freeze and take out of the freezer just before serving. This really comes in handy when entertaining – now you don’t have to worry about getting the mixer out when your guests are waiting for their desserts.
Warm Up with a Hot Beverage
While you’re waiting for the clock to strike midnight, warm up with a tasty treat in a glass. Mexican Hot Chocolate will surprise your guests with the hint of heat from cayenne pepper.
Make Brunch for Overnight Guests
We’ve all been there – waking up New Year’s Day and wondering what in the world you’re going to serve overnight guests. Don’t panic! Make Raspberry Almond French Toast Bake a day ahead, pull it out of the refrigerator in the morning and have your guests “ooh-ing” and “ahh-ing” over your impressive brunch! Happy New Year!
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