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We've gathered up recipes for delicious meatless finger foods for your New Year's Eve party - or any special occasion.

New Year's Eve falls on a Friday this year, but there are plenty of festive options you can serve your family and friends. Whether you're hosting a party or celebrating earlier with the kids, you'll find delicious meatless party food ideas here.

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Oven-Fried Finger Food




Monica Portogallo shares a simple recipe to make your own appetizers!


Stuffed Bread




Danielle Heckenkamp's Stuffed Bread is hearty enough for a simple meal -- or slice it up to add to a party platter.


Crab Meat Bruschetta




Karen Ullo's Crab Meat Bruschetta makes a simple appetizer in just a few minutes.


Quick and Easy Nut-Free Hummus


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Got 5 minutes? That's all you need to make this allergy-friendly hummus dip, from our friend Rhonda Ortiz.


Greek Feta Pizza




Tanya Weitzel's Greek Feta Pizza recipe is a slam-dunk with kids and adults. Slice it into thin strips to make it an easy party appetizer.


Pretzels and Beer Cheese


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Erin McCole Cupp's Oktoberfest recipe is great for a party at any time of year, and fun for the family to make together.


Baba Ghanoush




Jeff Young shares a recipe for Baba Ghanoush, an eggplant dip that's a close cousin to hummus, from his cookbook, Around the Table with the Catholic Foodie.

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