Lisa Faulkner’s NYE inspo
Celebrating NYE at home doesn’t have to be any less special than going out – who knows? It might even be better! To help you prep and sparkle up your home, we’ve asked chef and author, Lisa Faulkner, to share her top tips on making this NYE one to remember (and a tasty one too).
Kids will love these mini pizzas with mega flavour. Super cheesy and with a crispy crust, you’ll get six topped with pepperoni and six vegetarian ones. Cook for ten minutes at 180°C and dig in.
Offering an exciting twist on a classic game, Uno Showdown is a great way to keep the whole family entertained while you wait for the big countdown.
Is it just us, or does mini-sized food just taste better? Either way, these little cones of pastry-rolled scallops cooked with citruses and cream are a joy to eat, as well as the ideal NYE nibble.
Treat yourself to these light and morish choux pastries, filled with smooth cream and layered with a rich chocolate sauce. The best part? They’re ready to eat – just unpack and tuck in.
This assortment of 30 flaky mini puffs are the perfect party starters. The selection includes a tasty variety of tomato and basil squares, ricotta and spinach rolls, goat’s cheese rolls and finally diamond shapes with black olives – all to be enjoyed indulgently.
Rosé meets sparkling wine in this Italian aperitif. Its fragrant bouquet, fresh fruity flavour and gentle mousse make it a great choice for parties and is delicious served with fresh strawberries.
This sparkling red and white grape juice is a great alternative to alcoholic drinks and isn’t any less festive! It’s also a top choice if you want some fizz for the kids.
Nice drinks deserve nice glasses. Go with these elegant, fine-edged crystal glasses from Villeroy & Boch and you’ll be ready to celebrate. Cheers!
Check out this recipe for Lisa’s NYE cocktail.