New Year’s Day Menu

Our new Year’s Day Menu tends to usually include traditional foods which we love. This year’s New Year’s Day menu is no exception.

Do you tend to stick with traditional foods for your New Year’s Day menu?

New Year’s Day Menu

Baked Leg Quarters

Hoppin’ John

Grilled Cabbage Steaks with Bacon

Waffle Iron Cornbread

Crescent Apple Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Drizzle

Baked Chicken Leg Quarters

Baked Chicken Leg Quarters pictured above found here. 

We enjoyed our leg quarters prepared above with succotash served on a bed of rice.

Southern Hoppin John Recipe

Our Old Fashioned Southern Hoppin John recipe will be great with our New Year’s Day meal but we may just have a pot full for weeknight dinner anytime during the winter months. Be sure to Pin this recipe for your winter menus also.

Stovetop Grilled Cabbage Steaks

Grilled Cabbage Steaks with Bacon are prepared on a stovetop griddle and are ready to eat in a matter of minutes.

Waffle Iron Cornbread

Life is short, have some fun in the kitchen by making your cornbread in the waffle iron!

Our Waffle Iron Cornbread is great with all of our winter soups and stews and perfect for our New Year’s Day menu.

One of my favorite things is life is ‘coffee and conversation’ time with friends and family. That’s exactly what I have planned for our dessert today.

Crescent Apple Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Drizzle

Crescent Apple Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Drizzle are prepared with only 7 ingredients. It may seem like it takes hours so let’s just keep that our little secret.

Visit our Menu Planning page for weekday, holiday and special event menu ideas throughout the year.

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One Comment

  1. We always have pork roast with greens and black eyed peas in the form of cowboy caviar, but I’m drooling over your cinnamon rolls! I think I’ll add those to the menu next year!

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