You’re doing NYE wrong if you’re not counting down with a delicious cocktail in hand.

Whether you’re hosting a fabulous New Year’s party or staying cozy in your PJs with the boo, shake up a little something to celebrate the new year.

We found fabulous drink recipes you can quickly whip up — and they’re much better than a NYE kiss. Yep, we said it.

Pineapple Coconut Champagne Cocktail
This isn’t your typical NYE cocktail, but it’s sure to be a winner. You can’t go wrong with this deliciously sweet pineapple and coconut concoction!

White Russian Peppermint White Russian
If you’re feeling bummed that Christmas is almost over, keep the holiday spirit going with this festive drink. Plus, it only takes three ingredients to make this festive libation.

Cherry Ginger Bourbon Fizz
The New Year might be all about champagne, but this drink is too good to pass up. It’s great especially if you don’t want to be sipping on a fruity drink.

Pear Pear & Bubbles
Hosting a fancy affair? This glorious cocktail will fit right in. It’s got a dazzling presentation that’s sure to impress, but it tastes even better thanks to the refreshing pear.

Pom Spritzer Pomegranate Rosemary Spritzer
The rosemary garnish and pomegranate is just what you need to transition from Christmas into the New Year. Even though it might take a while to make, the fizzy pomegranate makes it so worth it.

Champagne Float Raspberry Pink Champagne Floats
How yummy does this float look? It’s part dessert, part alcohol — but whatever you call it, this float is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Raspberry Basil Raspberry Basil Champagne Cocktail
Tired of the chilly weather? This fruity champagne drink will remind you of the warm, summer days. That’s exactly the feeling you want going into the New Year, right?

Champagne Margaritas
Not a champagne fan? Try this fun concoction that blends the classic margarita taste with a bit of the New Year’s traditional drink.

French 75 French 75 Champagne Cocktail
This is a cocktail classic that’s perfect for counting down the final days of the year. It looks like your usual champagne toast, but has a few ingredients that make it taste a little more unique.

xx, The FabFitFun Team