All dressed up for Trick-or-Treating
This post is extremely late, but as always we have been busy, busy, busy! I hope everyone had a fun-filled Halloween & is recovering from their sugar-highs! Thought I’d share one of the recipes from our Halloween pre-trick-or-treating get together (better late than never)! I always try to incorporate some festive Halloween food into the menu like bone breadsticks, tombstone pizza rolls, witches brew dip, etc. Need an idea? Check out Pinterest it’s chock full of spooky Halloween goodies! This month has been crazy so I actually toned it down a hair, but couldn’t skip one of our all-time favorites (in any form), Mummy Dogs! Here is how we make them:
You need: pkg. of hotdogs, can of crescent rolls, ketchup & mustard for dipping
Makes: 8 mummies
Roll out your crescents & pinch seems together.
Use a pizza cutter to cut your crescents in strips.
Wrap your strips around the hotdog for a traditional mummy dog!
Want to get a little crazy? Cut your hotdog mummy some arms & legs…
and wrap the strips like this. This isn’t a perfectionist things… any old messy wrapping will work fine!
Bake your mummies on a baking tray (foil lined always makes clean up easy) @ 350* for about 10 minutes.
Serve your mummies warm with some ketchup & mustard for dipping! You can use the ketchup to add some spooky red eyes to your mummies as well! These yummy treats will get up & walk away before your very eyes!
Hope you enjoyed this recipe! 🙂