Halloween Mummy Dogs

This weekend we're having a Halloween Party for our little ones, cousins, some of their classmates and friends around the neighborhood. The kids are pretty excited and so am I. I can't wait to see all the kids in their Halloween costumes.

To get prepared, last week I decided to make some Mummy Dogs for the kids to see how well they'd go over. If you follow me on Instagram you'd remember when I posted a picture after they were done. (If you don't follow me on Instagram, here's your  invite to start.) This was my first time making them even though I've seen them all over Pinterest and many different blogs.

I had a feeling the kids would love them because of how much they love Pigs In A Blanket. They were super excited to see how they turned out and how much they looked like mummies. I was pretty happy that they turned out and can't wait to see how the other kids will like them this weekend.

Not only is this an easy recipe to whip up, this is definitely a recipe you can have your kids help you with. What a great way to celebrate Halloween with them, cooking together in the kitchen while listening to Halloween music and sipping on Hot Chocolate or Apple Cider, sounds perfect. Enjoy!

1 8 (oz) can Crescent Rolls
10 large hot dogs
Cooking spray
Mustard or ketchup, if desired

Directions: Preheat your oven to 350F. Unroll the Crescent Rolls, separating so that you have four rectangles. Pressing them in the middle to seal them so that they won't separate.

With a knife cut each rectangle lengthwise creating strips. Depending on how thick you want the strips you can cut them so that you have anywhere between 6-10 strips per rectangle.

Wrap between 3-4 pieces of dough around the hot dog stretching slightly to completely cover the hot dog making sure to separate "bandages" so that the hot dog shows through for the face of the mummy.

Take a large ungreased cookie sheet and spray with non stick cooking spray and place hot dogs on sheet. Bake until the dough is golden brown. With ketchup or mustard draw eyes on the face. Serve and enjoy.



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