Looking for a fun Halloween dinner idea? You have to make these Mummy Hot Dogs. These crescent roll hot dog mummies are too cute and the family will love them.
After your spooky Halloween Mummy Dogs, you will want a fun Halloween dessert. You will love these Chocolate Spider Halloween Pretzel Web.
Mummy Hot Dogs Halloween Recipe
What dipping sauce goes with Halloween hot dogs?
When I make these Halloween hot dogs, I like to serve it with dipping sauce. To make a festive dipping sauce, I like to put ketchup into a small serving bowl. Then using mustard, I create a spider web design. Another option for dipping sauce is a melted cheese sauce similar to ones used with nachos.
Can I use bread dough for mummy dogs?
As you make mummy dogs, you are wrapping them in a crescent roll dough. If you wanted to use something different you could use bread dough or even pizza dough. Simply cut the dough into strips and follow the directions for making the mummies.
Can I add cheese to this recipe?
If you want to add cheese to these crescent roll hot dog, you can easily add cheese. Add the cheese to the back of the hot dig. As you wrap it with the crescent dough, the cheese will be held onto the hotdog. Make sure to put something under the hot dogs while baking. Some fo the cheese will melt out of the wrapping.
- reduced-fat crescents rolls
- hot dogs
- yellow mustard
How to make mummy hot dogs
Start with a preheated oven to 350 degrees.
Unroll the crescent dough, mend the rolls together into 1 sheet.
Cut the sheet into strips.
Wrap 2 strips around each hot dog leaving an opening for the mummy’s face.
Bake the mummies on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
After the hot dogs are done, use a tooth pick and paint eyes on the face of the mummy.
Mummy Hot Dogs Halloween RecipePrep time: 10 minutes
- 1 can reduced-fat crescents rolls
- 8 turkey hot dogs
- ½ teaspoon yellow mustard
- Preheat the oven to 350°F.
- Unroll the crescent rolls on a cutting board and pinch the seams together, then cut the crescent into quarter-inch strips.
- Wrap 2 strips around the turkey dog, leaving an opening near the top for the mummy's face.
- Transfer the mummies to an ungreased baking sheet, and bake until golden, 10-12 minutes.
- Using a toothpick, paint two mustard eyes on the face, and serve with preferred dipping sauce.