Looking for a fun and easy treat to make for your Halloween party? Try these Halloween Mummy Dogs! They’re not only delicious, but they’re also super cute and festive.
To make them, simply wrap your hot dogs in strips of crescent roll dough, leaving a small space for the eyes. Then, bake them in the oven until the dough is golden brown and the hot dogs are heated through. For the eyes, pipe dots of mustard. Serve them with spiderwebs of mustard and ketchup.
These Halloween Mummy Dogs will surely be a hit with kids and adults alike! They’re perfect for a Halloween party, a spooky snack, or a fun family dinner.
Why You’ll Want To Make This Spooky Treat
Whether you’re throwing a party or just getting into the Halloween spirit, Spooky Halloween Mummy Dogs are a delightful treat to consider for the following reasons.
- They are fun and festive. Halloween is a time for spooky fun, and Mummy Dogs are a great way to celebrate. They are sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.
- They are easy to make. Use hot dogs and crescent rolls. There’s no need to be a master chef to make this delicious and festive treat.
- They are delicious! Hot dogs are a classic comfort food, and Mummy Dogs are no exception. They are the perfect food for a Halloween party or family get-together.
Ingredients – Here’s What You’ll Need
- For the Mummy Dogs: you only need two ingredients – hot dogs and crescent roll dough.
- On the side: create spiderweb dipping sauces with ketchup and mustard.
Steps to Make Mummy Dogs
Making the spooky Mummy Dogs was easy with these simple steps.
- First, I unrolled the crescent roll dough. Then, I separated the dough into four rectangles.
- Next, I transferred one of the rectangles to a cutting board and pressed the seam together.
- Then, using a pizza cutter, I cut the rectangle into thin strips.
- Next, I wrapped each hot dog with the thin strips of dough. I left a little bit of room at the top so that I could add eyes after they were finished baking.
- I then placed the wrapped hot dogs on a silicone-lined baking sheet.
- I baked them in a 375° oven for 15 minutes until they were golden brown and the hot dogs thoroughly cooked.
- After removing them from the oven, I transferred them to a wire rack. I then placed a little bit of mustard into a piping bag and pipped small dots for the eyes.
Halloween Mummy Dogs are a great way to get creative in the kitchen and have fun with your food. They are also a surefire hit with kids and adults alike. So, next time you are looking for a spooky and delicious treat, be sure to give Mummy Dogs a try!
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can use any type of hot dog that you like for this recipe. Make your mummies with veggie, turkey, sausage, or beef dogs.
Yes, you can wrap the hot dogs and store them in the refrigerator for up to a day before baking them. You can also freeze them for up to a month and bake them from frozen, adding a few minutes to the baking time.
You can reheat them in the oven at 350°F for 10 minutes or in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Yes, you can use Little Smokies instead of hot dogs, in fact, you’ll probably have some dough left over. We had enough dough to make eight mini Mummy dogs. However, you should know the little ones aren’t as easy to wrap.
Recipe Tips and Tricks
- For a more realistic look, you can use ketchup or mustard to look like blood.
- To make sure your mummy dogs don’t burst, be careful not to overcook them.
- If you’re feeling creative, you can try making mummy dogs with other types of dough, such as puff pastry or pizza dough. You can also try using different types of fillings, such as cheese or vegetables.
- Mummy dogs are perfect for dipping! Try serving them with ketchup, mustard, honey mustard, ranch dressing, or barbecue sauce.
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- 8 Hot Dogs, dried with paper towels
- 8 oz Refrigerated Crescent Roll Dough
- Preheat oven to 375°. Line a large baking sheet with a silicone mat or parchment paper.
- Unroll the crescent roll dough and separate it into four rectangles. Place one of the rectangles on a cutting board and press the seams together.
- Cut the dough into thin strips using a pizza cutter.
- Wrap the paper towel-dried hot dogs with thin strips of dough; to make them look like mummy wrappings, leaving a place at the top for the eyes.
- Place the wrapped hot dogs on the prepared baking pan and bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Remove the pan from the oven and transfer the mummy dogs to a wire cooling rack.
- Place a little mustard into a piping bag and snip off the end so you have a tiny hole. (I did this because using the mustard container produces too large of a dot for the eyes.) Then, pipe two small dots on each hot dog in the space you left for the eyes.
- Serve with sides of ketchup and mustard.
- Yield: 8 Mummy Dogs