Mummy Dogs!




                                                 Mummy Dogs!

I'm not sure if I had more fun making these for Max or watching him eat them! I wouldn't dare offer one to Chloe because last time I tried to feed her a hot dog, she ran away screaming as if I were offering arsenic! She's not far off if using regular hot dogs! I opt for Trader Joe's chicken dogs- they have no nitrates and are much lower in fat and sodium than your average beef hot dog.

What you'll need

1 package of hot dogs of your choice (8)                                            1 Pillsbury crescent rolls
scissors
mustard

What you'll need to do

Preheat oven to 375
Line a cookie sheet with tin foil- do not use spray
Take crescent rolls out one at a time, cutting them into 1 inch strips
Wrap strips around hot dog...there's really no wrong way to wrap!
I kept mine in for about 20 minutes.

Once they come out- let them cool for about 5 minutes before dotting on mustard eyes.

       Your kids will love them- that is, if they don't run away first!

               Happy Halloween & enjoy these fun mummies!








 

7 comments :

  1. Those are so cute! I think we'll need to try them with my 9 year old :)

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    1. Thank you Kristin! I'm sure your 9 year old will love them...my husband did & I won't say his age!! Hahaha!!!

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  2. Yay! Looking forward to trying those out! I'm assuming that crescent rolls are dough? In which case I could probably use a pastry roll instead?

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    1. I think it works well with the crescent rolls because they cut into strips easily. Not sure how pasrty dough would work out.

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  3. I made those at my halloween party last year and they were a big hit. I cut the hot dogs in half to make baby mummys. I think I'll make them for Isabella for dinner on Halloween.

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