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Halloween Snack: Garlic Butter Mummy Dogs

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If you’re looking for a delicious and simple Halloween snack to make with your kids this upcoming weekend (or the cutest two-ingredient addition to your Halloween party table)– you need to make mummy dogs! The best part about mummy dogs is they only require two ingredients– or four, if you want to get a little fancier, like us. So grab a can of your favorite crescent rolls and some hot dogs (feel free to use veggie dogs to make these meat-free!) and let’s wrap some mummies!

These mummy dogs couldn’t be easier– open the can of crescent rolls and separate by squares (not triangles)- pressing the triangles together to form a square. I like to use a little flour to prevent sticking. Slice thinly into strips. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper, remove the hot dogs from the packaging and pat off any moisture. Lay 5-6 strips down (horizontally, in a vertical line) and wrap, pinching together the edges. From there, you can pop in a 375 degree oven and bake for 10-12 minutes– or whisk some melted butter with a clove of garlic and brush on top, first.

Let cool for a few minutes and serve with mustard or ketchup (or my kids’ favorite- we call it ‘orange sauce’ in our house- it’s just a mix of the two!)

For the eyeballs, we patted the space between two mummy rag strips with a paper towel and dotted on dijon mustard. Snuggle in some candy eyeballs and enjoy the cuteness!

They’re not just cute– they’re also really, delicious, too!

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Garlic Butter Mummy Dogs

Ingredients

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1 can crescent rolls
1 package 5-6 hot dogs
flour (optional) to prevent sticking

optional: 2 tbsp butter + 1 clove garlic
mustard and candy eyeballs

Instructions

1. Preheat oven to 375. Sprinkle a little flour on your work surface to prevent sticking (not required- but helpful!). Open the can of crescent rolls and separate by squares (not triangles)- pressing the triangles together to form a square Slice thinly into strips (5-6 strips per dog).

2. Remove the hot dogs from the packaging and pat off any moisture.

3. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper. Lay 5-6 strips down (horizontally, in a vertical line, so the dogs lay on top of the strips vertically) and wrap, pinching together the edges.

4. From there, you can pop them in the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes– or whisk the melted butter with a clove of garlic and brush on top, first, then bake. Let cool a few minutes before serving.

Notes

For the eyeballs, we patted the space between two mummy rag strips with a paper towel and dotted on dijon mustard. Snuggle in some candy eyeballs and enjoy the cuteness!

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