If you’re looking for a non-sugary treat that’s perfect for Halloween, you need to make these Morbid Mummy Dogs. They’re adorable, and easy, and are the perfect dinner for Halloween night to help combat all that sugar.
What you need
1 Can of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
1 package of hot dogs
Black Writing gel – optional
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How to make Morbid Mummy Dogs
On your sheet pan, roll out the crescent rolls.
Use a knife or a pizza cutter to divide the dough into strips.
Wrap the strips around the hot dogs any way you want creating the mummy dogs. You can also let the kids do their own, which is adorable. Be sure to tuck the ends on the back side so they don’t come completely unraveled.
Bake at 375 for about 17 minutes.
Use a black writing gel to put eyes on your Morbid Mummy Dogs.
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Then you can serve them to your cute little trick-or-treating, sugar-filled kids to help them overcome the sugar coma they’re sure to be in! I like having a fun, Halloween themed dinner for my kids like these Morbid Mummy Dogs the night we go trick-or-treating so they don’t feel like the fun and excitement has to stop once we get home and they’re done collecting candy.
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Do you have a Halloween tradition outside of dressing up and getting candy together? Do you want to start a fun tradition, or do you plan to start one this year for Halloween? Tell us about your traditions, or what you plan to start, in the comments below! Who knows, maybe we’ll want to join in with you and to do it too!