Sunday, October 27, 2013

Mummy Dogs and Monster Eyes

Mummy Dogs and Monster Eyes

Just a few more examples of fun Halloween food! This is an easy main dish and dessert! Creepy kid cuisine! I meant the food is creepy not the kids! I'm sure your kids are not the least bit creepy! Well anyway...

The first recipe was created by the Pillsbury company and uses their crescent roll dough. So easy! Just cut the dough into strips and wrap it around each hot dog, leaving a space near the top for the face. Then bake until the dough is golden. Then add dots of mustard for the eyes! I had a few strips of dough leftover so I made baby mummy dogs too! So easy! I'm posting the recipe as I made it but I'm also including the link to the Pillsbury company version.

Mummy Dogs
Mummy Dogs

10 uncooked hot dogs
1 can (8 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent rolls

Preheat oven to 375°
Separate the dough into 4 square sections and press together the perforations.
 Cut each section into 10 strips using a pizza cutter.
Wrap 4 pieces of dough around each hot dog to resemble bandages.
Separate the bandages near the top of each hot dog to make room for the face.
Place the wrapped hot dogs on a cookie sheet and bake on center rack uncovered for about 15 minutes or until the dough is golden brown.
Remove from oven and when cool, place dots of mustard to create eyes.

For more directions see this video from Pillsbury.

This second recipe is my idea. I needed a quick easy dessert to serve to my daughters friends at her Halloween party! This worked perfectly!

Monster Eyes
Monster Eyes

chocolate chips
red cake decorating gel

Cut each marshmallow in half with kitchen scissors.
With a toothpick or the tip of a knife, poke a hole in the center of each marshmallow where the pupil will be placed.
Then press a chocolate chip, point side down, into each hole.
Using the red cake gel, draw red lines near each pupil to resemble blood shot eyes.
That's it...ready to serve!

 Check out other Halloween foods I've made on this link **Here**


  1. I love the eyeballs! They are so easy and I'm sure they taste great!

    1. Hi Kelli! Thanks! Yes, you can't get much easier than this! =D


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