Hot Dog Mummies are a fun Halloween food your kids can help make!
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Are your kids as excited for Halloween as mine are? They are so glad it’s finally October! We’ve been watching Hocus Pocus since July, it seems! Haha! I’m not a huge fan of Halloween, as far as the scary stuff goes, but I like the cutesy Halloween stuff, so this post reflects a cute Halloween meal you can make your family before you head out the door to trick-or-treat!
These hot dog mummies are fun to make and eat! The kids can totally help roll the dough into ropes and wrap their hot dogs up! It’s fun for them to dip an arm or leg in the ketchup and laugh about eating “someone” as well. Haha.
You are not going to believe how easy these are to make! 2 ingredients and 15 minutes in the oven! I made these Hot Dog Mummies for my contributor post on the Rhodes blog this month! Go check it out, there’s even a link to a video tutorial as well!
Recipe added 5/26/16.
For a step-by-step photo tutorial, visit the Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Blog.
Hot Dog Mummies
- Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold
- bun length hot dogs
- mustard for eyes
- Cut arms and legs on hot dog. Be sure to leave about 1½ inches for head.
- Cut small piece of dough off of one roll to use as head wrap. Cut the rest of the roll in half. Roll the head wrap into a rope about 6-7 inches in length.
- Roll the other two pieces into 2 ropes about 18-20 inches long.
- Starting at the foot and using one long rope, wrap the dough around one leg about 4 or 5 times, 2 times around the body and up and over a shoulder and 3 or 4 times down one arm.
- Repeat on the other side of the hot dog body.
- Use the small dough rope and wrap around the top of the head about 3 times.
- Place mummy on a sprayed baking sheet and bake at 375°F 10-15 minutes or until dough is golden brown.
- Let cool slightly and use two dots of mustard for eyes.
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