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Broomsticks, or skeleton arms? However you look at them, these dippable breadsticks are an easy Halloween side for soup or sauce!

 

 Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks1

I’m so excited to share today’s Halloween post with you! I try really hard to create fun, holiday themed foods that are EASY to make and share them on this blog. Well, these Witch’s Broomstick Breadsticks could not get any easier!

 

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks made with frozen roll dough. Great served with marinara or soup! From DessertNowDinnerLater.com #halloween

It doesn’t take long to create these breadsticks to serve alongside marinara dipping sauce or as something to dip in your soup or chili. You can make your favorite yeast dough, this is mine, or you can use the frozen Rhodes White Dinner Rolls. I opted for the frozen rolls, and let them thaw to room temperature and be slightly risen.

 

Use as many rolls as you need for your family/dinner guests. I did 9 which fit perfectly on my baking sheet.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

Take each roll, one at a time, and cut a tiny piece off for the wrapping above the bristles.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

You will roll each piece into a rope. The larger piece will be the length of the breadstick, which I try and make almost the width of my baking sheet.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

Smash one end of your breadstick rope with a bench scrape/dough cutter or other tool you may have.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

Cut bristles with the edge of the bench scrape/dough cutter or knife if you don’t have a bench scrape.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

Take the small rope and wrap it directly above the bristles. It almost looks like a mop.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

Place broomstick on a silicone lined or greased baking sheet about 1-inch apart. Repeat with each roll.

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

 

The kids like to help with these because they are easy and fun!

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks

Cover rolls with a dish towel until they puff up slightly. Remove the towel and bake according to directions on the package of rolls; it’s typically 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately brush with butter hot from the oven! Serve with marinara dipping sauce or soup!

Witch's Broomstick Breadsticks made with frozen roll dough. Great served with marinara or soup! From DessertNowDinnerLater.com #halloween

 

 
 

Witch’s Broomstick Breadsticks

Yield 9 breadsticks

Ingredients

  • 9 frozen Rhodes White Dinner Rolls or this recipe divided into 9 rolls
  • butter, for brushing hot rolls

Instructions

  1. Let rolls thaw to room temperature and be slightly risen.
  2. Take each roll, one at a time, and cut a tiny piece off for the wrapping above the bristles.
  3. You will roll each piece into a rope. The larger piece will be the length of the breadstick, which I try and make almost the width of my baking sheet.
  4. Smash one end of your breadstick rope with a bench scrape/dough cutter or other tool you may have.
  5. Cut bristles with the edge of the bench scrape/dough cutter or knife if you don’t have a bench scrape.
  6. Take the small rope and wrap it directly above the bristles. It almost looks like a mop.
  7. Place broomstick on a silicon lined or greased baking sheet about 1-inch apart. Repeat with each roll.
  8. Cover rolls with a dish towel until they puff up slightly. Remove the towel and bake according to directions on the package of rolls; it’s typically 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately brush with butter hot from the oven! Serve with marinara dipping sauce or soup!

Recipe Notes

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