I love it when you can take something simple and make it look fun for the kids. This Halloween “Mummy Dog” project is like that. It turns a simple weeknight meal into something fun and fantastic! It would also be great to send along for a Halloween week lunch.
Hot dogs. Crescent rolls. Cheese. That’s it.
It’s all about how you put them together! Seriously folks-this is so easy I can’t even call it a recipe. I got the directions for the Crescent Mummy Dogs on the Pillsbury website, and it’s really, really simple.
Open crescent rolls and pinch seams together to make a big sheet. Cut into thin strips with a nice sharp knife. Fold cheese into thin pieces. Put cheese behind hotdog, wrap thin strips of crescent roll around it. Make sure you leave a gap for the “face” so you can add some eyes later.
Put it on a cookie sheet and bake 15-17 min at 375.
(You probably could try this with some homemade biscuit dough rolled out thin and cut into strips-but I haven’t actually tried that.)