These are so fun to make! And really effective, they look great with their little mustard and seed eyes! It was easy to wrap them in the dough and they looked so cool. I can only imagine how great kids would think these were!
My kids loved them! The one year-old kept looking at the adults' (with the mustard eyes) and giggling :) What a great easy Halloween treat!
These are so easy and fun! They've become a standard for a quick/fun meal around here!
Really good and cute for kids! We made these for Halloween - my kids (12&10) enjoyed making them and we all (also husband, grandparents, and friends) enjoyed them. Thanks!
I made these for my son's Halloween party at school, and will be making for dinner before we go trick-or-treating as well!! I cut the hotdogs in half to make them smaller.....too cute and tasty!!!!
The only mummy's curse with this recipe is deliciousness! This recipe went over very well at an office pot-luck I attended last week. Out of 48 mummydogs, zero were left at the end of the day! I used Texas Heritage Mesquite hotdogs and Pilsbury thin pizza crust. I cut the dogs in half to make short mummies, then cut the flat pizza dough into strips and wrapped them up. I basted the mummydogs in a light coat of Cattlemen's Sweet BBQ Sauce and cooked them up. Yummy! Now the office craves the return of this undead snack from the grave!
What a cute cute idea! Will be great for a quick dinner on Halloween night! Easy, cute, yummy, and fast. Need I say more! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the great idea!!!! Having a party and this will just hit the spot!
We have been making these for years. In the past we used crescent dough, but have been using the breadstick dough for a couple years now. Try brushing the dough with a little melted butter and sprinkling on some garlic powder, oregano or other herbs. I think we actually bought a breadstick dough that had a spread with herbs to brush on the dough with it. Also, my kids really like the hot dogs you buy with the cheese already inside them. My kids, now 16 and 14 still insist on having these every Halloween. I use to feel that this was about as good a dinner I could get in them as they were so anxious to get out the door trick or treating. Great, fun recipe.
These are really good and cute! ** Note: I found these in a pillsbury magazine but instead they used crescent rolls dough and also wrapped a slice of american cheese before wrapping the dough!