Halloween Hotdog Mummy Wraps

Why not serve these mini mummies at your Halloween party?  They are easy to make and delicious.  You can use Little Smokies or your favorite mini sausage for the filling.  You can even make these with full size hotdogs if you wish.  You will just need more dough.

A table setting with hotdog mummy wraps

You will need:

Little Smokies or other mini sausages

Two rolls of crescent roll dough

A knife

A cutting board

Step 1.  Cut the dough.

Unroll the dough and spread it out.  Cut it into slim strips.

Cuttin rolls into strips.

Step 2.  Wrap the sausages.

Wrap the strips of dough around the sausages, leaving a few gaps.  Leave a larger gap for the face.  Remember that the dough will rise slightly when you bake it.  Place the mummies on a greased baking tray.

A sausage wraped up to look like a mummy

Step 3.  Bake the mummies.

Bake the mummies at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until the dough is baked and the sausages are heated.  Serve the mummies with mustard and ketchup for dipping.

Two mummies on a plate

When we think of mummies, we usually think of Egyptian kings and queens.  However, mummies have been discovered all over the world in places such as China, South America, and even Italy and Canada.  Although the Egyptians deliberately mummified their dead, the word "mummy" can also describe bodies which were preserved by natural elements, such as the cold or dry sand.

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