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Crescent Mummy Dogs

Kids aren’t the only ones to dress up this Halloween! Wrap up some mummy dogs with Pillsbury crescent rolls. Ketchup and mustard eyes are the finishing touch to this kid-favorite Halloween dinner. You could even make these treats for a cute and creepy party food too!

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11 Dinner Ideas That'll Make Your Child's Halloween Even Spookier

Halloween is a really fun time of year where kids get to dress up as something they love, then go out with their friends and family and get endless amounts of candy. There’s not much to do on Halloween other than trick or treat, so why not make your child’s holiday this year even moreContinue Reading...

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How to Make Mummy Hot Dogs

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Halloweenies - A Ghoulishly Good

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Power up the kids (and the parents) before Trick or Treating with our quick & easy Mummy Hot Dogs recipe.

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Same dog, new tricks. Preserve your Halloween snack-savvy status with this mummy-wrapped hot dog idea. Things you’ll need: the dogs, crescent rolls and mustard. Roll, slice, bake, dot and you’re done. It’s great as a party app or main course for the kids’ big trick-or-treating night.

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Halloween Mummy Hot Dogs with Crescent Rolls

Kids Food Craft for Halloween - Yummy Mummy Hot Dogs Made with Pillsbury Crescent Rolls on Frugal Coupon Living

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I think a lot of you will like this fun idea. Halloween mummies! Great idea for this time of year and they are very easy to make. Take some crescent or breadstick dough, cut into strips, and wrap around hot dogs. Bake on cookie sheet at 375 degrees for about 13 to 17 minutes or until light golden brown. Viola! You have mummy dogs! https://scontent-b-sjc.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/q71/s720x720/1003006_10152307861837571_855247336_n.jpg

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