Mummy Dogs & Graveyard Brownies

I LOVE easy, festive dinners during any holiday season. Mummy Dogs and Graveyard Brownies were perfect for a busy school night, as neither required much prep work.

I’ve been serving Mummy Dogs during Halloween since the boys were old enough to chew a hot dog. Since I only tend to do them during October, they both raved about how “delicious” and “amazing” they were. That does make me chuckle.

Mummy Hot Dogs

Hot dogs
Crescent roll dough – one crescent roll for each hot dog
Food safe marker, ketchup, mustard or something to make eyes

  1. Unroll crescent roll dough and, working with one half of the dough at a time, press seams together.
  2. Cut each half of dough into eight strips.
  3. Mummify dogs by wrapping with dough.  Use two strips per each dog.  
  4. Repeat with other half of crescent roll dough and hot dogs.
  5. Bake at 375  for about 15 minutes or until browned.
  6. Add eyes.

Graveyard Brownies

Mother gave me the tombstone brownie pan and chocolate mold eons ago. I keep it with my Halloween decor, but hadn’t used it in a few years. I used a box mix and a bag of candy melts I had on hand (hence the strange purple color… why did I ever buy that?!). Crushed oreos make for the dirt and a few sour gummy worms finished it off.

It was a frightful night :-)

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One thought on “Mummy Dogs & Graveyard Brownies

  1. Positively spooky! Always enjoy seeing what you scare up to makes things festive – you are the QUEEN of making every day special! xo

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