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Monday, October 5, 2015

Mummy Hot Dogs

We may not have any kids here on the Ranch anymore but we can still have kid fun around any holiday. Just look at these little Mummy Hot Dogs we made this week!     We bought the pizza dough and used a pizza cutter to slice the dough into thin strips to make this very easy.  
After cutting the tiny strips of pizza dough we debated on the easiest way to wrap these babies. My hubby grabbed a wooden skewer, he poked the skewer through his hot dog to wrap the little strips of dough.  He simply threaded the hot dog on the skewer and after getting the dough strip started, slowly turned the skewer and rolled the dough onto the hot dog. Have you noticed that guys being guys,they always have to use some kind of tool! And my hubby is a total guy, even though I had him helping me make Mummy Hot Dogs on a Saturday afternoon.   
 I used the old-school method, slowly wrapped the tiny strips of dough round and round the hot dogs leaving a place for the face.    Either way worked great and with little mustard eyes these Mummy Hot Dogs were very scary indeed!  But of course you could use ketchup for those eyes also, whatever pleases your little goblins!   

    I love the different taste and texture of the pizza dough versus  other refrigerated dough and it was better cut into those very narrow strips, it gave more surface to be browned.  
These Mummy Hot Dogs were fun to make and to eat for us big kids! In fact they were total guy foodies after all, who knew??

Mummy Hot Dogs
  • 1 can refrigerated Pizza dough
  • 12 hot dogs
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon of water
  • mustard or ketchup for eyes, optional
1. Roll out dough until very thin.
2. Using a pizza cutter, cut dough into very thin strips.
3. Wrap one strip of dough around each hot dog, leaving 1/2 inch uncovered for face.
4. Arrange on a lightly greased baking sheet.
5. Whisk together egg and water; brush over dough.
6. Bake at 350° for 14 to 16 minutes, or until golden.
7. Dot mustard or ketchup on hot dogs with a toothpick to form eyes, if desired.
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  1. What an awesome idea to make the "bandages" with thinner strips ! Roy's also a "tool guy" ;-)

  2. What a fun idea - and my kiddos would totally love these little guys!! :)


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