Halloween Fun with Crescent Mummy Dogs & Giveaway

Crescent Mummy Dogs

My quadruplets were born in October so Halloween has always been a special holiday for them and all the kids love fun foods. These Pillsbury Crescent Roll Mummy Dogs are one of their favorites and they’re so easy to make with just a couple ingredients.

Crescent Mummy Dogs

The kids love to help make these Halloween mummy hot dogs almost as much as they love to eat them! All you need are a package of your favorite hot dogs and a can of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls. From now through October 30th you can get a coupon for $1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods products and from October 22nd through the 28th they are on sale for 3/$6 at Publix.

Crescent Mummy Dogs

Flatten out the crescent rolls on a cutting surface then use a pizza cutter to cut them into “bandage” strips for your mummies. Once they’re done cooking you can use a toothpick to dot on mustard or ketchup for eyes on your mummy dogs or you can use a food marker like I did with these.

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Crescent Roll Mummy Dogs
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Serves: 10 Mummy Dogs
  • Package of 10 hot dogs
  • Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • Ketchup, Mustard or Food Marker for eyes
  1. Roll out the crescent rolls on a cutting surface and cut into strips with a pizza cutter.
  2. Wrap the hot dogs with the crescent roll strips. Be sure to leave a gap near the top of each hot dog for the eyes.
  3. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.
  4. Use a toothpick to dot on mustard or ketchup for the eyes, or use a food marker to draw them on.
  5. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

I’m super excited to be able to giveaway $15 PayPal cash so one lucky reader can buy some Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and hot dogs to make this mummy dog recipe for themselves. To enter to win just do any or all of the things listed in the Rafflecopter widget below. This giveaway will end at midnight on Saturday, October 31st.

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  1. These look AWESOME!!!!!! I WILL be trying them.

  2. My sister in law made these cream cheese filled with bacon with crescent rolls and they were really good you can simply make anything inside the crescent rolls for a nice appetizer.

  3. Our favorite way to use Pillsbury Crescent Rolls is as the crust for a raw veggie pizza appetizer.

  4. My family likes crescent rolls with a hot dog and slice of american cheese.

  5. I make them with jam inside

  6. Years ago a friend of mine showed me how to use crescent dough as a crust for breakfast or fruit pizza, delicious either one.

  7. I like to make pig-in-blanket.

  8. angela september says

    we love them also rolled up around a hot dog and cheese.

  9. Shebella Blackmon says

    I bought some crescent rolls and plan to give these a try.

  10. shelly peterson says

    Our favorite way is just to wrap them around a hotdog and cheese, which we call pigs in a blanket.

  11. This looks yummy!! My favorite way to use them is in the Sopapilla Cheesecake recipe from their site – YUMMMMMMM!!!!

  12. I like to use them for pigs in a blanket.

  13. My favorite way is just to add some butter and garlic to eat with spaghetti.

  14. Leigh Anne Borders says

    My family loves it when I make crescent dogs. They are very similar to the mummy dogs but there are no faces or other things like that. Just a juicy beef hot dog wrapped in a crescent roll. They ask for these frequently. I think I am going to have to make these for Halloween! They will love me even more;)

  15. My favorite with the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls is to make egg and bacon breakfast sandwiches! We love these for dinner too!

  16. Deborah G. says

    I like to make crescent rolls with bacon and cheese inside!

  17. Amanda Sakovitz says

    i like them plain

  18. Bridgett Wilbur says

    I love to put them on my chicken soup.

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