How to Make Mummy Dogs




Introduction: How to Make Mummy Dogs

About: I love woodworking and making fun stuff on the lathe, I really enjoy making stuff and posting it on this website, and I love the Hobbit

So this Halloween I wanted to make something fun and I thought about mummy dogs. Mummy dogs are fun and easy to make! You could make your own by following this simple step-by-step tutorial!

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Step 1: What You Will Need

To make mummy dogs you will need the following:

1. crescent roll dough
2. hotdogs
3. a pizza cutter or knife
4. cooking spray
5. a baking pan
6. mustard or ketchup

Step 2: Cutting the Strips of Crescent Roll Dough

Open your can of crescent roll dough and unravel the rectangles. If you have triangles instead of rectangles you could just seam them together to make a rectangle. Cut strips of the dough with your pizza cutter or knife. Do this until you run out of dough.

Step 3: Wrapping the Hotdogs

Take a strip of the crescent roll dough and place the end of a hotdog over it. There really isn't a specific way to wrap it, just freehand it. Leave a little opening at the top of the hot dog for the eyes. Once you have wrapped all your hotdogs spray them lightly with cooking spray. Next, bake them at 375 F degrees for 7-10 minutes. 

Step 4: Add the Eyes

Once they've baked and are a golden brown color you could take mustard or ketchup and make two dots for the eyes at the top. Mustard is easier to use because it has a finer squirt tip. Ketchup may be a little bit messy.

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    6 Discussions


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Oh my gosh! Fantastic, yummy, and creative. What can't you do!? =]


    6 years ago

    These look "mummy" hahaha.....that's not funny is it. :|


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome these look yummy and the kids will have fun making them!