Bandaged Fingers Halloween Hot Dogs – Creepy looking hot dogs cut into fingers, wrapped in delicious crescent rolls and covered in ketchup, perfect for your holiday party or for just freaking out your kids.I love Halloween! Like LOVE. I love Christmas as much as the next person, but Halloween is pure fun. Decorations, fun costumes, begging for candy, I mean life can’t get any better.
Every day I ask my daughter what she wants to be for Halloween. Each time my question has been met with “Batman.” Now, I have no problem with her dressing up as Batman, but my question is, how does she even know who Batman is? I mean my TV is only ever on Disney Jr when she is around.But a little over a week ago, she got her ears pierced and now she is telling me she wants to be a princess. We won’t get her costume quite yet, since she could change and decide to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle since they are on her new package of Gogurts. Fingers crossed we stay away from any character in Frozen! Except Olaf, I think I would go to blows with another mom over an an Olaf costume
These were really easy to make and my 4-year got in on the action. I cut the nail beds with a paring knife and used a pizza cutter to strip the crescent dough, but she had fun adding ketchup and wrapping them up. I love hotdogs, so making Bandaged Fingers Halloween Hot Dogs was just too much to pass up, even if they are a bit creepy.
These would be great for dinner right before your kiddos head out to trick or treating or if you’ve got a Halloween party to host/attend. Bandaged Fingers Halloween Hot Dogs are destined to freak every one.
Bandaged Fingers (Halloween Hot Dogs)
- 1 pkg hot dogs
- 1-8 oz . package crescent rolls
- Using a paring knife, slice a square into the top of each hotdog.
- Pull the casing off, exposing the meat.
- Slice notches throughout the hotdog to look like knuckle joints.
- Separate the crescent dough and slice it into thin strips.
- Wrap 2-4 strips around each hotdog, depending on how long each strip is.
- Make that as tight or loose fitting as you’d like.
- Repeat this for each hotdog.
- Place each “finger” on a foil-lined baking dish that has been sprayed with cooking spray.
- Squirt ketchup in strategic spots along the “bandages” and “finger.”
- Bake at 375° for 12-14 minutes, or until the dough has turned golden brown.
- Add more ketchup to enhance the “still bleeding” look.