Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Witch broom bread sticks and croissant Mummy sandwiches


To make the Witch broom bread sticks....Get bread sticks dough from refrigerated section at your store...Twist the strip of dough. Then fold it and twist it again. Cut the open side of twisted dough with scissors...Follow cooking direction from package.


For the croissant mummy sandwiches.
Use a croissant dough from the refrigerated section at store. Cut the sides of the triangle with scissors. Place a Hot dog in middle. Fold the sides of dough criss crossing. Follow instructions on package for cooking.
Dot eyes with mustard.




18 comments:

Ruthie said...

How fun! I am having a Halloween Party on the 29th so I just might have to make these! Thanks for sharing these tasty treats with us!


Ruthie @ Tattered Bliss

Julie Harward said...

This looks like such fun as do the other post..the yummy apples and all..I have missed you while I was on vacation! :D

Scrappy Girl said...

What cute ideas. Simple.

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Thank you for the compliments! It is simple and i love it!

Holly said...

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Blooming Homestead said...

Love these!

Jo Frances said...

Adorable ideas! Glad to discover your site from Welcome Wednesday.

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Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, how clever AND adorable!!! These are precious!!!
XO

Bloggy Blog Designz said...

Following you from Welcome Wednesday!
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Lisa said...

Those breadsticks are so neat. You get a decoration from them and you get to eat the decorations, even better.

Close to home said...

cute, I have also seen them where you put the face on the mummys with ketchup or mustard!!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh this looks SO good! Such fun! Thank you for sharing.

Katie said...

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Dreamgoddess said...

My children would love these! Thank you for sharing these ideas!

Jan said...

How cool!!

Stopping by from Tatertots & Jello Weekend Wrap up!

Jan
www.thesimpler-life.blogspot.com

Zen Mama said...

Love the Halloween decorations! Your blog is beautiful as usual! Off to see your applesauce recipe next...

Holly said...

These are one of my favorite Halloween treats...so cute.

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