Spicy Sriracha Mummy Dogs are quick and easy to make and perfect for Halloween party food or a fun family dinner. Kids of all ages love them!
I’ve been making basic mummy dogs for Halloween dinner since my kids were babies, or at least, since they were old enough to eat solid food. Okay, so maybe that’s exaggerating a bit, but you get the idea.
You’ve heard of mummy dogs, right? They’re just your basic hot dog wrapped in strips of refrigerated crescent dough and baked until the hot dogs are done and the dough is golden brown and slightly puffy. When they’re done, these little Halloween hot dogs resemble mummies and are actually super cute!
Like I said, we’ve been having basic mummy dogs on Halloween forever. So this year, I wanted to spice things up a little bit. The kids are older now and able to handle a little heat. The Hubs, on the other hand, is another story, but even he can handle these sriracha mummy dogs!
Looking for more easy Halloween food ideas? Try
- Halloween Oreo Pumpkin Treats
- Halloween Candy Bark
- Halloween Marshmallow Pops
- Halloween Candy Pretzels
To make these easy sriracha mummy dogs, just:
- Brush sriracha sauce on the hot dogs
- Wrap in strips of crescent dough
- Bake, and decorate
I’m not a perfectionist when it comes to wrapping up the dogs, but hey, whose to judge? The kids love helping with this easy Halloween dinner, and they’re not picky, either. Lucky for us!
I do recommend lining your baking sheets with aluminum foil before baking. It makes clean-up so much easier!
When the mummy dogs are done, you just make some eyes with dots of mustard. If you don’t like mustard, you can use ketchup, but the mustard stands out better. Even my mustard-hating kids don’t mind!
Aren’t they cute?!
You can serve these spicy mummy dogs for Halloween dinner, lunch or for parties. Add some chips, fresh fruit, and you’ve got yourself a meal!
- 7 hot dogs
- 1 container refrigerated crescent dough
- 1/4 cup sriracha sauce
Preheat oven to 375 degrees
Brush sriracha sauce over uncooked hot dogs
Wrap hot dogs in strips of crescent dough
Place hot dogs on foil-lined baking sheet, and bake for 15 minutes, or according to directions on package of dough
Remove from oven, and add dots of mustard for eyes before serving
I hope you enjoy these spicy sriracha mummy dogs as much as we did. They’re frightfully good!