I wanted to post this earlier in the week, but it’s been crazy in my little world. I’ve had a lot going on, which I’ll tell you about another day. For now, enjoy!
Bwahahaha…it’s time for goblins and ghosts. Ok folks, I wasn’t really ever into doing the Halloween thing. Like ever. I enjoyed to go get candy, but the holiday in general, was one my family simply never really believed in. When Coop was born, we decided that we’d allow him to trick or treat, but only at trunk or treat locations, with a church. I’ve waivered from that a little as he’s gotten older, but we’ve made it clear it’s just not a tradition we particularly believe in. However, I want him to have memories and I want him to experiences. The second rule we have is you can’t be scary. So he’s not allowed to have gore and tons of blood. This year he was a pirate!
Ignore the shoes in the floor. Kids! You can’t get them to do what you ask for nothing. He had a lot of fun. He got a lot of candy. I’m really happy for him. I didn’t get to participate for long with him going out. I really felt bad. Luckily, I wasn’t sick! Anyway, on the these spooky mummy halloweenies. Cooper told me the morning of Halloween, that he wanted to have hot dogs, because they are halloweenies. I figured he got it from one of those nick tv shows. It’s still funny either way though. Sure enough, he did get it from iCarly. Anyway, so I decided to take it a step further. I decided to make them into mummies. I had seen a while back on pinterest, there were LOTS of people using crescent rolls to make them, so I figured easy enough. It’s true. It’s easy. Here’s how you do it!
1 can crescent rolls
1 pack of hot dogs, I used Oscar Meyers
Unroll the rolls and pinch together perforated seams. Cut into small narrow strings. Take and roll around the hot dogs. Make sure to leave room for the eyes. Bake for about 15-20 minutes until browned and done. Use ketchup or mustard to put eyes on the hot dogs. Enjoy!!