Cheesy Mummy Dogs

cheesy mummy dogs


Kids love to eat foods that are turned into fun characters. Cheesy Mummy Dogs are great for an afternoon snack, lunch, Halloween party, or anytime. They only take minutes to make and are so yummy. These are always a hit in our house for lunch and sometimes dinner and I am sure they will be a hit in your house too.

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Crescent Rolls
8 Single Slice American Cheese
8 Hot Dogs



  1. Roll out the Crescent Rolls and separate into 8 triangles.
  2. Cut a slit down the middle of each hot dog.
  3. Lay a piece of single slice cheese on top of the crescent roll.
  4. Add the hot dog.
  5. Roll the cheese and hot dog into the crescent roll.
  6. Take the end point of the crescent roll and stretch it out to wrap around like a mummy.
  7. Place on a cookie sheet (add Pam to avoid sticking).
  8. Cook according to the crescent roll package.
  9. Let cool for a minute and then add 2 eyes with mustard.
  10. Enjoy.

Monster Cupcakes

Monster cupcakes

In addition to the post I made earlier today for my Brain Cupcakes, I decided to make another Halloween Cupcake called Monster Cupcakes. They are perfect for any Halloween party! The fun part is that you can decorate them any way you would like to. You can make them spooky or just fun!


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1 Box of Cake Mix (chocolate or white)Vegetable Oil
White Frosting
Food Coloring
Black Gel Color
Spice Drops
Rips Licorice (for the tongues)
Colored Eyeballs


  1. And ingredients, mix, and bake cake mix as directed on the cake box.
  2. When cupcakes are finished, take them out of the oven and let cool.
  3. Separate frosting into small bowls and mix the desired color in each bowl with food coloring.
  4. When cupcakes are done, frost each one with desired color.
  5. Then, add faces with eyes, licorice, spice drops, and black gel color.

I picked up all my ingredients from my local Kroger store or grab some fun Halloween Cupcake kits on Amazon listed below!

Sassafras / Mummy Cupcake Kit
Sassafras / Eek! Edible Eyeball Cookie Baking Kit

Brain Cupcakes

Brain cupcakes 3


Here is a fun cupcake for a kids Halloween party at school or at home. And they are so easy to make with just a few ingredients. You can make chocolate, vanilla, pudding, or Jell-O cupcakes. The part that makes them spooky is the top creating a brain that is somewhat realistic. Check out how to make them below with step-by-step instructions and ingredients.


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1 Box of Boxed Cake Mix
Vegetable Oil
1 Packet Strawberry Shortcake Frosting Creations
1 Packet Mocha Frosting Creations
1 Container of Duncan Hines Frosting Creations (not pictured)

  1. Follow instructions on Boxed Cake Mix and bake accordingly.
  2. Let cupcakes cool  after you take them out of the oven.
  3. Prepare your frosting color by adding a pinch of Strawberry Mocha and a pinch of Mocha Frosting Creations Powder until you get a flesh color.
  4. Use a Cupcake Decorator with a round circle attachment. (I use Wilton Dessert Decorator Plus to decorate my cupcakes.) Draw a line down the center of the cupcake. Then, do a zig-zag on each side of the line to create a brain like effect.


Use can use them as a centerpiece of your Halloween table and place them on a Halloween CupCake Stand and Holder to make it easy for the kids to grab and enjoy!





Green Creeper Juice


Here is the perfect Halloween Drink for your Halloween Party. I call it Green Creeper Juice! It really easy to make with just 3 ingredients and takes less than 5 minutes to make.

First add one 2 Litter of 7UP, then one cup of sugar, then one packet of green Kool-aid. Mix all the ingredients together and serve. If you don’t like the taste you can always add a little bit of water and more sugar to get the taste you want.

Tip: If you are serving a lot of guest you can double the ingredients.

Spooky Halloween Party Food & Holder


Halloween is just around the corner and I love a good Halloween Party. I wanted to make some caramel corn for scratch and needed a holder to put it in that was somewhat spooky for the kids. This is easy to make and only took me about 20 minutes to make. Check out the details below!

To make the caramel corn, I popped microwave popcorn. When it was finished and cooled, I added caramel ice cream topping to it and mixed it around until it was completely covered. Then, I put the batch in the fridge for it to harden.


Now I needed to make a holder to put the caramel corn in. I searched around the house to find something that was orange and found an old school folder from one of my kids.


I rolled it up into a cone and taped it with scotch tape at the bottom. Then, I began my spooky face and drew the outline in pencil. Then, trace over the pencil lines with a black sharpie to make the face dark and scary. (You could also cut out the face shape)

After the holder was finished and the popcorn was hardened. I added the popcorn inside the cone filled up to the top. To present at your party stick them in a holder for guests to grab. Happy Halloween!