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Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs

Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs make the perfect Halloween appetizer. They are easy to make, require just 4 ingredients and can be made in minutes in the air fryer!

mummy hot dogs on a blue plate

Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs

If you are looking for a fun and simple Halloween appetizer to make this spooky season, look no further!

These bacon wrapped mummy dogs are extremely easy to make, tasty and a huge hit among kids.

Serve them up alongside your favorite dipping sauces and you have an appetizer that will feed a crowd in no time!

Want more mummy recipes? Check out these Mummy Brownies. And if you want another crescent roll recipe, try this Crescent Roll Peach Cobbler.

bacon wrapped mummy hot dogs in blue round plate

What You Need to Make Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs

mummy hot dog ingredients on white table

How far in advance can I make these?

I would make these right before serving so they are nice and warm.

Can I use any bacon?

Yes! You can use any bacon you’d like. I do suggest pre-cooking the bacon but not to a complete crisp so it’s still easy to wrap around the hot dog.

bacon wrapped mummy hot dogs on blue plate

Can I use any hot dogs?

Yes! You can use any hot dog or sausage you’d like. If you are trying to use a healthier option, you can use turkey hot dogs and even turkey bacon.

How can I keep these warm when serving?

My best suggestion is to serve these right after baking them but you can keep these warm in an aluminum pan with one of those heat flames under it if needed.

How do I bake these in the oven?

You can bake these at 350 F for 10 minutes in the oven. Just keep an eye on them to ensure they don’t burn.

How to Make Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs

Begin by rolling the sheet of crescent roll dough out on a parchment lined cookie sheet.

Cut the dough into strips (see photo).

crescent dough cut into strips

Roll a slice of bacon around each hot dog and then wrap a strip of dough around the hot dog and then another strip of dough around the hot dog in a diagonal direction.

bacon wrapped around hot dog

Spray the air fryer tray with cooking spray and lay each hot dog on the tray.

mummy hot dogs on air fryer tray

Cook for 10 minutes at 350, allowing enough time for the bacon to get crisp and the dough to cook properly.

mummy dot dogs in air fryer

When hot dogs are cooked, leave them to cool off in the air fryer or remove them from the air fryer and place on a rack to cool a bit, add two candy eyes to each hot dog, carefully tucking them under and around the crescent roll dough. 

hand holding mummy hot dogs

Serve and Enjoy!

Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs

Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Bacon Wrapped Mummy Hot Dogs make the perfect Halloween appetizer. They are easy to make, require just 4 ingredients and can be made in minutes in the air fryer!

Ingredients

  • 1 Can Pillsbury Crescent Dough Sheet
  • 1 Package 8 count Nathan's Hot Dogs
  • Wilton Candy Eyes
  • 8 strips of Hormel already cooked bacon

Instructions

  1. Begin by rolling the sheet of crescent roll dough out on a parchment lined cookie sheet.
  2. Cut the dough into strips (see photo).
  3. Roll a slice of bacon around each hot dog and then wrap a strip of dough around the hot dog and then another strip of dough around the hot dog in a diagonal direction.
  4. Spray the air fryer tray with cooking spray and lay each hot dog on the tray.
  5. Cook for 10 minutes at 350, allowing enough time for the bacon to get crisp and the dough to cook properly.
  6. When hot dogs are cooked, leave them to cool off in the air fryer or remove them from the air fryer and place on a rack to cool a bit, add two candy eyes to each hot dog, carefully tucking them under and around the crescent roll dough. 
  7. Serve and Enjoy!

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