Mummy Hot Dog Wraps

Mummy Hot Dog Wraps


Mummy Hot Dog Wraps

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Cute and spooky, these yummy hot dogs are wrapped up in our simple-to-use GOYA® Empanada Dough for Baking and mummified in the oven until golden. They’re a fun and savory Halloween treat for every monster in your family…and so easy to make—it’s scary!

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1 package (11.6 oz.)

GOYA® Empanada Dough for Baking, thawed


slices cheddar cheese, cut into equal strips (optional)


hot dogs, halved crosswise

Black sesame seeds



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Step 1

Preheat oven to 375° F.

Step 2

Place one cheddar cheese strip under each hot dog half, if desired.

Step 3

To wrap each hot dog half, first cut ½” strips from either side of each of eight pastry discs. Then cut the remaining dough from each of the eight discs into ¼” long strips, reserving the rounded edges for the tops and bottoms of the hot dog halves.

Step 4

Starting at the top of a hot dog half, use one of the rounded edges to encase the mummy’s “head” and do the same for his “feet.” Then, about one ½” down the hot dog half, leaving room for the eyes, begin wrapping the hot dog half, crossing the strips in the front. Repeat until all hot dogs halves are wrapped.

Step 5

Cut two tiny slits in the exposed area of each hot dog half, and insert two black sesame seeds on each hot dog half for eyes.

Step 6

Place hot dog halves on ungreased baking sheet and bake approximately 15 minutes, until slightly golden.

Step 7

Serve with ketchup and mustard.*


*Serving Suggestion: To make ketchup and mustard spider web design, fill a small bowl or ramekin with ketchup. Then make three thin rings of mustard, one in the center, another in the middle and the last closer to the edge of the bowl. With a toothpick, starting from the center, drag 7 straight lines through the rings and out to the edge of the bowl. This will make it look like the “points” of the web.

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