But I didn’t have the Pillsbury package instead I had a box Tenderflake puff pastry in the freezer that I decided to use for our lunch.
Take the puff pastry out of the box and cut the square in sections.
Slowly wrap the hotdog (we had chicken ones) as though you are making a mummy!
The older boys helped me making them.
Align the mummy dog on a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Cook 350 for about 25 minutes or so.
While the mummy dogs were cooking, I decided to make some spider web dip with ketchup and mustard.
Then Alexandre put the eyes on the mummies with mustard.
And voilà mummy dogs waiting to be eaten by my four kids…
A close up of one of the mummy dogs… Don’t you think he looks scared to death? Mmmmuuuaaaaahaahahahahaah!
The kids had a wonderful lunch. I think they liked the idea… This could also be a wonderful lunch ideas when studying Egypt and the pyramids….
Next time, I am planning to use the Pillsbury package. The dough won’t be as flaky as this one. Still it was YummY for our tummies!