A little bit of enjoyable for Halloween! Scorching canine wrapped in stripes of pastry to appear like Mummies. A dot of purple meals dye for the eyes and your finished. Probably not a recipe – only a enjoyable thought. Thank goodness for Sainsbury’s – a variety of milk free hotdogs and three selections of milk free prepared rolled pastry make life simpler! It’s nice that it’s doable to make these for teenagers with milk allergy symptoms – so good to have one thing that’s precisely the identical as everybody else.
We used the shortcrust because it’s Molly’s desire.
Jus Rol Quick Crust Pastry or Sainsbury’s Quick Crust Pastry is Dairy free
Sainsbury’s have dairy free hotdogs
Halloween Hotdog Mummies
- Jus – Roll Dairy Free Shortcrust Pastry
Preheat the oven to 170°C, 350°F
Unroll the pastry and with a pointy knife reduce the pastry into skinny strips – about 4 mm
Seize a hotdog and reduce ‘legs’ by slicing the hotdog in half about 1/2 inch from the underside. Make two ‘arms’ by slicing a small slice on both aspect of the hotdog half means up.
Take the strips of pastry and wrap round beginning on the backside and shifting up. It is meant to appear like bandages (natch) so overlap them a bit. Tuck the ends across the again if you get to the tip of a strip.
Go away an area for the eyes, and wrap the pinnacle bandages.
Use purple meals dye pens to create mouths, and black or blue to create the eyes. You should utilize edible glue and stick sugar eyes on them, and whereas that appears nice I feel the style combine is revolting.
Bake for 10 minutes till the pastry is golden. The legs will wing out within the warmth.
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