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Easy Recipe: Scary-Silly Halloween Mummy Fingers

Easy Recipe: Scary-Silly Halloween Mummy Fingers

I always loved pigs in a blanket as a kid, and these are a really quick way to achieve similar results that are fun for Halloween. For a really spooky presentation you can go all out and squeeze a little mustard or ketchup on one end of the sausages to look like a nail. For a treat other times of year, skip the gory presentation and simply offer ketchup or mustard for dipping on the side.

Ingredients

Serves 4-6 as a Halloween snack

24 miniature chicken apple sausages (pre-cooked kind like Bruce Aidells’ Mini Chicken Apple Sausages)

4 6” flour tortillas

Ketchup and/or mustard

Preparation

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Cut a small indentation out of each sausage to look like a nail bed. Stack the tortillas, then place them between two damp paper towels and microwave for 20-30 seconds.  This will soften them. Cut the tortillas into strips that are 5” long by ¾” wide. 

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Wrap the end of each “finger” with a tortilla, then skewer each mini sausage with a toothpick horizontally.  Place all 24 of them on a baking sheet. Bake until the tortillas are a little golden and the sausages are warmed through, about 8-10 minutes. 

Squeeze a little ketchup or mustard into each nail bed. Remove the toothpicks and place them on a serving platter. 

Amanda Haas is a cookbook author and founder of the website One Family One Meal, which provides free recipes, menu plans, and shopping lists to parents who want to cook healthy meals their entire family will love. Her recipes and kitchen wisdom are currently also being showcased by Pottery Barn Kids. Cooking in Everyday English, her latest cookbook writing project, will be released in October of 2011 (pre-order at Amazon).

Image Source: A. Haas

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LisaSachen LisaSachen 5 years
Really? As if our kids are not going to be eating enough candy and non-nutritious foods on Halloween...pigs in a blanket? I'm disappointed.
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