Boo! Mummy Dogs Sausage Breakfast Kolaches

October 27th, 2009 by katie

Halloween is almost here!  Surprise your loved ones with this spooky fun breakfast.  These sausage kolaches can be made anytime of year but for Halloween they make the cutest little undead breakfast treats ever.  Make as many or as few as you want, just match the number of sausages with the number of crescents you have.

Mummy Sausage Breakfast Kolaches

makes a dozen, prep 15 min (after cooking sausage), cook 10 min
  • 12 breakfast sausage links, cooked, any flavor (maple, spicy, etc..)
  • 12 crescent dough pieces, canned, refrigerated
  • mustard for mummy eyes
  1. Cook your sausages.  Preheat the oven to 375°F.
  2. Using kitchen shears or a sharp knife, cut your crescent dough into long strips.
  3. Wrap each sausage in strips of dough leaving a space towards one end for the mummy’s face.  You may have leftover crescent dough.
  4. Bake kolaches for about 10 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. When ready to serve, use a toothpick or knife tip dipped in mustard to make two eyes.

You can make ketchup eyes too but they don’t stand out as well.  You can also do this with party sausages or hot dogs for finger food.  If you don’t have time to make these in the morning before running out to school or work, you can make them at night, refrigerate, and reheat them in the oven for a few minutes.  The microwave works too, for an even faster option, but they will be softer.

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Posted in Breakfast, Cooking with Kids, Easy, Fast, Snacks/Appetizers

14 Responses

  1. marguerite

    Yum!! Fun & Yummy!

  2. Kristin

    Those are adorable!!! A cute take on the pig in the blanket!!

  3. Lisa@The Cutting Edge of Ordinary

    Adorable! I make these every year for the kids. I also always put green food coloring in the milk for Halloween too. It’s kinda tradition at the house, now the boys expect it.

  4. Devi

    These are adorable! They are almost too cute to eat :)

  5. Su-Lin

    That’s just about the cutest thing I’ve seen all week!

  6. Arunah

    Simply irresistible !

  7. jo

    These look way, way too cute to be scary! I absolutely love what you have done here.

  8. Half Assed Kitchen

    Oooh, i was just wondering what to make for our Halloween party! Perfect, thank you!

  9. Aggie

    adorable!!

  10. Ariel

    wow this are the cutest things I have EVER seen. Such a creative halloween breakfast. Love it!

  11. sweetbird

    Ack! The cuteness is killing me! Halloween is one reason I look forward to having kids…

  12. ||| laura frantz |||

    Making these this morning with the kiddies, I’ll send you a pic of our results! SOOOOO CUTE!!

  13. CandyGirl

    I made these for breakfast on Halloween … what a treat! My son (who is 25) absolutely loved them. I think we now have a new tradition…

  14. Cheryl

    I wondered where these kolaches originated. Being Czech, I’ve never heard of any made like this and am curious about the origin.

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