Thanks to Klement’s sausages for sponsoring this post. As usual, all opinions are my own.
I’m all about easy cooking – and food consumption. This is a quick – and yummy – dinner idea for Halloween night (or any night you want to include mummies on the menu)! We have plans for trick-or-treating and possibly a fall festival the evening of Halloween, which means we don’t have a lot of time for dinner. We can’t skip dinner (because who wants to deal with a 5-year-old hyped up on sugar at bedtime?) and I would also love to keep within the spooky theme of the day. Enter Klement’s polish sausages to the rescue.
Lucky for us, we already had Klement’s sausages on hand. A few years ago I made mummy hot dogs, but since we already have the sausages, I thought they’d be great paired with crescent rolls! My husband is such a fan of polish sausages and I’m a bigger fan of quick. This version doesn’t require a bun, either! Oh and there’s so little prep that by the time your little ones get changed into their costumes, the mummies will be ready for consumption.
What you need:
A pack of Klement’s pre-cooked sausages
1 package of crescent rolls
Pull your crescent rolls apart, and slice thin strips of the dough. Wrap the strips around your sausage. Bake on a baking sheet at 350 degrees for approximately 12 minutes or until golden brown. One triangle of dough is more than enough for one of Klement’s pre-cooked sausages. Once baked, you can enjoy!
The great thing about the polish sausages and the crescent rolls is they’re both supposed to bake or grill for about 12-15 minutes, so this really worked out.
And if the mummies aren’t your thing you could go with an uncut crescent roll (just one that hasn’t been sliced to pieces) and wrap it around a pre-cooked sausage. Bake at 350 for 12 minutes and you have a sausage inside of a roll. Game changer – and possibly perfect for game watching!
These also make easy leftovers for the next day. (I promise we’ll be eating them over the next few days.)
What is your go-to meal for Halloween night?