The ghosts and ghouls are out in full force. The spiders are hung by their webs with care. Little clowns run wild through the streets. That’s right, it’s Halloweentime. And what time of year is better to dust off all your creepy and crawly recipes for those special witches in your life? This Halloween Recipe: Creepy Breadstick Fingers, from Emily of Is This Really My Life, will have your guests screaming… YUM!
Halloween Recipe: Creepy Breadstick Fingers
Summary: This Halloween Recipe: Creepy Breadstick Fingers is sure to be success with all your ghouls and ghosts.
- 2 cans of refrigerated crescent roll dough
- Sliced almonds
- Preheat oven according to package directions and lightly spray baking sheet with cooking spray.
- Open cans and lay out crescent roll dough.
- Shape each triangle into a creepy finger complete with knuckles. Using a sharp knife, make three small slices on each knuckle. (Be careful not to cut too deeply.)
- Press one sliced almond into the end of each finger.
- Bake according to package directions. Serve with marinara sauce for an extra gruesome treat!
You can make these from scratch and then add green food coloring.
Emily Hill is a wife, mother, entrepreneur and writer. When she’s not driving carpool, stepping on Legos or hiding in her closet, she enjoys entertaining readers on isthisREALLYmylife.com. Emily is the social media specialist for Where Women Create and Where Women Cook magazines and a member of the eBay Parent Panel. She recently served as the co-owner and managing editor of SassyScoops.com and contributing editor for BoutiqueCafe.com. In her spare time she is a freelance copywriter and editor. Diet Coke and chocolate make it all possible.