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refrigerator dough shaped like bones and served with a dipping sauce colored red

Fun food for Halloween

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce is a clever dish that’s so easy and budget friendly for any party. 

It’s a friendly snack, and not a sweet treat, which is a nice addition to a Halloween feast.

I have the quick recipe for you that the kids can help with too. 

Great for a teen party, family get-together or an office mingle.  Everyone will love the taste and the look of these Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce




Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Ingredients:
11 oz. refrigerated bread sticks
1/2 cup ranch dressing
1/2 – 1 tsp. hot sauce red coloring food  

Directions:

Heat the oven to 375 degrees.

Coat a cookie sheet with spray release, or link with parchment paper.

Take the breaksticks out of the can.

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Cut each bread stick in half



Tie each half  of the bread stick into a knot at each end.  

Place on cookie sheet, kind of scrunching the middle so it is not too thin, allowing it to cook evenly with the knotted ends.  

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

 

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Bake for 9-12 minutes, watching until they are just browned on the bottom and cooked through.When baked through, brush with softened garlic butter or plain butter.Mix together the ranch dressing, hot sauce and food coloring to make the bloody sauce.

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Halloween Crunchy Bread Bones and Dipping Sauce

Serve in a bowl alongside the ‘bread bones’ for dipping.

Carrie’s recipe, Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2013, 2018

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  • Carrie, these look so cute! I love a Halloween food idea that isn’t sugar laden, since I think there is already a lot of that!
    Maybe I’ll have to make this to bring to a Halloween party this year.
    Thanks for sharing this at the Retro Re-pin Party.

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