These personal-sized mummified pizzas are so simple to make. Kids will enjoy making their own, too. Take an English muffin, add pizza sauce, use sliced olives for the eyes and add mozzarella cheese strips for the mummy bandages. Bake and enjoy!
What could be easier or more adorable than these bite-sized pretzel mummies? Just dunk tiny pretzel snaps in melted white chocolate and attach the eyes. Drizzle with chocolate again to "wrap" the mini mummies. Don't they look like Minion mummies?!
Use pie crust, either homemade or store-bought, to create these scrumptious mummy cookies. Rectangles of dough are topped with pumpkin filling and then covered with strips of dough to create the mummy bandages. Top with sugar and cinnamon and bake. Attach eyes and enjoy these sweet little mummies!
For a hot and zesty treat, make these cheese-filled jalapeño poppers that are creatively wrapped in strips of store-bought crescent roll dough. These are excellent Halloween party appetizers that will be adorable additions to your food table.
These colorful mummy cupcakes will be a hit with the kids! Vanilla buttercream frosting is piped on top of chocolate cupcakes using a basket weave tip to create the mummy bandages. Top with multi-colored M & M's for the eyes. Sweet!
White candy coating is the secret to these mummified cookies. I love that these mummies use plain dark M & M's for eyes. Those mummies really know how to give you the vacant-eyed stare! You can wrap up making these mummies in about an hour.
Kids will love this pizza mummy that uses a tube of store-bought pizza dough. You'll be doing some strategic cutting of the dough to create the mummy bandages - super easy. Build the pizza and just criss-cross and overlap the bandages to finish the look. PS: this might be a great time to do a mom hack and hide some veggies toppings in the pizza mummy!
These mummy pops are about as easy as it gets. Choose your store-bought sandwich cookie flavor, attached sticks, dunk in melted white chocolate, attach eyes, drizzle on mummy wrapping, let set. Voila! Mummy pops for the win!
If you're craving some dark chocolate in the sea of white chocolate Halloween mummy wraps, these cookie pops are for you. These decadent triple dark chocolate cookies are covered in a drizzle of white chocolate, but don't worry, the dark chocolate is the dominant flavor. Kids will love to help with these. They also make cute stand-up mummy decorations in little Halloween buckets or jars.
These adorable baked cheese mummies make a perfect appetizer for a Halloween party. Using mini cheese rounds, you simply wrap them with puff pastry and bake. Attached the eyes and you have a sweet little mummy appetizer all ready to be gobbled up!
If you're looking for a sweet and salty Halloween treat that kids and adults of all ages will love and that can double as party favors or be put in goodie bags, these cute mummy pretzels are it. Once made, they can stand in a jar of M & M's or candy corn and delight you with their adorable little faces.
Three ingredients are all you need to create this sweet Halloween treat. Get your parchment paper ready because you're going to be crushing some Oreos! Get the kids in on the action and let them help sprinkle the crushed cookies over the chocolate. They'll love adding the candy eyes and drizzling more melted chocolate over the top for the mummy bandages. That's it! Let it set and harden before breaking it apart.
There's a caramel apple hiding under the cute mummy wrap! Not only are these delicious, but this is a fun project for the kids to help with. These apple mummies are great for Halloween parties or to package up in cellophane for gifts.
Is it a cookie dough treat or a rice krispie treat? It's both! This is a homemade two layer Halloween treat that is well worth your time to make from scratch - double yummy! But don't stop there. You'll want to mummify this crunchy treat with white chocolate and, of course, edible eyes for a sweet little Halloween spooky treat.
These cute mummies couldn't be easier to make. If you can melt some chocolate and drizzle it over a rectangular shortbread cookie (store-bought is totally okay!) and attach some eyes, then you're in business. Enjoy them on their own or stand them up in easy-to-make pudding dirt cups.
This is an awesome cake to make for a party. The mummified look comes in during the buttercream frosting process. You'll need a piping bag and a tip to create the mummy's bandages. Use sandwich cookies for eyes. Be prepared for rave reviews when you cut into this cake!
Make these seasonal maple cinnamon cookies and then mummify them by drizzling a simple powdered sugar and milk glaze on the top. Attached edible eyes and you have a scrumptiously delicious cookie mummy.