This spooky mummy fingers recipe is a really fun and tasty addition to any Halloween party. It’s so easy to do as well, and adds a definite WOW factor to your Halloween party table. It also uses less pastry than a traditional sausage roll recipe – so you could even say it’s slightly healthy (!).
Ingredients for spooky mummy fingers recipe
an egg, whisked
a pack of puff pastry
Roll out the pastry on a floured surface until it is a little thinner.
Cut the pastry into strips, about half a cm thick. You need one strip per sausage so make sure the strip is long enough.
Ideally you need fairly thin sausages, or else they will take ages to cook!
Wrap the sausages in the pastry, leaving gaps as you go. You could leave a space for a “face” at the top if you prefer.
A little helper can give you a hand now, using the beaten egg, coat the mummy sausage rolls all over.
Bake for 30 minutes at 180 degrees, though the exact time will depend on how big your sausages are and how much pastry you’ve used. Then you’re done!