Halloween Hot Dog Fingers

Severed fingers made from hot dogs are the perfect scary treat for your next Halloween party. This is a guide about making Halloween hot dog fingers.

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Recipe: Hot Dog Fingers

By StellaBell 179 147

Halloween hot dog fingers.The kids really loved this one. What can I say? Kids love hot dogs even if they look like dismembered fingers!

Ingredients

  • Hot dogs (pre cooked)
  • String cheese
  • Ketchup
  • Cream cheese (optional)

Directions

Cut the hot dog in half. Slice the string cheese thinly into rounds for the finger nails. Cut off part of the hot dog towards the rounded off end to create a flat place for the cheese to sit.

Add a little cream cheese to the bottom of the cheese to make it stick if desired.

Wedge out lines to create the knuckles, a few under the finger nail and a few at the end of the hot dog.

Use the ketchup to lay over the ends of the cut fingers to make it look like blood!

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Halloween: Severed Fingers

By Jess 132 771

Here is a platter of hot dog "fingers" that my friend Lisa made for a Halloween party. They were inspired Stella's post from 2006. I love how they are in a circle with the ketchup and eyeballs in the middle. Very creepy.

By Jessica from Hillsboro, OR

A plate of hot dogs that look like severed fingers for a Halloween party.

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