Sausage mummies

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Sausage mummies


  • 6 regular sausages, 2 cocktail sausages
  • 1 pack of shortcrust pastry
  • 1 egg (for egg wash)

Turn your sausages into spooky sausage mummies this Halloween.

With a little bit of shortcrust pastry and a handful of sausages, these sausage mummies are really easy to make with the kids!

These sausage mummies take 20-30 mins to make and 20 mins to cook. Delicious both hot and cold!

If you want to take them one step further drizzle in tomato ketchup for a blood-like look!


Step 1

Preheat oven 200C/400F/Fan 180C/Gas Mark 6. Roll out your pastry and measure the sausages on the pastry cutting the pastry into strips with a sharp knife.


Step 2

Start from the base of the sausage and wrap the pastry around the sausage moving upwards.


Step 3

Make sure the pastry is pulled tightly around the sausage so it doesn't unravel. Leave a gap at the top of the sausage for the sausage mummies 'face'. Brush with egg wash and pop onto a baking tray and continue with the other sausages.


Step 4

Cook in the oven 15-20 mins until the pastry is golden and crisp. Once they've cooled draw on the scary faces using black writing icing.


Step 5

In the mood for making some more spooky treats? Come and have a look at all of our gruesome Halloween party food creations including zombie-bread men, crunchy pumpkins and more - click here!

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