No Halloween party is complete without some spooky mummy pizzas. They’re delicious, spooky and easy. Plus, you can print some Halloween food labels below to make your spooky buffet complete. Check it out!
Truth be told, I love Halloween. So, of course, I threw a fun costume party with some neighbors and it was a hit! The mummy pizzas hit the spot and the kids loved them. Here’s a video below:
Gather your mummy pizzas ingredients
The best part of these mummy pizzas are how simple they are. You’ll only need a few ingredients:
- Crescent dough sheets
- Pizza sauce
- Additional pizza toppings
Prep the dough
Layout out your crescent dough sheet and cut it into small rectangles. Then cut half of each rectangle into tiny strips.
On the half of the rectangle that isn’t cut into strips, place your pizza sauce, cheese and any other desirable toppings.
Wrap your mummy pizzas
Starting with the first strip at the top, wrap it diagonally across the other half of the dough and press gently together at the edge. Repeat with the other strips until your dough resembles a cute little mummy pizza.
To finish everything off, add two sliced olives for eyes and voila! You’re done!
Bake and enjoy!
Place your mummy pizzas on a greased cookie sheet and bake according to instructions on the crescent dough package.
Print your Halloween party food labels
Now that you have your mummy pizzas, you’ll need to print your creepy labels to finish off your Halloween buffet. You can print the labels by downloading the PDF below:
I love the classy yet creepy design of these labels. Each label corresponds to a different food that you can include in your Halloween buffet. They are listed below.
Bat Saliva = Water
Bones and Blood = Breadsticks and marinara sauce
Juicy Pumpkins = Cuties with jack-o-lantern faces draw on
Haunted Forest = Broccoli
Frog Legs = Celery sticks
Witch Fingers = Carrot sticks
Cat Eyes = Olives
Monster Mucus = Lemonade
Werewolf Salad = Any type of salad
Spooky Bark = Halloween chocolate bark
Mummy Pizzas = Pizza pockets that look like mummies
Vampire Brain = Jell-O in a brain mold
Simply print your labels, cut each page into fourths and fold each label at the dotted line. Simple and your guests will love it! It’s so easy but it looks like it took so much work.
Here’s some other ideas to make your next Halloween party a hit.
- Have spooky music playing
- Give out trophies for the best costume
- Hand out witch’s broom pens as party favors for your guests
Related link: FREE Halloween Advent Calendar