Halloween Mummy Recipes

Halloween is the time of year when ghouls, ghosts, and things that go bump in the night come out to play – that includes these creepy Halloween mummy recipes. And what better way to celebrate this spooktacular season than by conjuring up some wickedly tasty treats?

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In this chillingly delightful post, we’re unwrapping a collection of Halloween Mummy Recipes that are sure to cast a spell on your taste buds and thrill your guests. From savory snacks that resemble ancient pharaohs to sweet delights that playfully mimic the tightly wrapped tombs, we’ll guide you through every step of creating these scary sweet delights.

So, grab your apron, sharpen your fangs, and let’s embark on a culinary adventure that will leave everyone hauntingly impressed. Get ready to mummify your menu and turn your Halloween gathering into a truly memorable feast

Halloween Monster Cupcakes
Mummy Peanut Butter Sugar Cookies
Witch Hat Cookies
Easy Frankenstein Cupcakes
Edible Broken Glass Cupcakes
Halloween Mason Jar Crafts

Tips and Pointers for Creating Perfect Halloween Mummy Recipes:

Before we dive into the list of delicious recipes, here are some handy tips and pointers to ensure your mummy creations are a hit:

  • Puff Pastry Magic: Many mummy-themed recipes use puff pastry or crescent roll dough to create the iconic wrapped mummy look. Be sure to keep your dough chilled until ready to use, as cold dough will be easier to work with and will puff up nicely in the oven.
  • Eye-Catching Eyes: Mummies aren’t complete without their signature spooky eyes peeking through the wraps. You can use olives, small tomatoes, or even sliced cheese to create the eyes. Get creative and use different sizes for a fun twist.
  • Saucy Details: To give your mummies that extra touch, consider using sauces or condiments to create “bandage” lines. Ketchup, mustard, and mayo can be applied in thin lines before baking to mimic the look of wrapped mummy bandages.
  • Assembly Order: When layering your ingredients for savory recipes, remember to place the filling on the dough before wrapping it up. This will ensure that the mummy’s bandages stay neatly in place.
  • Sweet and Savory Balance: Mix and match your mummy recipes with a balance of sweet and savory options. This way, you’ll have something for everyone to enjoy, whether they’re craving something sugary or salty.


halloween oreo mummy pops in a glass jar

Using Oreo cookies, melted white chocolate, and candy eyes, you get to make these adorable mummy pops that both kids and adults will LOVE.

These Oreo mummy pops can be served in a glass vase as a decorative display for any Halloween party. They’re also ideal hand-held treats, minimizing post-party cleanup which is always a win.

Get the full recipe from Food N Service


easy halloween mummy recipe with cookies and striped icing

These chocolate Halloween Mini Mummy Cookies are the perfect spooky addition to your Halloween celebrations. These delicious little cookies make plenty to share and are so fun.

This recipe makes a lot of mini cookies quickly and easily. Perfect for a Halloween party or to share for a school party.

Get the full recipe from On My Kids Plate


dark cocoa mummy brownies dessert recipe

There is so much Halloween candy to be had. But there are often parties to go along all October, and these Halloween-themed mummy brownies are cute, simple, and a huge hit with everyone.

And you can make a delicious homemade brownie recipe in no time, to make these spooky fun treats (or use boxed brownie mix of course – no judging!).

Get the full recipe from Kate The Baker


It doesn’t get any cuter than these Mummy Shortbread Cookies for Halloween! Packed with the flavors of vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg, they will be the perfect addition to your spooky soiree.

These Halloween Mummy Shortbread Cookies are the perfect option – they’re simple to make and super cute! Not only are they adorable, they are packed with the delicious Fall flavors of vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

Get the full recipe from Pass Me A Spoon


Take the cocoa bomb craze to a new level by making breakable Halloween Mummy Candy Bombs! They’re adorable, delicious, and FUN. Halloween will never be the same. These would make a great treat for Halloween parties, school parties, co-workers, or just to enjoy with your kids. In other words…they’re perfect for EVERYONE.

Get the full recipe from Made In A Pinch


These fun mummy Oreo balls are the perfect spooky dessert for Halloween. They only have four ingredients and are easy to make in advance for an upcoming spooky party. You can easily change the color of the white chocolate coating to make different Halloween-themed treats.

Get the full recipe from Clan Kitchen


Jalapeno peppers filled with an herb cream cheese/cheddar cheese blend and wrapped with crescent dough to create delectable mummies perfect for Halloween.

Add a couple of candy eyes, then bake, and you’ve got a delicious Halloween appetizer, aka Mummy Jalapeño Poppers.

Get the full recipe from FoodnService


It only takes about 30 minutes to make these Mummy and Spider Web Rice Krispies Treats. Make these with your kids for a fun do-together project.

If you’re looking for a baking project without the baking, this is for you! These Mummy and Spider Web Rice Krispies Treats start with pre-made Rice Krispies Treats, so you can get straight to the fun part…decorating.

Get the full recipe from Finding Time to Fly


These mini mummy pizzas are a fun and healthy Halloween snack. With just four ingredients they are on the table in only fifteen minutes! Fa-boo-lous. These mummy English muffin pizzas are cute and easy Halloween snacks. They are so simple the kids can even help you make them. They are perfect for a light lunch or dinner, a spooktacular party, or an easy and healthy Halloween snack before going trick or treating.

Get the full recipe from Aussie Home Cook


These festive and super cute Halloween Mummy Rice Krispie Treats only need 3 ingredients! Easy to make with pre-made rice krispie treats, white melting chocolate, and googly candy eyes. Make these mummy treats for a Halloween party, family gathering, or school party with kids.

Get the full recipe from Together as Family


These adorable mummy cherry pies are the perfect spooky Halloween dessert! This ghoulish recipe is perfect for a Halloween party snack board or just as a special sweet treat for the family. One way to add a little extra fun is to make a spooky treat, and these Mummy Cherry Pies check all the right boxes. Fast, easy, and the perfect mix of semi-homemade and spooky fun mummy recipes.

Get the full recipe from On My Kids Plate


Mummy cookies make a great addition to just about any Halloween-themed party or gathering whether you serve them as cookie pops, on a platter, or wrapped in cellophane baggies as a party favor.

These mummy cookies couldn’t be easier to make. We’ve included directions on how to use refrigerated sugar cookie dough, canned frosting mixed with powdered sugar, and candy eyeballs to make them quick to throw together in a snap.

Get the full recipe from  Amandas  Cookin


These soft and spooky black cocoa cookies are made from scratch with black Dutch cocoa powder for delicate chocolate flavor and intense black color (without food coloring). This quick and easy Halloween cookie recipe includes decorating instructions for creating a white chocolate mummy or spiderweb design.

Get the full recipe from Always Eat Dessert


A non-candy Halloween treats that kids will love, Mummy Meatballs are a spooky fun party appetizer that’s ready in about 20 minutes. These easy Mummy Meatballs provide protein to balance out some of the special occasion sweets served at Halloween. Plus, they’re super easy to make.

Get the full recipe from In The Kids Kitchen


White chocolate Halloween candy apples are easy to make. A fun Fall dessert with fresh fruit inside decorated as mummies for the holidays.

You can decorate the outside however you like. Make them orange as pumpkins, a mummy, black for a witch or bat, the possibilities are endless once you understand how to make chocolate apples.

Get the full recipe from Temecula Blogs


These Halloween chocolate apples are a delicious treat. They are kid-friendly and so fun, making it a perfect Halloween activity for getting the kids creative. Chocolate-covered apples on a stick are a great party food that can be decorated to your own unique design after they are dipped in chocolate.

Get the full recipe from Gluten Free Tranquility


These Mummy Hotdogs are the easiest, and cutest, Halloween food for dinner or a party! Hot dogs get turned into delicious mummies using crescent dough and candy eyeballs. Serve with your favorite hot dog dippers like ketchup, mustard, and relish.

Make it a complete Halloween mummy-themed meal and serve it for dessert.

Get the full recipe from Together As Family


There is no baking required for these adorable Mummy Halloween Brownie Bites! Start with ready-made brownies and get right to the fun of creating. Making these Mummy Brownie Bites with your kids would be a fun and quick after-school project.

Get the full recipe from Finding Time To Fly


Mummy Nutter Butter cookies are sweet, chocolaty, and an adorable Halloween treat. Perfect for parties, this easy no-bake treat looks adorable on party trays. Expect these cookies to taste their best for about five days when stored in an airtight container on the counter.

Get the full recipe from On My Kids Plate

Frequently Asked Questions About Halloween Mummy Recipes:

Can I prepare these mummies in advance?

Absolutely! You can wrap the hot dogs in the pastry ahead of time and store them in the refrigerator.

Are these recipes kid-friendly?

Yes, these recipes are perfect for kids! In fact, getting children involved in the assembly process can be a fun and engaging activity. Let them help create the mummy wraps and add the eyes for a memorable cooking experience.

Can I make a larger batch for a party?

Of course! Simply adjust the quantities based on the number of guests. You might want to consider preparing a variety of mummies with different types of sausages or condiments for added variety.

How do I ensure the puff pastry cooks evenly?

Placing the wrapped mummies on a parchment-lined baking sheet and brushing them with egg wash helps achieve even browning and a crispy texture.

Can I add other toppings to the mummies?

Absolutely! Get creative with your mummy toppings. You could add minced herbs, grated cheese, or even a sprinkle of poppy or sesame seeds for added texture.

These Halloween mummy recipes offer a creative and spooktacular way to celebrate the season. From savory treats to sweet delights, these culinary creations are sure to bewitch your taste buds and delight your guests.

Whether you’re throwing a Halloween party, preparing a festive family dinner, or simply looking for a fun culinary project, these mummy-themed dishes are a fantastic choice.

With ingredients that are easily accessible and step-by-step instructions that cater to both novice and experienced cooks, these recipes provide a range of options to suit various preferences.

The visual appeal of the mummy-inspired presentation adds an extra layer of excitement to the dining experience, making each dish a memorable centerpiece for your Halloween festivities.

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