Happy Halloween! Today is a busy day. We have Halloween parades, parties, pumpkins to carve, and trick or treating to get to. I am sure if you have kids, you are in the same boat. So here is a super quick side dish to make before you send them out tonight.
The more I look at these the more I think they look like sail boats, not witches hats, but go with me. Just don’t look too hard. I used store bought crescent rolls for these, and just didn’t roll them up all the way. Fold the tip over, and you have a hat! Great with a bowl of chili, or just about anything before they run around the neighborhood collecting candy.
My son thought they were super cute. He was very excited to have them with dinner. After awhile he did turn on me, and jumped on the sail boat side. Of course, I had to open my mouth and cast doubt, didn’t I? Either way, they are cute and fun for the kids.
- 1 package Crescent Rolls
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Open crescent roll package, and break apart the triangles. Starting from the wide end, roll up twice. Slightly fold over the tip (for the point of the hat). Place on a baking sheet. Repeat for all 8 rolls. Bake for 9-10 minute until golden brown.