Halloweenie Pockets

 Halloweenie Pockets – Hot dog stuffed Biscuits

Halloweenie Pockets – refrigerated biscuits cut out in a jack-o-lantern shape and filled with bbq hot dogs. Fun halloween treat!
Halloweenie Pockets - refrigerated biscuits cut out in a jack-o-lantern shape and filled with bbq hot dogs. Fun halloween treat!

Hotdog Biscuits Pockets

How cute!!  These Halloweenie Pockets are a twist on crescent dogs.  We chopped up hot dogs, tossed them in BBQ sauce, topped it all with cheese and stuffed it inside a jack-o-lantern biscuit pocket.

Halloweenie Pockets - refrigerated biscuits cut out in a jack-o-lantern shape and filled with bbq hot dogs. Fun halloween treat!

Easy Halloween Party Recipe

This idea came from Chicken Legs, which is odd because he hates hot dogs.  I wasn’t sure he would eat them, but he did and loved them.  I have to admit, they were really good.  I really liked the BBQ sauce.

These are so much fun to make and eat!  They are the perfect lunch, snack or dinner for your little ghosts and goblins this Halloweenie!

Halloweenie Pockets - refrigerated biscuits cut out in a jack-o-lantern shape and filled with bbq hot dogs. Fun halloween treat!

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Entree
American
Yield: 8 Halloweenie Pockets

Halloweenie PocketsRecipe

prep time: 10 minscook time: 15 mins total time: 25 mins
Halloweenie Pockets – refrigerated biscuits cut out in a jack-o-lantern shape and filled with bbq hot dogs. Fun Halloween treat!

ingredients:

  • 7 hot dogs
  • 1/4 – 1/3 cup BBQ sauce
  • 4 slices American cheese
  • 1 can (8-count) Grands Flaky Biscuits

instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. Dice hotdogs and toss with BBQ sauce.
  3. Separate each biscuit into layers. Flatten each layer into a 4-inch circle. Top one layer with some BBQ hot dog and half a slice of American cheese.
  4. Using a sharp knife, cut out jack-o-lantern faces from the remaining biscuit layer; place over hot dog mixture and pinch edges to seal tightly. Roll scraps from face cut-outs and use as the stem. Repeat with remaining biscuits.
  5. Bake for 15-18 minutes, until golden brown.

NOTES:

Can use turkey dogs. Can substitute your favorite cheese slices for American cheese.

MORE HALLOWEEN RECIPES:


Spider Hot Dogs
Monster Munch
Pizza Skulls
Spooktacular Halloween Candy Cake
Breadstick Bones

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  1. OMGosh! These are too funny! I love how some of the filling is oozing out of that one pumpkins mouth! So gross and fun all at the same time.
    I love this idea Stephanie! Perfect for Halloween night before or after trick-or-treating!

  2. How adorable. I will make these on Halloween before we head out for some goodies. I will steal credit and be called "Best. Mom. EVAH!" 😉

    I just found this site on Sunday and have already made three things (skillet bread, pot roast that uses three packets and the crack potatoes). My family is in heaven and my freezer has pot roast and potatoes for another meal. Thanks very much for all the hard work you put into the site and the recipes.

  3. These are so cute! I'm super impressed that Chicken Legs came up with them. 🙂 I just might have to try these! It would be fun to try different fillings, too.

    My husband surprises me with what he likes all the time, too…

  4. Well those fellows will fool you all the time.

    I've been eating cheese grits for years. My hubby would not touch them.

    Then we go to New Orleans a couple of weeks ago and get cheese grits and shrimp. A couple of days ago I fixed cheese grits and he devours some…..

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