Are you looking for a fun Halloween lunch to send to school with your kids or maybe a quick dinner before they are off to fill up on buckets of candy? You’re in the right place! Nobody has time to spend on dinner when you’re fitting costumes, finding candy buckets and answering the door for trick-or-treaters. Whip up this super fast, three-ingredient crowd pleaser and win the Super Mom of the year award
This corndog centipede or milipede, (depending on how much time you have on your hands) is sure to get rave reviews.
Package of mini corndogs
Bag of chow mein noodles
Your favorite condiments
Bake mini corndogs according to package directions.
Place them in a wiggly row with the wide lengths touching each other. Make your creature as long as you’d like! You can make one really long one or a few shorter ones.
Stick a dried noodle in each end of each corndog. Add two on the head for antennae. Be careful, the corndogs are hot!
Add eyes with ketchup or mustard.
Serve with additional condiments.
The first time making this I worried the noodles might break trying to stick them in the corndog, but they don’t! No need to make the holes first, just stick the noodles right in.
If you are sending for a lunch you can connect the corndogs with toothpicks so they stay together.
For dinner try placing a folded piece of foil across the middle of the dinner table and allow the kids to grab their own segments to eat! If you want to get gory about it add piles of ketchup or mustard in between broken segments. Blood and guts, Eeew!