These simple raspberry monster rolls are the perfect side or dessert for your spooky Halloween dinner! And they are so easy!
This post is sponsored by Pillsbury.
Now that my son is old enough to start remembering things, I am super excited to start family traditions. One family tradition I want to do is a fun spooky dinner on Halloween night! I’ve been looking for fun recipes to use for our dinner this year, and decided that I wanted to come up with my own recipe for the most important part: dessert.
A few weeks ago the Mister’s grandma and I made fresh raspberry jam using raspberries from their garden. I thought the beautiful red color of the raspberries would be perfect for our spooky dinner.
Growing up my mom would make crescents all the time, and I love baking them for my family now. I wanted to take them to the next level and make them fit into my spooky Halloween dinner!
All I did was add some raspberry jam to the unbaked dough,
roll it up,
bake it at 375 for 12 minutes,
add some candy eyeballs,
and turn the eyes red with juice from the raspberries!
They were super easy and turned out delicious! And my toddler loved that they had eyes!
I can’t wait to make them again for our spooky Halloween dinner! I’m going to dye some spaghetti noodles purple, and serve them with tomato sauce, veggies in the shape of a pumpkin, and fruit in the shape of ghosts! I can hardly wait!
- 1 container original Pillsbury Crescents
- 8 Tbsp. raspberry jam
- 16 candy eyeballs
- Spread 1 Tbsp. at the bottom of each crescent.
- Roll it up and bake at 375 for 12 minutes.
- Place two candy eyes on the outside of the roll.
- Dab the eyes with a raspberry.
- Serve hot.
What fun ideas are you doing for Halloween dinner?