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Halloween Eats: Breadstick Bones with “Marrow”-nara Dipping Sauce

By Brooke McLay |

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Hate those gross-out Halloween foods that cost you an arm and a leg…and then no one ever actually eats anyway? It’s time to turn your Halloween eats around. This fun, easy recipe takes the most basic ingredients and makes cheese-filled breadsticks that are so good, you’ll be trying to beat your tots to the last bone. And they are cute to boot! What could be better to offer up to a ravenous crowd at your next Halloween party?

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Breadstick Bones

Makes 10 breadsticks

  • 1 tube refrigerated Thin Pizza Crust dough
  •  10 string cheese sticks
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1/2 tablespoon salt
  • 1 cup marinara sauce, heated

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Open pizza crust and cut in half width-wise, then slice into 10 rectangles.

Roll one string cheese stick in the center of each rectangle. Press the dough to secure it closed around the cheese.

Create the ends of the “bones” by rolling the extra dough until it reaches the top of the string cheese stick. Press it to form two knobs at the top and bottom.

Place on a parchment-lined baking sheet and repeat until all string cheese is wrapped in dough. Brush butter over the sticks with a basting brush.

Sprinkle with salt.

Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown.

Remove from oven and cool slightly before serving with marinara for dipping!

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Brooke McLay

Brooke McLay is a recipe developer, food writer, food photographer, and cooking show host for Babble, General Mills, and Good Cook. You can find and follow her latest whims at Cheeky Kitchen. Read bio and latest posts → Read Brooke's latest posts →

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