Alright,  we are having a Halloween party folks! By now you already know that I am not big on Halloween. Well, I wasn’t. Until my daughter decided she wants a Halloween-themed birthday. All of a sudden, I am trying to come up with several Halloween party recipes and I am enjoying every moment of it.

Using my creative genius, if I can say so myself, and some borrowed ideas from Pinterest, I came up with several recipes for our ghoul day.  This particular recipe is creepy but fun to eat. Make sure you add this Halloween recipe to your Halloween party must-haves.  You will have no regrets. They are easy to make and who doesn’t like hot dogs?

Of course, I will not leave you hanging without telling you what to do with these. You can simply use this Halloween fingers in your hotdog buns or step it up with with a Halloween party Virgin Mary. Your guests will be amazed! Not big on tomato drinks? My Virgin Sangria will substitute just fine. Make sure you check it out!

Here is one of our Halloween Party Recipes.
5 from 5 votes
Halloween Party Severed Fingers
Halloween Party Severed Finger Recipe
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
5 mins
Total Time
25 mins
 

Our Halloween Party is around the corner so gear up for some ghoulish recipes courtesy of my daughter. What is Halloween without bloody deliciousness?

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Servings: 8 people
Calories: 210 kcal
Ingredients
  • 8 Turkey Franks
  • 8 Hotdog Buns
  • 6 cups water
  • Ketchup as desired
Instructions
  1. Bring a large pot of water to a boil on the stove.
  2. To make the fingernails, make a small D using a carving knife towards the tip of the hotdog.This will form your nailbed.
    Halloween party severed fingers
  3. Carefully discard the pieces you cut off.
  4. To make the knuckles, make 3 slits 1/4 inch from top and another 1/4 inch from bottom as shown in the pictures

  5. Cut off the tip of the other end, if you so desire (optional)
  6. Boil the hot dogs following package directions. Typically 4-5 mins.
  7. Serve each hotdog finger in a hot dog bun. Load with ketchup making sure to get some ketchup on the bottom of each "severed finger" and the knuckles.
Recipe Notes

Skip step 7 if serving with Virgin Mary.