Halloween can be so much fun with Holiday Themed Food. Making Witches Hat Crescent Rolls is so quick and easy and makes a great wow factor at any meal. Pillsbury Crescent roll dough is so easy to use with only a few added ingredients you will love these Halloween Rolls with dinner.
This fun recipe is perfect to ask the kids to help you in the kitchen. It's a simple recipe with simple ingredients that you really can't mess up.
Witches Hat Crescent Rolls can be served on the side of many meals, or as an appetizer served with dipping sauce just because. I've even made a batch as an after school snack and the kids went crazy for. There are so many fun ways to serve these fun treats.
Ingredients needed for Witches Hat Rolls
- Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- Garlic Powder
- Italian Seasonings
- Finely grated Parmesan Cheese
- Olive Slices
How to make Crescent Roll Witches Hats
Open Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and carefully unroll crescent rolls. One package has eight crescent triangles. Carefully pull apart on preform cuts or use a sharp knife or pizza cutter to separate dough into long triangle pieces of dough.
I prefer to place dough on parchment paper on a baking sheet but rolls can be placed on baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray.
Roll bottom, the widest part of the triangle making a brim of a hat. Then shape the top point of the triangle to become rounded for the top of the witches hat.
Brush melted butter on crescent roll dough and sprinkle with Garlic Powder and/or herb seasonings/ Italian Seasonings.
I like to top it off with a finely grated parmesan cheese before baking.
Heat Oven and Bake following the baking directions of the package.
Remove when rolls are golden brown.
Make the band of the witches hat with a thin slice of cheese and garnish with an olive slice for the buckle.
Crescent dough sheets can also be used. Make sure to cut sheet in quarters and then cut each quarter diagonally to make a large triangle. This works perfectly for making witches hats.
The recipe card below has all the measurements and directions.
Making Halloween Dinner can be super simple and the family will love the extra effort put forth making themed food. With so many Fun Halloween Recipes you just can't go wrong.
Some of our favorite are making Crescent Roll Mummy Dogs with hot dogs and strips of crescent dough wrapped around them. Adding candy eyes or even using dots of mustard for eyes is fun and spooky.
There are so many fun dinner ideas for your next Halloween Bash.
Crescent Roll Witch Hats are a hit all month long with any meal, so give them a try and let me know how well everyone enjoyed them. I love to hear how they turned out.
Tag @devourdinner on social media so I can see your fun photos.
Halloween Breakfast Idea
What to have some fun with this recipe? Try brushing with melted butter and sprinkling with a Cinnamon and Sugar Mixture.
Enjoy dipping baked Witches Hats into a cream cheese drizzle frosting for a tasty treat this holiday season.
Rolls are baked when the edges are light golden brown.
For more easy Halloween Recipes check out all my Holiday recipes. I personally love making Cinnamon Roll Intestines, and Vampire Donuts. They are always a hit.
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Halloween Treats Week Recipes
- Skull Chicken Pot Pie from Big Bear's Wife
- Mushroom Skull Spaghetti from Semihomemade Recipes
- Mummy Cinnamon Rolls from Fresh April Flours
- Pumpkin Patch Focaccia from Sweet ReciPEAs
- Spider Cookies from An Affair from the Heart
- Frankenstein Cookies with Peanut Butter Cups from Best Cookie Recipes
- Witch Hat Crescent Roll from Devour Dinner
- Chocolate Pretzel Owls from Savory Moments
- Candy Corn Hot Chocolate from Hezzi-D's Books and Cooks
- Deathly Hallows Blondies from Simply Inspired Meals
- Oozing Mummy Baked Brie from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures
- Halloween Pimento Cheese Brain Dip from Pastry Chef Online
- Eyeball Zucchini Pizza Bites from Our Good Life
- Pumpkin Cheese Ball from Take Two Tapas
- Pretzel Ghosts from Sweet Beginnings
- Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats from Cheese Curd In Paradise
- Rice Krispy Treat Mummies from Jen Around the World
- Flying Purple People Eater Milkshakes from The Spiffy Cookie
Witches Hat Crescent Rolls
- 1 pkg Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- 2 tbl Butter melted
- ½ teaspoon Garlic Powder
- ½ teaspoon Italian Seasonings
- 2 Tablespoons Parmesan Cheese Finely grated
- Cheese garnish
- Sliced Olives garnish
- Preheat Oven to 375 Degrees
- Line Baking Sheet with Parchment Paper
- Unroll Crescent Rolls are carefully separate dough
- Roll crescent dough from long edge making a brim of a hat
- Shape top of triangle to round near top for a witches hat and place on baking sheet. Repeat with remaining dough
- Mix melted butter with Garlic Powder and Italian Seasonings
- Brush butter mixture onto crescent rolls
- Sprinkle finely grated parmesan cheese on crescent rolls
- Bake at 375 for 11-13 minutes or until Witches Hat Crescent Rolls are golden brown
- Remove from oven and allow to cool
- slice cheese in thin slices and place on brim of witches hat for a band. Place 1 Olive slice on top of cheese for buckle
- Serve with dipping sauce, guacamole, or enjoy plain
Super easy and so creative! Perfect for getting the kids to help in the kitchen!
These turned out so great. I can see these on a Halloween Charcuterie board!
They would be so fun on a Charcuterie Board!
These are so creative! I love it!
Thanks Lynn, they are fun to make with dinner all month long.
Well my son is 5 and I bet he LOVES these as a Halloween lunch!
I should say a 5 year old would. I wish I had made these for my boys when they were that age.
What a cute and Halloweeny idea for crescent rolls! And I'm all about the sprinkle of Parm on them, too. Yum!
I love the little sprinkle of parm too.