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Make a fun, creative dish with these Spooky Graveyard Rolls using King’s Hawaiian Original Dinner Rolls. These are sure to add some Halloween flavor to your dinner table.
Can I start by saying that I LOVE to make some fun Halloween inspired foods? Even better when you can celebrate Hallowaiian with King’s Hawaiian Original Dinner Rolls.
My daughter I carved out some time to get creative and make a fun little dessert for our family that helped us celebrate Halloween with our Spooky Graveyard Rolls. My daughter LOVES to get in the kitchen with me. She’s already been asking me when we are going to carve pumpkins and eat all the seeds too.
I really enjoy that time with her, cooking and baking is something she’s loved since she was super little. Her life goal is to own her own bakery and donut truck. I say…go for it, girl. This mama will be your #1 customer. I really do hope she goes for it!
In the meantime, we are getting some practice by making a delicious Spooky Graveyard.
Did you know that you can use King’s Hawaiian Original Dinner Rolls in sweet desserts?
I honestly didn’t realize just how versatile King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls really are until we started to make desserts with them. My husband says that they taste like an angel food cake when paired with candies and cookies. My entire family loved the flavors of the Spooky Graveyard.
It’s a fun way to celebrate Halloween and since King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls are already cooking, it’s only going to take you about 15 minutes to create. Not only that but this is such a fun no-bake way to get your kids in the kitchen with you.
King’s Hawaiian has such a great line of bread offerings and you can really get creative with them too. I even saw a Monkey Bread Recipe with King’s Hawaiian. Doesn’t that sound good?
Tips for making Spooky Graveyard Rolls:
Of course, when making this graveyard, some of the toppings may vary in your area. We used candy pumpkins along with chocolate cream cookies to make the dirt and add in the pumpkins.
Then, we found the tombstones and bones in the Halloween aisle at the store. These may vary a bit from store to store, but you can find some great choices to top your graveyard within the Halloween section. The marker I used to write on the tombstones was even an ‘edible’ ink. Have you ever heard of that? I sure hadn’t!
Then, you will need a package of King’s Hawaiian Original Dinner Rolls. Be sure to keep them all stuck together, think of it as a cake. Then, each person can get a slice. The slices are super easy to cut or just pull because you will pull the roll.
In order to add the tombstones, I just cut little slits into each roll at the top to place them. Finally, I used a variety of icing to decorate our graveyard.
In just 15 minutes you will have a fun, Halloween dessert!
Are you ready for a treat? Head out to the store today to pick up King’s Hawaiian Original Dinner Rolls and some fun Halloween candies to create your graveyard!
This will make for a great activity for the kids too.
- 1 Package of King's Hawaiian Original Dinner Rolls
- Chocolate Cream Cookies
- Candy Tombstones
- Candy Bones
- White Icing
- Orange Icing
- Candy Pumpkins
- Keep the King's Hawaiian Dinner Rolls connected together and place on the tray you plan to use.
- Using a food processor or by hand crust the chocolate cream cookies to create the dirt.
- Sprinkle it on the rolls and around it on the tray.
- Cut slits in the top of the rolls for the candy tombstones or whichever type of tombstone you plan to use.
- Add the white icing around the rolls.
- Drape the orange icing around the rolls and over the tombstones.
- Add the pumpkins throughout.
Nutritional information is going to vary based on what candy you use.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 53 Total Fat: 2g Saturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 29mg Carbohydrates: 9g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 7g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 0g