Cheesy ‘Witch Finger’ Breadsticks

Friday, October 27, 2017

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks

National Breadstick Day Is Here

Halloween is the perfect time to bring out the spooktacular baker in you. And, since National Breadstick Day is today, why not turn ordinary breadsticks into cheesy witch’s fingers for a fun side dish?

Cheesy ‘Witch Finger’ Breadsticks

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Recipe

Ingredients:

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Ingredients

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400 F.

In a pie dish, whisk together the melted butter and garlic. Next, pour the cheese into a separate pie dish. Set both aside.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 1

Roll out dough into an 8×11-inch rectangle on a cleaned, floured work surface.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 2

Cut dough vertically into even strips, then horizontally across the middle.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 3

Roll each strip until slightly rounded.

Dip each strip into the butter mixture.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 4

Roll each strip into the cheese using your fingers to help coat completely.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 5

Place each dough strip onto a parchment-lined baking sheet.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 6

Sprinkle with Italian seasoning and salt.

Press a nut into the tip of each finger to create a “fingernail.”

Slightly pinch the dough around the nut to secure it during baking.

Cheesy Witch Finger Breadsticks Step 7

Bake for 10 minutes for softer breadsticks, or bake for 12-14 minutes for crispier breadsticks.

Print this recipe.

Diva’s Tip

If you don’t eat nuts in your home, press one tip of the dough strip down with your finger to make the nail bed and brush it with marinara or pizza sauce to create the nail. Save the remaining sauces for dipping.

The Dairy Diva

~The Dairy Diva

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