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Snacks : Animals > Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Stew added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Like stone soup. Use a calf femer as the bone and stir the pot with it.


Dinosaur Snacks added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

There are lots of snacks that are in dino shapes cookies, jelly candy, animal cookies, etc. Or bake your own with dino cutouts.


Dino bones added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 1 cup peanut butter, 1 cup dry milk, 2 tbs honey, graham crackers crushed

Directions: combine P.B. and milk add honey mix well divide into equal portions after shaping them into bones sprinkle with crackers.


Dinosaur Delight added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 
1/4C dirt (cocoa)
1/2C swamp water (milk with green food coloring)
2C crushed bones (sugar)
1/2C fat (butter)
2C dead grass (uncooked oatmeal)
1/2C squashed bugs (peanut butter)

Mix cocoa & milk. Add sugar and butter. Boil about 3 min. Add peanut butter and oatmeal and stir until melted. Remove from heat and stir until mixture begins to thicken, Drop by tablespoonful onto waxed paper cool, eat and enjoy.


Dinosaur lunch added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Dino legs (chicken legs)
Tree tops (broccoli)
quick sand (apple sauce)
Dino bread (Dinosaur shaped graham crackers)


Dino Eggs added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Make the jello eggs with gummi dinosaurs inside for a snack.


Dippy diplodocus Dip added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 
1 cup of plain yogurt
1 cup of sour cream
1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 tbls. chopped onion
2 tbls. parsley
1 tsp. dill weed
salt and pepper to taste

Mix everything together in a medium bowl. chill for 1 hour. Cut up some fresh broccoli. pretend you are a diplodocus munching on tree-tops as you dip the broccoli into the dip.


Swampy Salad added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: 
2 cups applesauce
1/2 cup peanuts
1/2 cup raisins
1/2 cup miniature marshmallows

Mix everything together in a medium bowl pretend you are a Brachiosaurus hiding in a swamp from a fierce meat-eating dinosaur.


Delicious Dino Eggs added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Need:
Hard boiled eggs
Small bowl
3 cups
cool water
1 envelope unsweetened kool aid mix ( choose bright colors)
Clear plastic wrap

1) Gently tap the hard boiled eggs ( make sure there not hot) all over till the shells cracked. Do not take the shells off the eggs.

2) In a small bowl stir together water and kool aid mix. Add cracked eggs to the colored water.

3) Cover the small bowl with plastic wrap. Place it in the refrigerator. Leave the eggs in bowl for about 2 days. remove the eggs and throw away the colored water. Peel the shells off the eggs. Your Dino eggs are now ready to eat.


Stamped cookies added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Take cookie dough cut in circles and take a dinosaur stamp and brush with food coloring and stamp on cookie. Would make a bunch of cookies and make it very easy for kids... not too messy either!


Fossil Prints added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Need:
Round crackers
1 tub soft cream cheese
Gummy Dinosaurs
Goldfish crackers
Celery leaves

Help each child spread the cream cheese onto a cracker with a knife. Press any of the other items into the cheese then lift up to see the "fossil". All but the celery leaves are to be eaten.


Dinosaur Crumble added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Gather a package of graham crackers and chewy candy dinos. Crumble the crackers and mix in candy. Place a scoop of the mixture in a cup for each child and using a spoon they have to hunt for dinos.


Dino Dip added 6-25-98 Original Author Unknown

Ranch dressing green food coloring and an assortment of vegetables.


Dinosaurs and Volcanoes added 1-7-00 Original Author Unknown

An edible ideas is to put a cup of chocolate pudding in a plastic bowl.  Place a sugar cone upside down in the middle of the pudding.  Dribble white icing that has been colored with red, yellow, or orange food coloring over the pointed end of the cone.  Bury gummy dinosaurs in the chocolate pudding.   We talked about volcanoes and how they often bury plant and/or animal life when they erupt. There you have it  -   the sugar cone is an erupting volcano.  These were a big hit with the kids and easy to do.


Dinosaur Desert added 7-12-00 Original Author Unknown

1 16oz pkg of chocolate  sandwich cookies
1 box of instant chocolate pudding
2 cups cold milk
1 pkg gummy dinosaurs
1-8oz tub of whipped topping
8-7oz paper cups

Mix instant pudding w/2 cups of milk. Pour cookies into plastic bag and crush with rolling pin or bottle. Stir half of cookies and whipped topping into pudding mixture. Let stand for five minutes. Spoon or pour pudding mixture into cups until almost full. Sprinkle remaining cookie crumbs on top to look like dirt. Place in refrigerator for 1 hour. Just before serving place candy dinosaurs on top.


Bagel Stegosaurus added 8-11-00 Original Author Unknown

Makes 4
Need- bagel, cream cheese, or peanut butter, or jam, sliced strawberries, very thin long slices of carrot.

1.Slice a bagel in half, then cut the pieces in half again so you have 4 half circles. (Adult)
2. Give each child a bagel part, to be the stegosuarus's body. Place on the plates so it is like an upside down U.
3. Let the children use plastic knives to spread peanut butter, or cream cheese, or jam all over the bagel.
4. Let children arrange the strawberry slices on top of the stegosaurus's back to look like his plates.
5. Arrange a carrot slice on one side to be the neck.
6. Arrange a strawberry on the carrot to be the head. Eat!


Cookie Paleontologist added 4-01-02 Submitted by: Kristi Mushat

Your children can act as paleontologists. Give each child on chocolate chip cookie, a hard one will work better. Also give each child a popscicle stick to scrape out the "bones", the chocolate chips, like if a paleontologist were scraping bones out of the dirt. They can eat the cookie when they are done.


Stego Sandwich added 6-01-02 Submitted by: Carmen Broussard

Mix peanut butter and pancake syrup together in a bowl.  Spread mixture onto two slices of sandwich bread. Cut the sandwich in half diagonally, which will give you two triangle shaped pieces.  Each student will need one triangle portion of the sandwich. Turn your sandwich with one point facing the top of your plate.  Add Doritos along the diagonal sides of the sandwich. (Place the chips in between the slices of bread) Cut a banana in half then again lengthwise to make the head/neck of the stegosaurus.  Position the banana the lower end of the diagonal sides.  Add one raisin for the eye. End result is a side view of a stegosaurus.  


Dino Cookies added 2-23-03 Original Author Unknown

1 cup Bisquick baking mix
1 3 3/4 oz. package pistachio instant pudding
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 egg
1 package of trail mix with nuts.
 
Mix ingredients together.  Give each child a small amount of dough and some trail mix to add features to their dinosaur.  Allow them to form their dinosaur on a piece of aluminum foil.  Bake at 350 for about 8 minutes and have a dinosaur dinner.




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