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Sun, 20 Apr 2008
Yum yum. Go and see the wonderful new dinosaur meals at Donna's Diner in Diddily's Dreamland
Would you believe I found these recipes on the website for
The  Natural History Museum!!!

at the bottom of this page you will find all the details about this site,
 it is fantastic.

Stegosaurus Fruit Salad
By Demetrius, aged 7

Don't you think it looks like me

wow look at that fruit dino, mmm nice!!!


1 mango or melon, 1 apple, 1 banana
3 cherries or grapes
juice of half a lemon
1 can/289g mandarin orange segments

Make sure you get some help from an adult as this recipe needs a sharp knife to make.


   1. Slice mango either side of stone. Hold each slice, flesh side up.
 Using a   small knife, cut a criss-cross pattern into the flesh, down to the

skin. Be careful not to pierce the skin.
Turn each slice inside out so the squares stand out.

 2. Place on a large plate, this is the dinosaur body. 
 3. Peel the banana and place it next to the mango to make a tail.

   4. Cut a thick slice of apple and use a knife to shape it into a dinosaur head.

   5. Coat the apple and banana with the lemon juice, this will stop it going brown.  
6. Cut the cherries or grapes in half and place on the head for eyes.
7. Use the mandarin segments to add spikes along the body and tail.

8. Chill in the fridge until ready to serve.


Cheesy Dinosaurs

Wilma are we having any of these biscuits?By Joe aged 10
the Saurus loves Cheese

4 oz/100g plain flour
3oz/75g margerine or butter
3oz/75g chedder cheese (grated)
1 tblsp sesame seeds
half a beaten egg

Make sure you get some help from an adult as this recipe needs to be baked in the oven.


   1. Preheat the oven to 180° degrees C / gas mark 4. 
 2. Sieve the flower into a large bowl
3. Add the margarine/butter and rub it into the flour until it looks like breadcrumbs  
4. Add the cheese and sesame seeds  
5. Mix in the beaten egg to make a dough  
6. Roll the dough out, making it approximately 1 inch thick
  7. Use the dinosaur cookie cutters to cut out the shapes and put on a greased baking tray
 8. Put in the oven and bake for ten minutes or until golden brown  
9. Take them out of the oven, wait until they have cooled down, then devour!

Do not eat it straight out of the oven. It's tempting but biscuits get very hot and you will burn your mouth.

Posted 19:33

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