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Disney Pixar The Good Dinosaur Snack Tray

IMG_3261With a ton of great movie coming out in the next couple of months, I’ve got some great recipes that you’ll be able to have fun with. Today, I’ve got The Good Dinosaur Snack Tray for you. The kids will love it, and it goes great when you watch the fantastic movie! Best of all, it is pretty easy to put together!

Here are a few of the in process photos for you (I’m a person who likes to see how things are put together) with the printable recipe at the bottom of the post!

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Disney Pixar The Good Dinosaur Snack Tray

A fun snack tray!
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  • Cut the spinach tortilla as shown to form the dinosaur's head and neck.
  • Place the dino on your serving tray.
  • Pipe the mouth and nostril using plain hummus
  • Pipe the whites of the eyes using softened cream cheese
  • Cut a black bean in half. This will be your dino's pupils.
  • Tint some cream cheese blue and pipe a ring around the black bean pupils.
  • Cut a cherry tomato in half and core it, removing the seeds. This will form your bug.
  • Pipe blue cream cheese onto one half of the cherry bug as shown and place on your dino's nose.
  • Cut the other half of the cherry tomato to form the red bug's head.
  • The red bug's legs are made from black bean skin.
  • Once your dino and bug have been assembled it's time for the greenery.
  • Take a knife and pull a few of the celery rib strings out. They will curl up when you do.
  • Place your leafy celery stalks, salad mixture and celery strings on the bottom of your tray.
  • Voila! Enjoy!
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28 thoughts on “Disney Pixar The Good Dinosaur Snack Tray”

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy)

    That is a seriously cute idea. My kids would flip their lids if I made them one. I think I might try it to see 🙂

  2. OMG!!! I am so thrilled to see such a cute Dinosaur snack tray idea! I have to try and make this for my son. He would be thrilled to come home from school and see this! Thanks for a fun idea!!

  3. How freakin adorable!! I wish this would make my kids eat more veggies but they would just play with it! lol… kids! I think it could be tweaked with some peanut butter, jelly, and bananas. But I will surely eat all the veggies

  4. I saw the preview for The Good Dinosaur and it looks like such a cute movie. I love your snack tray – how artistic and it’s adorable. I’ve got to try it. I’m sure it won’t look as pretty as yours, but I bet my grandkids will love it.

  5. What a very creative food art! Oh my, I saw the TV advertisement and I was like, our family got to see that movie!!! I’m so excited!! I bet it’ll one of those high-rated family films!

  6. This is a great idea. I will have to make these the next time my friend comes over with her little ones. I think they will love it.

  7. Oh my! This looks so amazing! Pinned and tweeted. We love partying with you and we appreciate you stopping by! Please take a minute to stop by next week, so we can pin and tweet your new creation. The party starts on Monday at 7 pm! Have a great Saturday! Lou Lou Girls

  8. I really think this idea could win an award – several cutest, healthiest tastiest. Luv this to pieces!! and want to try it!

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