As Halloween approaches, FamilyFun magazine has the perfect, no-so-scary snacks for you and your family to enjoy. From paranormal pretzels (delicious yogurt covered pretzels) to rat bites (chocolate frosted cake doughnuts), FamilyFun has Halloween treats covered and we will be featuring them this week. The last treat of the week is Tacosaurus.
A dinnertime favorite disguised as a prehistoric reptile? Now that’s a dino-mite meal! To make each taco, heat the oven to 375°. Fold an 8-inch spinach wrap in half and use kitchen shears to cut a stegosaurus shape as shown (you can get our template at familyfunmag.com/printables; for easier cutting, trace it with a black food writer). Unfold and lightly coat one side of the wrap with cooking spray. Refold it (oiled side out) and lay it on a baking sheet. Place crumpled pieces of aluminum foil inside the wrap to hold the shell open as it bakes. Bake until slightly crisp, 2 to 3 minutes per side (the wrap will harden as it cools). Once it cools, draw a face with a food writer. Add green olive feet as shown and serve with taco fillings.