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Dinosaur Eggs

What you need: 

1 1/2 cups dates, chopped (chopped grasshoppers)
1 1/4 cup peanut butter or almond butter (squashed bugs)
1 cup walnuts or pecans, chopped (rocks)
1 cup shaved coconut, wide shreds (crumbled egg shells)
3/4 cup toasted wheat germ (dry grass)
1/2 cup nondairy milk powder or instant tofu (crushed bones)
1/4 cup sesame seeds (bug eggs)
3 to 4 tablespoons chocolate nondairy milk (swamp water)
1 tablespoon unsulphured light molasses or maple syrup (lava)
2 cups chocolate chips (dirt)
1/4 cup hot water (Adam's Ale)

What you do: 

[u]Adult Directions[/u]:1. Mix together dates, peanut butter, nuts, coconut shreds, wheat germ, nondairy milk powder, sesame seeds, chocolate nondairy milk, and molasses. Roll into balls.
2. Melt chocolate chips on top of double boiler over hot water. Using tongs, dip balls into melted chocolate to cover entirely.
3. Arrange on wax paper and store in refrigerator or freezer.
[u]Kids' Directions[/u]:1. With hands, mix together grashoppers, squashed bugs, rocks, crumbled egg shells, dried grass, crushed bones, bug eggs, swamp water, and lava. Roll into dinosaur eggs.
2. Melt dirt on top of double boiler over hot water. Using tongs, dip dinosaur eggs into dirt to cover entire egg.
3. Arrange on wax paper and store in refrigerator or freezer.
These also taste great without any chocolate covering.

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I made these with a buddy of mine for our own personal vegan candy the day before Halloween and they were superb! We used chocolate instead of carob, since it was we already had and messed up the double-boiling big time. We had the heat too high and the chips thickened into a fudgey-paste instead of a liquid, so instead of dipping the balls we re-rolled them with the paste intertwined into them. Made them messier to eat, but the flavor was not in the least sacrificed. The whole batch was gone within three days (main contributor being myself).  ;)b

I tried some room-temp, refrigerated, and frozen, and I have to say they taste the best left in the freezer. We also got a kick out of using the silly names for the ingredients.  ^-^ Overall, this is a very fun and delicious recipe.  :)>>>


You have a great sense of humor and a yummy recipe!!  ;D

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