Who knew T-Rex was so tasty?

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Back in the Crumbtaceous period, dinosaurs roamed the earth, devouring each other with glasses of milk and falling into the La Brea Chocolate Pits. Okay, kidding. But we are really excited about these 3-D dinosaur cookie cutters.

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Making creatures with 3-D Dinosaur Cookie Cutters is pretty simple and doesn’t require any of that fancy faux-science from Jurassic Park. Simply mix up your favorite cookie recipe (or buy it pre-made at the store, we won’t judge.) Use the 3-4 cookie cutters included to stamp out the appropriate number of torsos, legs, tails, and tiny T-Rex arms. Bake, then assemble the sections.

You can even dip in chocolate tar pits and frosting volcanoes or get into an epic battle that ain’t over until the prehistoric cookie crumbles.

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T-Rex not your favorite? Kits are also available for a Brachiosaurus, Triceratops, and very cute Stegosaurus. You can even get all four sets for under $44.

We don’t see a Velociraptor set, and that’s probably for the best; even a raptor made of butter and sugar might be too dangerous. -Delilah

3-D Dinosaur Cookie Cutters are available for pre-order at Firebox.

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Delilah

Senior Associate Editor Delilah S. Dawson puts the chic in geek. Ask her anything about Star Wars. Really.

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