Crafts-Hobbies Vivian | 29 Apr 2011 10:26 pm

Edible Play Dough

I’m sure we all have wonderful memories of making Playdough sculptures when we were children, with these edible recipes you can pass on the fun to your kids and not worry if they “taste test” their creations! Don’t spend the money, these recipes are easy and inexpensive to make, and the kids will have just as much fun making it as they will playing with it! You probably have all the ingredients right in your kitchen cupboard!

You can make edible Playdough with flour, salt, cream of tarter, water and mineral oil and add food coloring to make your dough different colors. All you need is a bowl, measuring cups a pot and a stove and you are ready to go! This dough does not taste good, but it’s safe for children if they mistakenly taste test the dough. When making your dough remember, the more food coloring you add, the more vibrant your dough will be; make some fun and interesting colors!

Another fun edible Playdough is peanut butter dough. It is made with peanut butter, honey and powdered milk. This is a no-cook recipe, you don’t need any pots and pans, just a big bowl and some imagination! Make a sculpture and decorate it with other edible treats like pretzels and raisins! Can you imagine a scary spider with licorice legs and chocolate chip eyes? This is a great idea for a toddler party craft, the kids will have fun making their craft and then eating it too!

These are fun, edible crafts for kids of any age!

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