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ButterPal

Butter 1/3Flour 2/3 Put butter in bowl with flour and mix on low for 30 min. From Alissa, a teacher, New York, United States

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Jell-O Play Dough

For a delicious and colorful play dough option, try out this one for Jell-O play dough: 1 Cup Flour ½ Cup Salt 1 Cup Water 1 TBS Oil 1 tsp Cream of Tartar 1 Package Jell-O (opt for the unsweetened package and make sure it’s 3-1/2 oz.) Using a pan stir together all of the […]

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Cream Cheese Play Dough

To make a different type of edible play dough, you will need to gather the following ingredients: 8 Oz. Package of Cream Cheese ½ Cup of Non-fat Dry Milk 1 TBS Honey Using a large mixing bowl mix all ingredients together. An electric beater may be best in order to properly blend the ingredients together […]

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Drink Mix-Aid Playing Dough

It’s no secret that kids love play dough. It’s one of the best ways for them to experiment with their imaginations and to come up with some unique and engaging things to share with their friends and others. The great thing about play dough is that it can be used in every season and just […]

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Peanut Butter Playing Dough

For kids that love to eat peanut butter, this is a delicious play dough recipe that they will love. • 1 Cup Peanut Butter• 1 Cup Karo Syrup• 1 ½ Cups Powdered Sugar• 1 ½ Cups Dry Milk You can add more of the wet ingredients as needed in order to make the play dough […]

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Chocolate Play Dough

• 8 Oz. Semisweet Chocolate Bars or Chocolate Chips (melted)• ¼ Cup and 1 TBS Light Corn Syrup Melt the chocolate in a double broiler or use a microwaveable bowl in order to properly melt it. Use a wooden spoon to mix it together and then mix in the light corn syrup. Once it’s all […]

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Frosting Play Dough

When you make play dough, one of the things you will need to worry about is if the play dough is safe for your kids to eat. Sometimes the play dough you create isn’t always safe for your kids to eat as it may contain peanuts or it can also contain many other ingredients that […]

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Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough

1 18-oz. jar creamy peanut butter 6 table spoons of honey 3/4 cup non-fat dry milk! Mix all the ingredients together,using varying amounts of dry milk for desired consistencies. kids also like to add other foods like m&m’s or peanuts for eyes,mouths, etc. From Crysteannah R.Carpenter, age 9, cincinnati,ohio}:

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How to Make Butterfinger Chocolate

3 little slice butter,1 cup Nesquick chocolate mix,1 cup creamy peanut butter. Melt the butter in the microwave for about 10-20 seconds,then put the Nesquick in the bowl with the butter,then put that in the microwave for about 20 to 30 seconds,then take it out put all of that in a medium size bowl then […]

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Edible Playdough

1 box name brand white cake mix1 stick soft but not melted margarine + – 3 tablespoons water Mix cake mix and margarine in large bowl. When it is well mixed add 1 teaspoon of water at a time and mix until the desired consistency. I give each child a plastic zip seal bag for […]

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Edible Peanut Butter Frosting Play Dough

-1 can of frosting (Any Flavor)-1 and a half cup of powdered sugar-1 cup of creamy peanut butter Mix together all the ingredients in a bowl and then play, eat, and enjoy! Store in an airtight container in the fridge. From Allie, age 10, California, USA

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Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough

What you will need: Peanut Butter Play Dough •1 18-oz. jar creamy peanut butter•6 tablespoons honey•3/4 cup non-fat dry milk Instructions for the project-Mix all of the ingredients together, using varying amounts of dry milk for desired consistencies. Kids also enjoy adding other foods like M&M’s or peanuts for eyes, mouths, etc. It is important […]

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Edible Kool-Aid Play Dough

If you are looking for a craft project for kids who are at the age that they may want to eat their art supplies while you are trying to teach them to expand their creative skills, this is the project for you! It is critical to keep in mind though that some of these activities […]

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Alphabet Biscuits

Materials needed: Refrigerator biscuitsMelted butter or margarineCinnamon and sugarGrated cheesePoppy seedsSesame seeds Directions: 1.Take out only one or two biscuits at a time. With each biscuit you are going to want to shape them into the letter that you are creating. You can also get creative with this craft project and spell out your entire […]

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Chocolate Play Dough

8 oz. semisweet chocolate 1/4 cup plus one tablespoon light corn syrup Melt the chocolate in a metal bowl set over a pan of simmering water (a double boiler). Stir the chocolate with a spoon until smooth, then stir in the corn syrup. The chocolate will stiffen almost immediately but stir until completely combined. Transfer […]

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Frosting Play Dough

1 can frosting (any flavor) 1-1/2 cups powdered sugar 1 cup creamy peanut butter Mix together until dough reaches desired consistency Storage: When not using, MUST be stored in an airtight container and refrigerated. Next time you want to use it, let it come to room temperature for pliable dough. From Anita, a teacher, Independence, […]

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