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Easy Recipe for Edible Playdough

Telling the kids not to play with their food? This Easy Recipe for Edible Playdough is just what they need! Not only does this let them play with their food but they can taste it as well. And it’ll be approved by you, too! This simple playdough recipe is tasty and fun! 

Can you believe that it’s possible to eat this playdough recipe? All you need are two simple ingredients and the kids will be molding and playing with it in no time at all. But just be ready…there is a good chance that it’ll disappear just as quickly as they make it! (but the good news is that you can easily whip up another batch in no time at all!)

This can easily be whipped up in an afternoon or when the kids are needing something more to do. Shut off the TV’s and games and let them be creative with their minds and hands. 

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Easy Recipe for Edible Playdough

The second that you tell the kids that they can play with their playdough and then eat it after, you’re not going to be able to make it fast enough. Just gather up the list of supplies below to get started.

ingredients needed for Edible Playdough

  • 1 cup colorful Funfetti frosting, for each batch
  • 2 cups powdered sugar, for each batch

How to make playdough that the kids can eat 

Mix the frosting and 1 cup of powdered sugar together, pressing with the back of a spoon, until it creates a sticky dough.

Continue adding powdered sugar a little at a time, kneading on a lightly sugar-dusted surface, until the desired consistency is reached. 

Store cloud dough in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Refrigerated dough will be stiff. Allow to come to room temperature before playing.

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Easy Recipe for Edible Playdough

Easy Recipe for Edible Playdough

Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Check out this tasty edible playdough for kids!

Materials

  • 1 cup colorful Funfetti frosting, for each batch
  • 2 cups powdered sugar, for each batch

Instructions

    Mix the frosting and 1 cup of powdered sugar together, pressing with the back of a spoon, until it creates a sticky dough.

    Continue adding powdered sugar a little at a time, kneading on a lightly sugar-dusted surface, until the desired consistency is reached. 

    Store cloud dough in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Refrigerated dough will be stiff. Allow to come to room temperature before playing.

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