Want to make play dough for your toddler play dough kits? This recipe is not only easy to make but it’s safe for toddlers – especially those prone to putting things in their mouth as the ingredients are taste-safe.
There are countless ways to make play dough but this one is just a few ingredients. You can of course change the main ingredient so that you have different colors and flavors.
What are some other Moroccan inspired flavors you could try?
- Vanilla frosting + cinnamon spices
- Vanilla or buttercream + mint syrup (or extract)
- Vanilla + orange blossom water
When your kids are done playing with the dough make sure you store it in an air-tight container.
- 1 tub Lemon frosting
- 1 cup cornstarch
- Colorful sprinkles
Add 1 full tub of Lemon frosting to a big mixing bowl.
Combine with 1/2 cup of cornstarch and mix with a spatula, spoon or your
hand mixer. Then add the remaining ½ cup of cornstarch one spoonful at a time and mix well.
Finish kneading the dough by hand until completely mixed.
The play dough should be completely mixed and pliable but no longer
If your edible play dough crumbles or gets too tough, soften with any type of oil. If the play dough gets sticky add a little cornstarch to soften. Discard after playtime is over. While this play dough is “edible” it is not meant to be eaten in large quantities!
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