Does your toddler like to play with play-dough but tries to eat it? Then try this easy toddler safe play-dough recipe.
Within of minutes you are able to create your own play-dough and it is safe to eat!
Let’s get right into it.
Toddler safe play-dough recipe
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Here is what you will need for this great toddler safe play-dough recipe:
– 1 cup, all-purpose flour
– ¼ cup, salt
– 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
– ½ cup, boiling water
– food coloring
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Simply follow this easy step by step instruction to make your own eatable play-dough
Step 1: Prepare the ingredients
– mix the flour, salt, vegetable oil, and boiling water
Step 2: Make your dough
– then knead the dough
Step 3: Add food coloring
– when the dough is finished, add some food coloring and knead it in
Step 4: Play time
– now the dough is ready and your kids can start playing
– instead of food coloring use Kool-Aid. German Ahoi Brause won’t work
The kids 👨👧👦 were so excited to make their own play-dough and it’s toddler safe so my nearly 2-year-old son could play with them.
It’s a big amount and will last you for at least a week.
Did your toddler enjoy their own DIY play dough? Then try this colored rice recipe next. It's perfect for more sensory play!
Now I would like to hear from you! How did your kids enjoy their homemade playdough?
Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below right now. I love to hear from you!