Saturday, July 25, 2009

Homemade PlayDough Have Fun!


Alternative to Peanut Butter Playdough (Edible)
This is good for kids who want the peanut butter playdough but are allergic to milk found in other peanut butter playdough recipes.
• ½ cup peanut butter
• 2 Tbsp honey
• ½ cup flour
Mix all together.

Peanut Butter
Powdered MilkHoney(a bit of flour for consistency)
1 cup. peanut butter
2/3-1 cup. nonfat dry milk
2 tbsp. honey
Mix ingredients. Add enough powdered milk to make playdough dry enough to handle. Shape into balls. Add raisins to make a face. Or stir in chow mein noodles and make a bird's nest. Or stir in Cheerios or chocolate chips for fun. Eat and enjoy!

Oatmeal Play Dough
Step 1Mix 1 cup of flour with 2 cups of oatmeal.
Step 2Add 1 cup of water to the mix and stir until the dough is pliable.
Step 3Put more flour into the mixture if it is too thin or more water if it is too thick.
Step 4Allow the mixture to dry. This dough can be painted once it hardens and dries.

"Play Dough" Not Edible
1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1/2 cup water
Mix well until it forms a ball. Knead add food coloring if desired. If sticky add some flour and if to dry add a small amount of water.

Cinnamon Dough
1 Cup Applesauce
1 Cup Cinnamon
Mix well if sticky add more cinnamon if to dry add more apple sauce ...knead well. Cut with cookie cutters to make ornaments let air dry. These may be painted.

Jello Playdough (Nonedible)
• 1 cup flour
• ½ cup salt
• 2 tsp cream of tartar
1 cup water
• 1 Tbsp cooking oil
• 1-3,1/2 oz. pkg unsweetened jello

Mix all ingredients together in a medium sized saucepan and cook over medium heat. Stir constantly until consistency of mashed potatoes. Let cool and knead with floured hands until dry. Allow the dough to cool completely before storing it in an airtight container or plastic bag.

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