Monday, February 16, 2009

Make Something Monday: Homemade Playdough


For my MSM I am sharing 3 recipes for homemade playdough. I am all for easy...so there is no cooking involved in these recipes.

Chocolate Scented Playdough
1 ¼ cups flour
½ cup cocoa
½ cup salt and
½ Tbl. cream of tartar
1 ½ Tbl. oil
1 cup boiling water
Mix all dry ingredients together and then add in wet.
Kool-Aid Playdough
2 1/2 cups flour
1/2 cup salt
1 Tbs. alum (I used cream of tartar)
2 pkgs. unsweetened Koolaid
3 Tbs. oil
2 cups boiling water
Mix all dry ingredients together and then add in wet.
Knead until well mixed. Let cool.
May feel sticky at first, just keep working with it.
I added in glitter.Easy Playdough
4 cups flour
1 cup salt
1-1.5 cups water
food coloring (added to water)
2 Tbs. cooking oil
Mix all dry ingredients together and then add in wet.
We added glitter.
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7 comments :

  1. love to make playdough for the kids and the different holidays and seasons are just the perfect times to do it

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  2. What a great idea! We will definitely have to try this out!

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  3. I LOVE this!!! I'm so going to try this, but we've been banned from playdough. I think it may have made hubby made when it came on to the carpet ... LOL. But so making it this summer for Caden's party, I bet the kids would love it and we can send it home as gifts :).

    I hope you make the pot roast and love it :)

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  4. cool! I will definitely try this with Joleigh.

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  5. The chocolate one looks tasty--I mean fun! Does the Koolaid one get color everywhere? I seem to have to use Comet to scrub it off my countertops whenever it get spilled. Wondering how playdough would be.
    ~Jenny~

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  6. I will have to try a couple of these recipes. I have 1 or 2 playdough recipes, but I know at least one of them has to be cooked.

    I like the idea of not cooking it. Anytime I can get out of cooking, that works for me. :)

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  7. Your playdough recipes sound wonderful! I think I might be tempted to eat the chocolate and kool-aid versions :o!!

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