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3 Easy Ways to Make Edible Slime

Level
Beginner
Time
1 hour
Budget
10 - 30

Discover three edible slime recipes that are just as stretchy and gooey as the slime you love – but they taste good too! You can choose from marshmallow slime, gummy bear slime, and chocolate dough slime, or perhaps you can just make all three!

Make sure you give your hands a good wash before you get started, and cover clothes and surfaces, as the DIY slime has oil and colouring in it that will stain clothes. Note that it will lose its elasticity after a while, but you can add it back in by giving it a 10 second blast in the microwave. Just make sure you check it's not too hot before you get your hands on it.

Project and instructions by Little Button Diaries.

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How to Make

Marshmallow Putty

This stretchy fluffy putty looks pretty and tastes delicious. If you don't want to add food colouring to your mixture, use coloured marshmallows instead.

Ingredients:

* 1 cup mini marshmallows

* 2 teaspoons vegetable oil

* 3 tablespoons icing sugar

* 3 tablespoons corn flour

* 2 tablespoon sprinkles

* 4 to 5 drops of food colouring

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Marshmallow Putty

How to make:

Measure out a cup of marshmallows and tip into a bowl. In a separate bowl, measure out the icing sugar and corn flour and mix together.

Place the marshmallows in the microwave and melt for 30 seconds. If they are not totally melted pop them back in for another 10 seconds. Once melted, quickly give the marshmallows a stir and add the icing sugar and corn flour mixture a little at a time, stirring thoroughly. Keep adding it until the mixture becomes difficult to stir.

Check that the mixture has cooled down, then get your hands in and knead the mixture.

If you like you can add a few dots of food colouring and mix it into the slime with your hands. If the mixture starts to get sticky again add more of the corn flour/ icing sugar mix.

Add a teaspoon of oil and work it into the slime with your hands - this helps to reduce stickiness. If it is still sticky, add a little more.

Add sprinkles to the slime to finish. You can store your slime in a jar or have a play and eat it straight away!