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Marshmallow Playdough-edible & fun

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This is the second time we have made marshmallow playdough.  Here is our first attempt.  You only need 2 ingredients to make it.  It is also great because you and the kids can eat it if you want!  It is a little messy but worth it in the end.  We have enjoyed this playdough both times we made it.


Marshmallow Playdough-edible & fun


What we use: marshmallows and peanut butter.

What to do:  Take the marshmallow and apply peanut butter to it.  Then squeeze the marshmallow and peanut butter in your hands. This is the messy part.  Once you squeeze these together for about 3-5 minuets the stickiness kinda fixes itself.  I know that sounds crazy but the mess starts to form a solid.  Once you have your solid you have your playdough!  Now you and the kids can play with it and then taste it if you want.

Marshmallow Playdough-edible & fun


We hope you can enjoy this too.  If nothing, it is fun to see how the 2 substances form one new substance.  A little simple science for the kids. 




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2 comments:

  1. This looks like a great idea and I am excited to make it! Thank You!

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