Everyone seems to have a favorite playdough recipe, and many old favorites have been included here. Choose the recipe that best suits your needs and the ingredients you have on hand.
Store playdough in a covered container or Ziploc bag. Shape, decorate with edible treats, and eat! The cream of tartar makes this dough last 6 months or longer, so resist the temptation to omit this ingredient if you don't have it on hand.
Cell Phones at School: Remove from heat and add flour. Basic Uncooked Playdough. Store covered. Should They Be Allowed? Add cocoa or carob, if desired. For sensory variety, use playdough warm or cool as well as at room temperature.
Oatmeal Playdough Materials 1 part flour 1 part water 2 parts oatmeal Bowl Directions Combine all ingredients in a bowl; mix well and knead until smooth. Add oil, flour, and alum. Some require cooking and some don't; some are meant to be eaten and some are not. Oatmeal Playdough. This dough will last 2 months or longer.
Peanut Butter Playdough Materials 2 cups peanut butter 6 tablespoons honey Nonfat dry milk or milk plus flour Cocoa or carob for chocolate flavor optional Edible treats for decoration Directions.
Knead until smooth. Your child can make this playdough without help; however, it doesn't last as long as cooked playdough. Basic Uncooked Playdough Materials Bowl 1 cup cold water 1 cup salt 2 teaspoons vegetable oil Tempera paint or food coloring 3 cups flour 2 tablespoons cornstarch Directions In bowl, mix water, salt, oil, and enough tempera paint or food coloring to make a bright color.
Store covered in refrigerator. Stir, then knead until smooth.