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Easy Homemade Play Dough Recipe: No Cook Play dough

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Kids love to get creative with Play dough. Here’s your chance to make an Easy Homemade Play Dough Recipe that is also Non Toxic & No Cook!  Check out the hours of fun your kids will have with this fun recipe!  So check out this No cook play dough recipe below!

Kids love to get creative with Play dough. Here's your chance to make an Easy Homemade Play Dough Recipe that is also Non Toxic & No Cook!  Check out the hours of fun your kids will have with this fun recipe! 

Easy Homemade Play Dough Recipe: No Cook Play dough

What kid (or adult) doesn’t love sitting around squishing and shaping play dough. There are even benefits to playing with playdough! I know my kids could sit there for hours just playing,building, sculpting and creating. What funner way to get them to play with this fun product than to make it with them as well. This is also the perfect play dough to make with little ones who stick everything in their mouths.

Because the recipe is nontoxic it won’t be the end of the world if you catch your toddler grabbing a taste.

No cook play dough

I love the fact this recipe is also a No Cook playdough recipe. This fun recipe is also quick and won’t have you stirring over a hot stove, just easy mixing and your ready for fun

You’ll have to play a bit with the water just to get it the right texture but once you do you’ll love how much fun this will bring. Best of all because it’s a no cook playdough recipe little hands can help you with the fun of putting it together. 

So check out how easy it is to make this fun play dough and go crazy creating all the fun colors you can!

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups flour

1/2  cup salt

1-1 1/2  Cups of Boiling water

2 tablespoons cream of tartar.

2 Tablespoons of  olive oil (or vegetable oil)

Food Coloring of your choice

How to Make No cook playdough  

1. Boil 1- 1 1/2 cups of water and put in microwave for a couple of minutes.

2. Mix together your flour, salt, cream of tartar, and olive oil and then add the water in  increments . You may not use all the water so mix in slowly.  Mix until it forms into a play dough texture.You may not use all the water so make sure you’re mixing it to form the dough consistency.

3. Then divide out the play dough and add a different food coloring to each bowl, to create different colors.

4. When you go to mix, use a spoon at first and then knead the dough, to really get the color mixed in. It can dye your hands so wear gloves or be aware.

Then play and have fun, and then store in an airtight container. This will last around two weeks before it begins to dry out.

Homemade Play Dough Recipe

Imagine the fun your little one will have!

 Homemade Play Dough Recipe

This fun No Cook Playdough recipe will be a blast for you and your kids. 

Don’t forget to pin this fun recipe below:

no cook play dough recipe

Looking for more fun Playdough recipes? Check out this edible Marshmallow play dough recipe

 

and this Peanut Butter Playdough recipe

Edible peanut butter play dough

Looking for some more fun crafts? How about making some Glitter slime or Moon Sand!

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5 Comments

  • Reply ConservaMom - How to make Playdough from Frosting:Edible Playdough-only 2 Ingredients

    […] Looking for other playdough recipes? Check out this non cook playdough recipe!  […]

    May 21, 2020 at 11:32 am
  • Reply Dena Akbar

    Wow this is super cool, I know my family and my friends would really enjoy it, I think I would too. always stay a kid at heart!

    April 30, 2020 at 10:29 pm
  • Reply Carla

    I Recipe didn’t state exactly when to use the hot water I put it in at the end because it needed to go in and it did not come out like Play dough maybe I’ll try again at another time.

    March 21, 2019 at 4:05 pm
    • Reply logan

      its says you add everything to the water. I did that and it still didn’t work.

      August 7, 2019 at 3:16 pm
  • Reply Bryan Vice

    Wow this is super cool i know my kids would really enjoy it but i think i would too . always stay a kid at heart !

    July 24, 2017 at 7:05 pm
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