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Kids - Edible Play Dough  By Eureka Post by :redbullenergy Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :February 2012 Read :1845

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Kids - Edible Play Dough By Eureka

1 C. lowfat powdered milk
1 C. creamy peanut butter
1 C. honey


Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Chill.

Shape into letters, snakes or whatever your child wishes. May be decorated with raisins.

Let your kids play and eat. If mixture is too sticky, add more powdered milk.

note: when I made this it was really sticky and I added a lot more powdered milk. Maybe start off by adding half of the honey first.



Edible Playdough II

1 C. peanut butter
1 C. powdered milk
1 C. oatmeal or wheatgerm
1 C. honey


Combine all ingredients and chill before using.
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