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Eatable play doh recipe? Converting to peanut and dairy free.

My Friends son is allergic to nuts and dairy. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup of each: Peanut butter, dried milk and honey. How do you think it would do with sunbutter, dry non-dairy creamer and honey?

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But_Mommie

Asked by But_Mommie at 3:47 PM on Apr. 17, 2011 in Just for Fun

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  • Jell-O Play Dough

    1 cup flour
    1/2 cup salt
    1 cup water
    1 tablespoon oil
    2 teaspoons Cream of Tartar
    1 (3-1/2 oz.) package "unsweetened" Jell-O

    Mix all ingredients together and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until consistency of mashed potatoes. Let cool and knead with floured hands until dry.

    Storage: This recipe needs to cool completely "before" storing it in an airtight container!

    Note: The items made from this play dough recipe can be painted when they are dry.

    Renee3K

    Answer by Renee3K at 3:49 PM on Apr. 17, 2011

  • Oatmeal Play Dough

    1 part flour
    2 parts oatmeal
    1 part water

    Mix ingredients together and form into shapes.

    Note: The items made from this play dough recipe can be painted when they are dry.

    Renee3K

    Answer by Renee3K at 3:50 PM on Apr. 17, 2011

  • (not tasty but safe to eat)
    Kool-Aid Play Dough

    1 cup flour
    1 cup water
    1/2 cup salt
    3 teaspoons Cream of Tartar
    1 package Kool-Aid Mix (any flavor of unsweetened)
    1 tablespoon cooking oil

    Mix dry ingredients together in a large saucepan. Slowly add water mixed with oil and stir over medium heat until mixture thickens to dough. Turn out onto a heatproof bread board or counter top and knead until cool enough for children to handle. Dough will be the color of the Kool-Aid mix and will smell like the Kool-Aid mix. (Can be stored in a tightly covered container for up to six months)
    Renee3K

    Answer by Renee3K at 3:51 PM on Apr. 17, 2011

  • The oatmeal playdoh may work... We want tasty! The idea is her DS is in feeding therapy for sensory issues so I was thinking eatable playdoh might be good. He is being encouraged to put different textured in his mouth. and this would be a good chance for him to accidentally get some in his mouth.
    But_Mommie

    Comment by But_Mommie (original poster) at 3:55 PM on Apr. 17, 2011

  • Good thinking! I like that the oatmeal is also healthy :)
    Renee3K

    Answer by Renee3K at 4:00 PM on Apr. 17, 2011

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