Spring Break Fun for Kids: Edible playdough!

Are you looking for fun, budget-friendly ways to entertain your kids during spring break before the boredom sets in? How about making edible playdough? Your kids can help make it and if they eat it, no worries!  I have ingredients for most of these recipes already in my stockpile!

Here are some fun edible playdough recipes from across the blogosphere:

Peanut Butter Playdough – This recipe from “Make and Takes” is a personal favorite for me because I love peanut butter and so do my kids!  All you need is peanut butter, honey, and powdered sugar.  These are three things we have on hand already – yay!

Kool Aid Playdough – This recipe is from DLTK kids and is a great way to use up some of those Kool Aid packets.  The colors are great, too!  All you need for this recipe is flour, salt, a Kool Aid packet, water, and vegetable oil!

Marshmallow Playdough – This recipe from The Paisley Cupcake combines two favorites (marshmallows and peanut butter) and I’m not sure we’d even make it to the playdough stage while making it!!  All you need is large marshmallows, a spoon, peanut butter, and wet wipes for clean-up!

Last, but certain not least – how about some CHOCOLATE PlaydoughShabby Chic Crafts has a recipe for Chocolate Playdough.  All you need is flour, cocoa powder, salt, cream of tartar, oil, and water.  She even has some great suggestions for “dressing it up” to give away as gifts!

Which recipe are you and YOUR kids going to try out first?!

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