Edible Playdough

This Edible Playdough uses peanut butter. If you love it as much as I do, then when you’re done reading this check out the rest of my peanut butter recipes on The Bewitchin’ Kitchen.
Edible Playdough

I have a guilty pleasure, I’m addicted to TLC. More specifically, Jon & Kate + 8 (I know, I know). Yesterday morning while I was watching re-runs of of said guilty pleasure, Kate made a kid friendly recipe that caught my eye. It was a recipe for edible play dough. I was really impressed with the fact that it was all natural and contained no chemicals. It was definitely something that I am excited to share. Enjoy!

Edible Playdough

Equal Parts Of:

  • Powdered Milk
  • Honey
  • Peanut Butter

Just mix together and you have it! It’s so easy, and safe and NON TOXIC. I noticed while she was making it on TV that she also added a little but of flour. It must have held it together a bit better. If you child has an allergy, just substitute it with a nut free butter, I’m sure it will work the same. Store in an air tight container, I’m not sure on how long it will keep for.

To make it a little more fun, I would add a few drops of natural food coloring (beet juice, crushed blueberries, etc). This keeps with the chemical free theme.

Have you ever made your own playdough before? What about edible playdough?

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23 comments on “Edible Playdough”

  1. That’s a really neat craft. I’ve never made playdough before, let alone one that was edible.

  2. I haven’t made my own playdough in forever!!! My only fear about edible playdough is that they will think all playdough is for the eating;).

  3. I’ve never made play dough before but this sounds like an awesome way to make it! I wouldn’t worry about Zach accidentally tasting this kind of play dough. Thanks for sharing I’m going to make it sometime!

  4. Love this! When my first two kids where little it was my job to make the playdough for their class as I had a baby at home. This would be a fun one to make for my daughter now as I can not sent PB to school. Great for home though

  5. Really cool! the kids love playdough but i hate the smell. I bet this would be much better.

  6. How brilliant! I need to do this with my son.

  7. I’ve done with pumpkin before and it was a similar recipe. Love the peanut butter idea!

  8. My kids are older now, but what a great idea!

  9. I need to whip up a batch of this because we just started using play doh at home and my son has discovered that it tastes, “nasty!”

  10. I haven’t made my own Playdoh in years, and never edible.
    Now parents can’t say don’t play with your food! ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Wow, what a super cool craft for kids. Perfect for rainy summer days.

  12. Great idea for rainy day fun. Love the idea that it is edible and natural. Thanks for sharing.
    And, I used to love watching Jon and Kate + 8!

  13. My friend gave me a recipe long ago, though I’ve never tried it – never think of it! I think I’m going to have to, why buy the stuff right?

  14. That is awesome! Looks yummy too:)

  15. This would be great for my toddler! I really want to give her playdough to play with but she still puts random things in her mouth. (Most recently a stone! Eeep!) I think I would feel more comfortable with her playing with this just in case she gets one by me.

  16. I’ve never heard of edible playdough before! We’ve never made the regular kind before, as we have always received lots as gifts, but how unusual about the edible kind!

  17. I never tried edible playdough before! This looks great!

  18. Omgosh that’s too cool! Doubt I’d tell the nephew, “Hey, you can eat it too!” but having it edible would be awesome if he ever felt the need to find out what the colour “blue” tastes like for instance, LOL.

  19. This has great ingredients and you wouldn’t have to worry about kids eating it, I’d just worry about the kids when they get the bought products

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