The Jury Is in !

Play dough
Pay Day !


The above is just a sampling of the surviving recipes. Yes I did screw up 3…or was it 4 ? It’s all a blur! Thank you so much for all your input my son and I had fun testing them all out, even the ones we messed up ( I am sure the recipes were all perfect, remember I am a jinx! ) Here are the winners and a few honorable mentions.

My son’s favorite was Apple Cider No Cook Play dough he wanted to eat it, and kept smelling it. It’s texture was firmer than most of the others but I liked that for my toddler since it allowed him to break apart pieces, and be rough with it. Also did you read there is no hot anything, very classroom friendly for all you teachers! My son loved it, don’t mind his helmet, it’s a new obsession.

My Favorite was The Super Easy No Cook Play dough .I liked how insanely easy it was, even me the play dough jinx didn’t mess it up! It also required the least amount of clean up and was easy to make with a toddler pulling on my leg. Now I can boil water for tea and play dough at the same time!

The Pumpkin Spice play dough smelled amazing ! Here my little man is adding the last of the cream of tartar. The recipe is big, it would be wonderful for a classroom or Thanksgiving party.


The Bisquick play dough was really good too, it really felt like the brand name stuff, and it cooks in the microwave. I was sure my microwave was going to explode but the results were great, be careful all the microwave recipes get really hot. If you have a little helper make sure it’s out of reach.

Thank to everyone who submitted a recipe .

Comments

  1. Kari says

    Mmm… The pumpkin spice sounds nice!

    I once made playdough with kool-ade, but I don’t know where that recipe ended up. :) It smelled nice, too.

  2. Anonymous says

    Thatnks so much for this post, my daughter is almost 2 and for some reason i just started thiking playdough this weekend, so it was nice to pop on here and see some ideas, what a coincidence.

  3. ♥ Bekki says

    I am going to try the bisquik one!

    I add scents and colors depending on the season. Christmas I do pink with peppermint extract, summer I leave with and add coconut extract etc. The skies the limit!

  4. MoziEsmé says

    That pumpkin spice one is definitely one I’ll try the next time we’re on a P or pumpkin theme!

    I love the helmet! Who knew play doh could be a rough contact sport?!

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