DIY Craft Recipes: How to Make Homemade Kool-Aid Play Dough (It Smells So Good!) by Mike Prochaska

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4 years ago

DIY Craft Recipes: How to Make Homemade Kool-Aid Play Dough (It Smells So Good!)

I love this recipe for play dough because the Kool-Aid makes the play dough smell so good. There are a million different ways to make play dough, but this way it smells so yummy!

You'll need:

Here's how to make it:

  1. Combine the flour, salt and alum.
  2. Mix the Kool-Aid and oil in the boiling water. Stir until dissolved.
  3. Mix the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients.
  4. Knead until the play dough is the right consistency for play. Add more flour, if needed. 

Note: Make sure kids do not put the play dough in their mouths. Try this recipe for edible play dough

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Kool-Aid $3 & Up
Salt $1 & Up
Vegetable Oil $3 & Up
Alum $4 & Up
Flour $3 & Up

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Donna John
How fun, Mike Prochaska ! I have a recipe for pumpkin play dough that I'll have to share.
Mike Prochaska
Yeah i would love to know how to make pumpkin play dough Donna John
Elisa Schmitz
So fun! I'll bet the colors are pretty vibrant, too, Mike Prochaska !

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