Comparison Of Kool-Aid Play Tough

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Basic Play dough (Nonedible) • 1 cup flour • 2 Tbsp cream of tartar • ½ cup salt • 1 to 2 Tbsp cooking oil • 1 cup water • Food coloring Mix flour, cream of tartar, and salt in a pan. Mix desired coloring with water, add with oil to dry mixture. Cook over medium heat until thick. Mix in coloring later if preferred. Kool-Aid Play dough (Nonedible) This is a super fast and easy recipe. This recipe is excellent if you don’t have a stove or microwave. I just boil the water in an electric kettle. With any of the Kool-Aid recipes the dough will be the color of the Kool-Aid mix and will smell like the Kool-Aid mix. If this play dough gets sticky after a period of non-use, I just add flour and knead until its back to good condition…show more content…
Slowly add the water mixed with oil and stir over medium heat until mixture thickens to dough. Let cool a few minutes and then knead until smooth. Kool-Aid Play dough with Alum (Nonedible) Alum is a pickling spice found in the spice section of your grocery store. It makes the play dough last longer. • 2, 1/2 cups flour • ½ cup salt • 1 Tbsp Alum • 1 package unsweetened Kool-Aid (6 g Pkg.) • 1 to 2 Tbsp cooking oil • 2 cups boiling water Mix all together and knead well. Gluten-Free Play dough (Nonedible) This too is an excellent recipe. It’s just as good as any regular play dough recipe. It is for children with wheat allergies. The dough is quite sticky at first, but just continues kneading it and it will turn out beautifully. • ½ cup rice flour • ½ cup cornstarch • ½ cup salt • 2 tsp cream of tartar • 1 cup cold water • 1 tsp cooking oil • Food coloring Combine all ingredients except food coloring in a medium saucepan. Cook over medium heat stirring constantly until mixture thickens and forms a ball. Allow the dough to cool and then add in your food coloring. Jell-O Play dough (Nonedible) • 1 cup flour • ½ cup salt • 2 tsp cream of

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