Kool-Aid Play Doh
I love play doh! Especially this Kool Aid version shared by Becky on Pinterest.
Using all the traditional ingredients of play doh: flour, salt, water and oil, she dresses it up with packages of non-sweetened kool aid.
Please be sure to go to Becky’s site ( http://tinyurl.com/3jwau3k) to see this great recipe, plus to get suggestions on storage
This Kool-Aid recipe is not only the right consistency, but it looks and smells great. This is a recipe grandma can make before the kids come, or it can be a kitchen project for older kids.
Becky recommends using the deepest colors of Kool-Aid to get the best effect.
This young mom has pictures of kids having a great time with their fresh play doh. It is an outstanding site if you are looking for craft ideas.
Here is the recipe I used from InfarrantlyCreative.com as submitted:
1 1/4 cups flour
1/4 cup of salt
2 pkgs of unsweetened kool aid
1 cup boiling water
1 1/2 Tbs oil
We will be making this for sure this week. And, I am going to be teaching our 15 year old grandaughter how to make this for the two little kids cares for a couple of times as a week.
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