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Chocolate Homemade Playdough Recipe

Chocolate Homemade Playdough Recipe

This chocolate homemade playdough recipe is made with just two ingredients and is a terrific activity for younger kids. Edible playdough is a yummy fun with food activity.

We all know kids can create the biggest messes. They can be so messy when it comes to any type of crafts such as paint or playdough. That’s part of what makes it fun though in my opinion. But, with younger children you have to worry about what they put in their mouths. I love activities like this chocolate homemade playdough recipe that younger kids can have messy fun with and it uses ingredients that are safe for kids to eat.

This chocolate homemade playdough recipe is made with just two ingredients and is a terrific activity for younger kids. Edible playdough is a yummy fun with food activity.

If you’re looking for edible activities for kids, be sure to also check out Food Fun with Edible Paint and this No Cook Glow In The Dark Playdough Recipe.

Playdough is so fun to play with and even more fun to eat. I found a fun playdough tools set on Amazon that is perfect for this activity. It includes a rolling pin, cutters, molds and much more.

This chocolate homemade playdough recipe is made with just two ingredients and is a terrific activity for younger kids. Edible playdough is a yummy fun with food activity.
Edible Chocolate Homemade Playdough

This Edible Chocolate Playdough is a fun recipe to make for your little ones to keep them from eating unwanted items while also giving them something to play with. This recipe is super easy to make and your children will love the chocolatey taste. You will only need a few simple ingredients and your children will have non-toxic edible play dough in no time at all.

Do I Need to Refrigerate Leftover Playdough?

For this Playdough recipe, you will need to place it in the fridge. You can choose to discard it right after, but it will be good for a few days. You can wrap the playdough in plastic wrap and reuse it for a few days.

How Long is This Homemade Playdough Recipe Good?

So, edible playdough can eventually come soft and sticky depending on the recipe after awhile. The playdough recipe will roughly last you 3 days time when placed in the fridge. If your playdough does become soft or sticky for any reason, you can dust a bit of cornstarch in your hands and mix it in and it will be as good as new.

Chocolate Edible Playdough Recipe

Supplies Needed

  • 1 cup chocolate frosting
  • 2 cups powdered sugar

How to Make Edible Chocolate Playdough

Mix the frosting and 1 cup of powdered sugar together, pressing with the back of a spoon, until it creates a sticky dough.

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Continue adding powdered sugar a little at a time, kneading on a lightly sugar-dusted surface, until the desired consistency is reached.

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Store playdough in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Refrigerated dough will be stiff. Allow to come to room temperature before playing.

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This chocolate homemade playdough recipe is made with just two ingredients and is a terrific activity for younger kids. Edible playdough is a yummy fun with food activity.
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Edible Homemade Chocolate Playdough

This chocolate edible playdough recipe is made with just two ingredients and is a terrific activity for younger kids.
Prep Time8 minutes
Active Time0 minutes
Total Time8 minutes
Yield: 1 batch
Author: About a Mom

Materials

Instructions

  • Mix the frosting and 1 cup of powdered sugar together, pressing with the back of a spoon, until it creates a sticky dough.
  • Continue adding powdered sugar a little at a time, kneading on a lightly sugar-dusted surface, until the desired consistency is reached.
  • Store playdough in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Refrigerated dough will be stiff. Allow to come to room temperature before playing.

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