Thursday, October 31, 2013

Homemade Edible Play Dough Recipes - Bake Shop Flavors - Vanilla, Chocolate, Banana Lemon


I am always looking for edible recipes of play dough and paint because, for some crazy reason, Little J must sample all of the things we play with :)

I created these play dough recipes recently, and they came out pretty great! The three flavors are: Vanilla Creme Pie, Chocolate Pudding Pie, and Banana Lemon Cake.

The Vanilla Creme Pie Dough and the Banana Lemon Cake Dough came from shared ingredients. I bought a box of Betty Crocker Lemon Supreme Bars, and lucky me, the box came with 2 bags of mix! One bag was for the crust and one was for the lemon filling. So, I used the bag of crust mix to make the Vanilla Creme Pie Dough and the bag of lemon filling was used to make the Banana Lemon Cake  Dough. 



Vanilla Creme Pie Play Dough
1 bag of Supreme Bars Crust Mix
1/2 cup salt
1/3 cup Vanilla Greek Yogurt
1/3 cup flour
splash of vanilla extract 

Mix together in a large bowl (ideally with your hands) to form a ball. Extra flour may be used for dusting. 

This dough has a nice, firm texture almost like clay. 

Banana Lemon Cake Dough
1 bag Supreme Bars Lemon Filling Mix
1 ripe banana
1 tsp lemon juice
1/3 cup salt
2 & 1/2 cups flour

Mix together in a large bowl (ideally with your hands) to form a ball. Extra flour may be used for dusting. 

This dough has a great texture and is very moldable.

Chocolate Pudding Pie Dough
2 boxes of Jello Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix 
1 cup of flour
1/2 cup salt
Mix together in a large bowl, then add 1 cup of water and form into a ball with your hands. Extra flour may be used for dusting. 

This dough is a fun texture, a little sticky but very fun!


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4 comments:

  1. MELISSA! You MUST share these recipes everywhere!!!! I know someone you should send an email to in regards to these that might be able to link you up & share with her readers galore! THESE RECIPES are THEE Most Unique & well thought out that I have ever seen! Extreme thinking, trial and error, and creativity must have been put into them!!! HOW did you come up with these!? I want to know more! I have signed up to follow the comment responses from this post, maybe theres a way you can find my EMAIL address that way--get in touch ;D Or, I will try to email you with some more information!!! I cannot wait to try these for myself!

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    1. Hi Jeanine,
      Thank you for your super sweet and thoughtful comment! I was thrilled to receive such nice words this morning! :) Yes, these were all trial-and-error. I like to have everything be safe incase my older son decides to take a bite, which he usually does lol. Please feel free to email me at anytime: theeyesofaboyblog@gmail.com
      Have a great day! :)

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  2. Thank you so much Melissa! I am so excited now that I have a lot of these ingredients finally...we will look at making at least ONE of these this weekend!! I will definitely check back and let you know what discoveries WE make. Be Well

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  3. Those are some really cool doughs! Thanks for sharing them with us :)

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