Edible Candy Corn Playdough Recipe

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Edible Candy Corn Playdough Recipe

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In less than 5 minutes you can have this beautiful, EDIBLE, fall playdough recipe! Your kids will love playing with this playdough recipe that is made from candy corn!
2 minute, EDIBLE Candy Corn Playdough Recipe - this candy corn craft is made from an easy candy corn recipe to make homemade playdough from halloween candy - Candy Corn! This candy corn activities us a playdough recipe without cream of tartar, is easy, edible, and uses only 2 ingredients! Perfect fall activity for kids from toddler, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade

Candy Corn Activities



Playdough Recipe

Your kids are going to love this easy to make, edible playdough recipe that is made from candy corn! It is fun to play with and snack on!

candy corn recipe

Mix 3 tablespoons Crisco (or vegetable oil), 1 tablespoon water, and 2 cups candy corn in a glass bowl. Microwave 30 seconds, stir, and continue to microwave 30 seconds at a time until completely melted.

fall activities for kids

Look at that BEAUTIFUL colored fall playdough

Be careful, candy will be HOT (you may want to let it cool slightly).

homemade playdough

Turn candy corn playdough recipe onto a surface covered with powdered sugar; knead 8-10 times using additional powdered sugar as needed to keep it from being sticky. 

edible playdough

Now you've got this easy-to-make candy corn playdough ready for kids to play with.... and sample if they want to!

Candy Corn Playdough Recipe Image

For a non-seasonal playdough recipes, try our Kool Aid Playdough Recipe.



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