Edible Cookie Dough Playdough is the Best! Children can cut the dough, squeeze the dough, flatten the dough, slice the dough and make cookies to use with their counting playdough mats. This is also the perfect playdough recipe to go with the book If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.
Cookie Dough Playdough
Squeezing and squishing playdough helps build and strengthen your child’s hand muscles; Which will also improve their writing and cutting skills. This Playdough Recipe is so much fun!
What you will need to make your Starburst Slimeis in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Activities
This playdough recipe is so easy to make. Start by using a medium size bowl, add the water and 1 teaspoon of cornstarch then mix well.
Add 1 cup of vanilla frosting to your cornstarch mixture and mix it up well.
Slowly mix in 1 cup of cornstarch. Once you can’t mix it with a spoon, then switch to your hands. Start kneading it until the cornstarch is incorporated. If the dough is still sticky, add one teaspoon of cornstarch at a time until it’s no longer sticky. Just don’t add too much or it’ll become crumbly.
Playdough Recipe No Cook
Once you have the playdough to the right consistency then add the chocolate chips and mix together.
The chocolate chips
Have fun playing and there’s no need to worry if your little ones sneak a bite since all of the ingredients are edible.
You’ll probably want to discard this edible playdough when you’re
Chocolate Chip Playdough
These playdough mats will have your children creating cookies while they count.
Playdough mats aren’t just fun; they foster creativity and allow your child to use their imagination while learning and working fine motor skills.
Playdough Mats make perfect Busy Bag ideas, Tray ideas, and quiet time ideas too. They are also great for a playdate activity. These playdough mats are perfect to use with the If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Lesson Plans.
Chocolate Chip Edible Playdough
All you have to do is print these out and laminate them, and your children will be able to use them for many years if you want a change from the playdough you can use mini cookies or manipulatives.
PIN THIS COOKIE DOUGH PLAYDOUGH TO SAVE FOR LATER
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Cookie Dough Playdough Recipe
The Best Edible Playdough Recipe is chocolate chip playdough that goes perfectly with the book If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.
- 1 can Vanilla Frosting
- 1 1/4 cup Cornstarch
- 1 tbsp Water
- 1/4 cup Chocolate Chips
In a medium size bowl, add the water and 1 teaspoon of cornstarch. Mix well.
Add 1 cup of frosting to the cornstarch mixture and mix well.
Slowly mix in 1 cup of cornstarch. Once you can’t mix it with a spoon, then switch to your hands. Start kneading it until the cornstarch is incorporated. If the dough is still sticky, add 1 teaspoon of cornstarch at a time until it’s no longer sticky. Just don’t add too much or it’ll become crumbly.
Once you have the playdough to the right consistency then add the chocolate chips and mix together. *The chocolate chips do make the dough break easier when rolling out so it’s easier to flatten out the playdough with your hand.
Have fun playing and no worries if your little ones sneak a bite since all ingredients are edible. Discard when done playing for the day.