If you like cranberries, and even if you don’t, you are going to LOVE this Edible Cranberry Fluffy Slime. It is so yummy that I am considering modifying the recipe and serving it on my holiday table! I’m just kidding, but I will have this as a Christmas slime for the children to play with. This marshmallow fluffy slime is not only tasty but makes a great sensory activity. It’s a fun new way to present slime in a winter theme.
This slime recipe works fine motor skills and encourages kids to play creatively.
Marshmallow Fluffy Slime Recipe
Edible Cranberry Fluffy Slime
You will need to grab four ingredients from your pantry to whip up your own batch of homemade cranberry slime. While this ends up feeling more like very loose playdough, it is still fluid enough to be considered a slime! And of course, the kids love making slime!
Easy Edible Slime
What you will need to make your Fluffy Cranberry Slime is 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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How to Make Playdough Slime
First, place your mini marshmallows and coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl and heat it for 30 seconds, next you’ll want to stir the marshmallows. Heat them again for another 20 seconds and stir it well. If your marshmallows are melted you are done, if not go for another 10 seconds at a time stirring between each heating.
Your marshmallows should seem smooth and creamy.
Next, stir in your cranberry sauce until it’s well blended with the marshmallows.
Begin adding powdered sugar ½ a cup at a time and mixing thoroughly until the slime is no longer sticking to your fingers when picked up. You might want to add a little bit of powdered sugar to the surface your children are using for playing with their edible cranberry slime.
How to Make Fluffy Slime
Serve this slime up with pretty serving bowls, spoons, and fresh cranberries, they make the perfect play accessories for this edible slime recipe.
If you would like to cut down on the amount of sugar in this recipe you can use cornstarch in place of some or all of the powdered sugar. Of course, it won’t be as tasty but it will still be fine if you have toddlers that like to taste everything.
Cranberry Edible Slime
Edible slime is really meant for one use, at most it can be refrigerated and used the next day. We prefer to toss ours after it’s been all over mouths and hands and make fresh slime the next time. Have fun and enjoy making slime.
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Cranberry Edible Slime Recipe
- 2 cups mini marshmallows
- 2 tsp. Coconut oil
- 3 Tbsp Cranberry sauce
- 2 cups Powdered sugar
Toss mini marshmallows and coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl and heat for 30 seconds, stir. Heat another 20 seconds stir well. If melted you are done, if not heat for 10 seconds at a time stirring between each heating.
Remove from microwave and stir in cranberry sauce until well blended.
Begin adding powdered sugar ½ a cup at a time and mixing thoroughly until slime is no longer sticking to your fingers when picked up.
Add a little more powdered sugar to the surface for playing.
If you would like to cut down on the amount of sugar in this recipe you can use cornstarch in place of some or all of the powdered sugar.
Edible slime is really meant for one use, but it can be refrigerated and used the next day.