This Hot Chocolate Slime Recipe with Contact Solution is perfect for winter sensory play. This super squishy slime recipe is easy to make, and kids love playing with it. If you are looking for amazing homemade slime recipes to make with your kids you’ve come to the right place. We have fluffy slime recipes, clear slime recipes, saline slime recipes, gingerbread slime, snow slime, and just about every other slime you can think of. Grab the glue and let’s get squishing.
Slime Recipe with Contact Solution
Hot Chocolate Slime Recipe with Contact Solution
I love winter; I love the cozy flannels and sweaters, the smell of peppermint, snow, chilly air, and cozy fires. Plus, who doesn’t love enjoying a winter treat like hot chocolate? But, drinking hot cocoa is not the only way you and your kids can enjoy chocolate goodness in the winter! Hot Chocolate also makes a fantastic slime that smells great and gives kids an excellent base for dramatic play, fine motor development, and just plain fun!
Contact Solution Slime
What you will need to make your Fluffy Slime Recipe 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 Contact Solution Slime
This slime recipe is so easy and so much fun to play with. First, start by mixing your glue and baking soda in a bowl.
Stir in cocoa powder and vanilla extract next.
To make your slime fuffy you can mix in your shaving cream now. Making it a fluffy slime is totally optional but it gives you another idea for this hot chocolate slime. You will need to add a little bit more saline solution to get the right texture.
Kids love playing with slime as a fun sensory play activity and this one is perfect to make on a cold winter day.
Add your saline contact solution 1 Tsp. at a time as you stir your glue mixture, stop as soon as your slime pulls away from the sides of the bowl and is no longer sticky. Then you’ll want to knead the slime gently with your hands to finish mixing it up and to give it a nice smooth finish.
Don’t forget to grab the ingredients you’ll need to make this Hot Chocolate Contact Solution Slime Recipe. You can print out the full slime recipe below.
Cocoa powder or a Scoop of Hot Chocolate
optional: shaving cream
This Hot Chocolate Slime is best if you play with it on a table as it stretches, drips, pulls, and oozes or add it to a sensory bin for a unique base.
Add mini marshmallows, spoons, mugs, straws, and other small items for extended play with your slime and it will keep kids busy while you cook dinner or when the weather is too harsh for play outdoors.
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Hot Chocolate Contact Solution Slime Recipe
- 1 cup Elmer's school glue
- 1 Tsp. Baking soda
- 1-2 Tbsp. Saline contact solution
- 1 Tbsp. Cocoa powder or a scoop of Hot Chocolate
- 1 Tsp. Vanilla extract
- optional - Shaving cream
In a large bowl stir your Elmer's school glue and baking soda - mix well.
Stir in cocoa powder and vanilla extract
optional: To make your slime fuffy you can mix in shaving cream, you will need a bit more saline solution to get the right texture.
Begin adding saline contact solution 1 Tsp. at a time as you stir, stop as soon as your slime pulls away from the sides of the bowl and is no longer sticky.
Knead gently with your hands to finish mixing it up and to give it a nice smooth finish.
Store your slime in an airtight container
Add mini marshmallows, spoons, mugs, and other small items for extended play with your slime and it will keep kids busy while you cook dinner or when the weather is too harsh for play outdoors.