Hi! I made homemade play-doh in July. So easy and fun to make with the kids! We haven’t played with it in a couple months and I decided to take it out today and let the kids play with it…..it is still super soft and fresh. Here’s the recipe….
- 2 cups flour.
- 3/4 cup salt.
- 4 teaspoons cream of tarter.
- 2 cups lukewarm water.
- 2 Tablespoons of vegetable oil (coconut oil works too)
- Food coloring, optional.
- Quart sized bags.
It’s great to keep your little ones busy and use their imagination! We love it!
Until next time,
My source for this recipe is listed below and also explains how to cook it.
This link will explain steps to creating a nice clean play-doh that will keep your kids busy for hours!
A tasty recipe that you might like
Spicy chicken and rice
Cut up 3 large chicken cutlets into bite size pieces
Cut up medium size onion and put a little olive oil on bottom of pot
Saute onion and add chicken
Put on medium heat and cook until lightly browned.
In a seperate pot boil two bags of brown rice for 10 to 12 minutes
Add brown rice to pot with chicken and add two cans of tomato with chile peppers
Add garlic powder, cumin and salt to pot. Add to your liking.
Easy recipe…can add guacamole or sour cream and tortillas.
Today’s my father’s 70th birthday! Crazy how time flies!! So, my family asked me to provide the cake for tonight’s family celebration! I want to share with you an easy ice cream cake that you can make and add anything you want to it to make it delicious!
24 ice cream sandwiches
2 tubs of cool whip
Reese’s pieces, peanut butter cups, crushed nuts, any type of topping
Place one layer of ice cream sandwiches, then place one tub of cool whip spread on top of layer, chocolate syrup and some toppings, then add second layer of ice cream sandwiches and 2nd tub of cool whip spread with all the toppings. Cover the cake and freeze it!
This time I even added a quart of moose tracks from target to the middle of the cake! Delicious!!
Try it out! It’s a crowd pleaser!!
Until next time