Here’s A Super-Easy Recipe For Edible Marshmallow Play Dough

Play dough and a child’s mouth seem to be inseparable. And why wouldn’t they be? After crafting a juicy hamburger or a delicious looking sundae, it’s only natural that the next step would be to give it a taste.

So what is one to do? Try out this recipe from One Little Project for edible play dough, and here’s why:

1. Despite being made with marshmallows, it doesn’t taste that¬†good.

You don’t want the kids gobbling up all your hard work. Besides who knows what was on those hands or that table before they started working.

2. It’s a one-bowl wonder.

My favorite type of recipe. It can be accomplished by only dirtying one dish, which makes clean up a breeze.

3. It’s less of a mess.

Unlike regular play dough which dries up and becomes crumbly, this recipe promises to hold it together and stay off your floors.

This is a simple and cheap way to keep the kids entertained for at least a few minutes. Have fun!