Made this a couple of days ago with two 7 year olds. They enjoyed mixing it and learning how to knead but none of us were happy with the consistency of this "playdough". It wasn't very pliable and was difficult to work with. I'm sorry but I feel it was a waste of ingredients.
The kids really enjoyed this! We used cookie cutters and added cereal, and various chips to decorate. Great fun!
i had to sub for milk powder w/ dairy coffee creamer, not ideal, but it workd. made so much. im gonna keep it in the fridge and see how long ot keeps. tasted just fine! like a taffy/candy.
I remember this playdough from kindergarten - over thirty years ago! I've tried other recipes, which came out to greasy. This was the perfect consistency. Should I be embarrassed that I enjoyed it more than my kids?
I made this with my nieces. It was not quite the consistency of playdough, but it still was somewhat formable. They had a good time and enjoyed eating it. I thought it tasted pretty darn good too. Thanks for some quality family fun.
We have been home sick for 5 days. (Me and a 3 yr old & a 5 yr old.) We're feeling much better but because what we have is contagious (!) we have to stay home a few more days and I am constantly looking for things to do. We made #65855 the other day and really enjoyed it but used all the honey in the house so we decided to try this one. I found it a little harder to work with. I think it may have been the addition of the powdered sugar. We had a lot of fun though! Thanks so much! (Dh said he liked the taste of this one better but the kids preferred the taste of the other.)
I cant wait to try on my nieces and nephews. corn syrup is not as ready available in australia so i going to substute