How To: Make Edible Yogurt Play Doh
You’re trying to get something done and your toddler is running after you, screaming for your attention… Sound familiar?
No worries! Take 5 minutes to mix together 2 ingredients that are already in your kitchen!
My child is a hungry hungry hippo, so she will put anything within arm’s reach straight into her mouth. When I want to give her something to amuse her for a few minutes, I need to make sure it’s taste-safe.
Luckily, all you need for this recipe is yogurt and cornstarch! Both, taste-safe ingredients make for a fun, attention grabbing activity that your child can do in their high chair while you get things done.
I’m not going to write a few hundred words that you’ll simply scroll through in order to get to the recipe! Here it is!
What you’ll need:
2 containers of baby yogurt (a little less than 1 cup)
1 heaping cup of Corn Starch
Throw both ingredients into a bowl and mix until well combined.
If your dough is crumbly, add yogurt.
If your dough is sticky, add corn starch.
It’s just that simple and it makes a ton!
You could easily cut the recipe in half if you want to save ingredients or you have the feeling it will end up on the floor.
It keeps well for a few days in a ziplock bag in the fridge.
It has a great smooth and rubbery texture that is great for sensory play!
Give it a try and see how your kiddos like it!