We have LOTS of recipes and ways to create your own lumps of play!

by Rachel

Over at Spoonful they have a play dough recipe using natural dyes to help teach kids about diversity. via Hideous Dreadful Stinky

Cinnamon is a warm smelling spice. This spicy playdough is great for an added sensory element. via Not Just Cute.

Fondant inspired this edible and tasty peanut butter play dough. All you need is peanut butter, marshmallows and powdered sugar!

Everybody likes chocolate, right? This recipe for play dough is fully edible, smells just like chocolate icecream, but doesn’t taste very good.

Oobleck is a fun dough-like substance that you can form but also “melts” when it is not being used. This recipe is for an icecream playdough that *melts*!

Play dough that glows?? How fun! This recipe would be perfect for kids to get as party favors for a slumber party.

This edible play dough recipe is messy, very messy, but also tasty! It is gluten & nut-free.

Playdough that is edible and gluten-free is hard to find. Our recipe is crumbly. This play dough recipe from Tinkerlab looks silky and uses Masa Flour as the base.

This is the *softest* play dough your kids will ever make. You can create it in less than 5 min using items commonly found at home.

Used leftover preferably decaf, coffee grounds to create a mud-like play dough. It smells like morning and is perfect as the ground for driving toy trucks.

Candy Playdough – it exists!! My kids will be ecstatic! This dough is best made in small, very small batches. via Housing the Forests

​Rachel is the founder of the blog, One Crazy House. She is the co-author of 101 Kids Activities that are the Bestest, Funnest Ever! and The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and six children.