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Landon’s allergic to wheat. I know he’s not the only kid! He’s much better now about eating it, but when he was littler he would eat the playdough when I wasn’t looking. Shocker of all shockers I know. This recipe I found here it’s really easy to make!
Gluten Free Play Dough
1/2 Cup Rice Flour
1/2 Cup Corn Starch
1/2 Cup Salt
2 teaspoons cream of tarter
1 Cup water
1 teaspoon oil
Food coloring or Kool Aid packet
First mix all the dry ingredients. Having a helper makes it so much more fun!
Then add the wet ingredients. How much food coloring you add is up to how dark of a color you want. You can also add a packet of Kool aid and it will not only be colorful but smell good too (but more tempting for it to be eaten though!). I added about 5-6 drops.
Mix together well then add heat on low, stirring constantly.
In about 5 minutes it will start to look like this. Now is when it gets tough. Make sure you keep the already formed play dough scraped off of the bottom of the pan to keep the more liquid stuff at the bottom.
When there is no more liquid left and your arm is dead from stirring, turn off the heat. It will still be sticky on the spoon – that’s fine. As it cools it turn more play dough like.
While it’s till hot, use a plastic spatula to scrape as much off the sides and bottom of the pan as you can and put it into a ball. Once it cools, the only way to get it off the pan is to soak and wash it.
Dump it out and flatten and let it cool. Landon’s blowing on it to help it cool.
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