This fun peanut butter playdough recipe can double as a snack or dessert. Not only is it super fun to play with, it really is delicious (believe me, I should know…I ate about half of it)! I shared this edible playdough recipe a couple years ago when we were learning about butterflies (and used it to demonstrate the phases of a butterfly’s life), but I thought it was worthy of sharing again as we recently made some more to play with.
Here’s what you’ll need: Nonfat dry milk, peanut butter, and honey!
1. Mix 1 cup of peanut butter, 3/4 cup nonfat dry milk, and 3 tablespoons of honey.
2. Mix until mostly smooth and no longer sticky to touch. Add more dry milk if it continues to stick to your hands.
3. Have your kiddos wash their hands and then let them have fun molding the playdough on a clean surface…we broke out our alphabet cookie cutters to make letters as well.