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Oatmeal Play dough
What You Need:
  • One part flour
  • One part water
  • Two parts oatmeal
What You Do:
  • Mix all ingredients well until smooth. Knead and play.
Smelly Colorful Play dough
What You Need:
  • One-Half cup salt
  • Two cups water
  • Two tablespoons salad oil
  • Two cups flour
  • Two tablespoons alum
  • Kool-Aid for color
What You Do:
  • Disolve salt in boiling water. Stir in Kool-Aid for color. Slowly add salad oil, flour and alum. Knead until Play dough is smooth.
Potato Dough
What You Need:
  • Five potatoes
  • Flour
What You Do:
  • Bake potatoes, in their skins, until they are soft inside (like you would eat them). Peel and then mash potatoes (throw skins away). Combine three cups flour to every four cups of mashed potato and roll until you form a great dough.
Peanut Butter Play dough
What You Need:
  • Cocoa
  • 8 oz. peanut butter
  • Six tablespoons honey
  • Nonfat dry milk
What You Do:
  • Mix all ingredients, adding enough dry milk to give make dough pliable.
Smelly Dough
What You Need:
  • Two cups whole wheat flour
  • One cup salt
  • Smelly Ingredient (Five teaspoons cinnamon, 1/2 cup coffee grounds, other of your choice)
  • Two tablespoons of oil
  • One cup warm water
  • Food coloring (optional)
What You Do:
  • Mix all dry ingredients in one bowl, and then mix all wet ingredients in a separate one. Next mix the two. Stir the mixture until the dough forms a ball (note depending on the season, altitude you may have to add more flour if the mixture is too sticky or add more water if the mixture is too dry) Finally, Knead on a lightly floured surface until the dough is pliable. Store in refrigerator in airtight container
Frosting Play Dough/Clay
What You Need:
  • One can chocolate frosting mix
  • One-cup peanut butter
  • 1 1/2 cups dry powdered milk
What You Do:
  • Mix all ingredients together and knead until right consistency. Should not be sticky.