As much as we love sensory play, play doughs are an area we haven’t really explored a great deal. This is mainly due to Buddy’s determination to eat everything in sight! Traditional home made play dough has a reasonably high salt content, so I was really eager to tap into the fantastic minds of the Kid Blogger Network. I asked them to share their ideas for Taste Safe Dough for Babies and Toddlers and this is what they came up with!
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Slimy Goopy Doughs
Get your hands stuck into some Super Stretchy Slime Dough.
If green slime isn’t your thing, why not try some Chocolate Slime Dough from Epic Fun for Kids
Or try this luscious Coconut Glop Dough from Kids Activities Blog.
Tried and Tested Favourites- Made Baby safe
For a foam dough without the shaving cream, check out this Taste Safe Foam Dough from Powerful Mothering.
If you’ve been worried about trying cloud dough with your taste happy baby, why not try this taste safe Ginger and Cinnamon Cloud Dough from In the Playroom.
For those avoiding gluten, this Gluten Free Cloud Dough from Wildflower Rambling is definitely worth a try!
Try this beautifully soft, Taste Safe Cloud Dough from Lemon Lime Adventures.
Or for a holiday feeling, why not go tropical with this Coconut Cloud Dough from Fun A Day.
If you have had a hankering to try moon sand without the baby oil, try this Taste Safe Moon Sand from Powerful Mothering.
Well these doughs just look good enough to eat, good job they’re taste safe!
Why not try this lovely textured Chocolate Oat Dough from Powerful Mothering.
Or raid the cabinets and create this tasty Nutella Play Dough from Still Playing School. Yum yum!
This Marshmallow Play Dough from Still Playing School looks fantastically fun and tasty!
You could host a tea party with these Taste Safe Play Dough Cupcakes from B-Inspired Mama.
Or practice making kisses with this lovely Hershey’s Kisses Dough from Learn Play Imagine.
I can’t wait to try this Jello Play Dough from Words and Needles.
For the less sweet toothed, or if you want to use up some cupboard staples, these doughs are perfect.
Try this fantastically simple Bread Dough from Danya Banya.
Explore the texture of Oatmeal, with this lovely Oatmeal Dough Love Play and Learn.
If you need a gluten free option why not try this Gluten Free Spinach Dough from Wildflower Ramblings. (We tried this one and loved it!)
Or try an unusual play dough base with this Sweet Potato Dough from the Therapy Fun Zone.
Keep it simple with this Mashed Potato Dough from Inspirational Laboratories.
Why not try this fragrant Almond Dough from Craftulate. It certainly looks good enough to eat!
Welcome in the Autumn (Fall) with this lovely Pumpkin Pie Play Dough from Coffee Cups and Crayons.
Or, why not try this alternative Pumpkin Pie Dough Recipe from Sow Sprout Play.
Oranges scream Autumn/Winter to me. Why not try this aromatic Orange Scented Dough from Natural Beach Living.
I would love to make this fragrant Rose Scented Dough from Words and Needles.
Or make your own Play Dough Apples like Blog Me Mom did.
Peanut Butter Doughs
Peanut Butter has been a staple for many taste safe Doughs over the years, these are some of my favourite! (Obviously, don’t try these with anyone who has a nut allergy or suspected nut allergy.)
Try this amazing Peanut Butter Play Dough from Danya Banya.
This Marshmallow and Peanut Butter Dough from Therapy Fun Zone makes a fantastically squishy dough.
Or why not make a tasty and super sticky Peanut Butter Ice Cream Dough from Natural Beach Living.
We can’t wait to try more of these doughs, and I look forward to sharing our experiences with you all. Why not subscribe to this blog by email? (Check out the subscribe box on the right hand bar of this page) You never have to miss a post again!
I love reading comments so please feel free to let me know what you think of these doughs and share your fun playing with them too.