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Marshmallow Playdoh recipe doesn't dry out, and is safe to eat

Posted at 10:17 AM, May 18, 2020

“Don’t eat that!” are familiar words we say when our youngsters are playing with play dough, right? But what if they COULD eat it?

Leigh Ann Towne found a recipe that is a “win-win” in her household because her son Bronson loves marshmallows and he loves play dough, hence, DIY Marshmallow Play dough makes sense.


  • 6 large marshmallows or 60 little
  • 3 tablespoons (more like 6) of corn starch
  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil (but other oils work just fine)
  • Food coloring

Directions: put all of the ingredients into a microwave safe bowl, cook for 30 seconds. Mix with a spoon at once when removed. It will be slimy at first, but keep kneading it, adding more corn starch as you go until you get a play dough consistency.
There are other variations of DIY play dough, that are not edible, but super easy to make.

Corn Starch and hair conditioner:

The best thing to do is search Pinterest. Have fun!