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Just in time for Fall I have a fun new edible slime / dough for you guys to try! Are you a candy corn fan? This is an edible candy corn slime! It is really more of a play dough consistency, but it is great fun to play with either way!
First off, if you have not seen any of my other edible slimes, you have to be sure to check them out next! I have made Edible Starburst Slime, Edible Chocolate Slime, Edible Marshmallow Slime, and Edible Laffy Taffy Slime! These are so fun to make and play with if you have kids! My kids get so excited with each new edible slime we make.
How to Make Edible Candy Corn Slime / Dough
This recipe only takes 3 supples. Candy corn, powdered sugar and coconut oil (or shortening if you desire).
3/4 bag candy corn (save a few to mix in at the end)
1 Tbsp coconut oil
2 Tb- 1/4 c powdered sugar
This time I tried out the microwave for my candy corn slime. In the past I have always done my edible slimes on the stove with a double boiler technique. The microwave was WAY easier! I poured the candy corn into a microwave safe bowl and added in the coconut oil. Microwave at 30 second increments and mix each time until the candy corn is fully melted. It took about a minute and half in mine. Mix well. The oil does not fully mix in, but makes it much easier to work with so the candy does not stick to your hands.
Dust a non-stick surface with powdered sugar. Mix and knead for a minute or two until smooth and add in some of the un-melted candy corns. If it is still hot, they will just melt and break.
Voila! Now you have some edible candy corn slime to play with and eat!
Be sure to play with clean hands! 😉
Find MORE Halloween Science Fun at these sites:
Fluffy Zombie Slime – Little Bins for Little Hands
Discovering a Pumpkin: STEM Investigation – Share it! Science
Halloween Fun: Spider Science Activities for Kids – Growing With Science
Halloween Ghost Balloons – Mama Smiles
Halloween Science: Static Electricity Ghosts – The Homeschool Scientist
Bubbling Pumpkin Experiments – Preschool Powol Packets
Halloween Robot Spider Craft – Inspiration Laboratories
Halloween Rock Painting for Kids – From Engineer to Stay at Home Mom
Science Experiments with Pumpkin Peeps – JDaniel4’s Mom
Happy Halloween Stained Glass Window – From Witty Hoots