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February 14, 2009

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Laura


Neon colors would be really fun for springtime. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Karen

Tried this playdough recipe and it turned out great! We used neon food coloring though and really made them bright colors! try it out if you make it again.

Laura


The chocolateversion is soawesome! Hope you and your students like it!


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I love making all kinds of playdough, so I'll be trying to make this soon! I'll let you know how the children enjoyed it.

Laura

This is not a recipethat you would eat. It is a recipe for playdough to be played with, not eaten.


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Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2010 21:53:25 -0800

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Wow, the cooking method of this dish is great, I'll try it later and I hope it tastes the way it look. Thanks for sharing!

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Try 1 of these recipes, both are edible. The second recipe has a higher rate of second helpings though!!

CHOCOLATE PLAY DOUGH 1
Ingredients:
8 ounces semisweet chocolate
1/4 cup plus one tablespoon light corn syrup

Directions:
1.Melt the chocolate in a metal bowl set over a pan of simmering water (a double boiler).

2. Stir the chocolate with a spoon until smooth, then stir in the corn syrup.

3.The chocolate will stiffen almost immediately but stir until completely combined.

4.Transfer the chocolate to a sturdy plastic bag and refrigerate until firm. The consistency will be that of Play Dough.

CHOCOLATE PLAY DOUGH 2
Ingredients:
1 can chocolate frosting.
1-1/2 cups powdered sugar.
1 cup creamy peanut butter.

Directions:
1. Mix together until dough reaches desired consistency.

2. When not using, store in an airtight container and refrigerate. Let it come to room temperature for pliable dough.

Linda

I think this is where you got the template for the "candy box" ... at least, it looks like the same thing
http://www.dltk-holidays.com/valentines/m-chocolates-numbers.htm

Anna

Thanks for this! DS and I are going to do it right now.

Jamie

I'm so excited that you're back! I'm sorry about your outage.

This is such a fun activity, we're going to give it a try this week. Thanks again for all of the great ideas!

We're (me and my kids) so happy that you're back! :)

Mozi Esme's Mommy

Fortunately I read the "chocolate" part before I saw the photo - so I was thinking only good thoughts looking at it! Though you make a good point about what it looks like on second glance! Fun activity...

Jessica

Hi, this is another type of edible play dough. i saw it on jon and kate plus 8, but haven't gotten a chance to try it out yet.

Edible play dough

Powdered milk
Honey
Peanut butter
Flour

it doesn't look quite like the unmentionable from what i saw, but of course peanut allergies are far more common then chocolate allergies these days.

Lisa

Welcome back!!!

Angela

I missed you! Glad your back!

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