If your kid is an emoji fan, then they’re going to love this Poop Emoji Slime! Believe it or not…this chocolate slime is actually EDIBLE!!
Yes, we went there!!!
My kids LOVE the Emoji Movie and like most kids, they love “poop humor.”
I already have a pudding slime recipe on the blog that I originally mixed up using banana and pistachio pudding. But of course I had to try it with chocolate pudding.
And then I got to thinking…why not add a couple fake eyeballs and give my kids a good laugh by creating…
Chocolate Poop Emoji Slime!!
Unlike the real thing, this poop emoji slime is made with chocolate, so it smells fantastic! It’s also made with all food ingredients, so surprisingly it’s edible too!
Who can resist chocolate, a cute cartoon character, and those huge eyes? You might just find that you want to make your own poop emoji slime too!
Perfect as a rainy day boredom buster, soothing sensory play, or unique play date activity! I can also see it being incorporated into a funny April Fool’s Day prank!
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Tip: If your kids love making edible slime, stock up on corn starch! It’s one of the safe slime ingredients we use ALL the time!
Add instant pudding mix and half of your cornstarch to a mixing bowl. Add 1/3 cup water and stir until slime begins to form (it will be pretty sticky at this point)
Slowly add the rest of your cornstarch, stirring as you go. When slime thickens and is hard to stir with a spoon, finish kneading by hand.
If slime sticks to hands, add more cornstarch until you have a soft, malleable dough that stretches.
Just a note: Making slime isn’t an exact science, and sometimes I need to add a bit more water if the slime is dry, or a bit more corn starch if it is sticky. I’d compare it to making bread: sometimes you need to keep working in flour until you have the perfect consistency.
If you’d like printable directions, I have included them at the bottom of the post.
A Little Bit About “Edible” Slime…
- While this edible slime is safe to taste, it is not intended to be a snack or consumed as food. Always supervise small children while they’re playing.
- If your dough gets too thick or starts to crumble, simply add a little bit of water to soften.
- If playing with the dough on day two, you’ll want to skip the taste-testing part.
- Because it is made with food items, this slime is generally one-time use. You may be able to put in a zip-top bag and keep refrigerated to play with another day. Always check for signs of mold first. I would discourage any tasting on day 2, to be safe.
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Printable Copy of our Poop Emoji Slime Recipe
Chocolate "Poop Emoji" Slime
- 1 Mixing bowl
- 1 cup Cornstarch
- 1/4 cup Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix
- Edible Candy Eyeballs
- 1/3 cup Water
- Add instant pudding mix and half of your cornstarch to a mixing bowl. Add 1/3 cup water and stir until slime begins to form (it will be pretty sticky at this point)
- Slowly add the rest of your cornstarch, stirring as you go. When slime thickens and is hard to stir with a spoon, finish kneading by hand.
- If slime sticks to hands, add more cornstarch until you have a soft, malleable dough that stretches.
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Disclaimer: Always supervise children when making and/or playing with any slime recipe. Even though this recipe is technically edible, I use that term to mean “taste-safe” – please don’t consume as a food item.