Poofy, squishy DIY Floam Slime is easy to make at home (only 4 ingredients!) And it’s edible!
DIY Edible Floam Slime Recipe
If you can’t tell by all the slime recipes on the blog, we are huge slime fans in our house!!
When we first started making homemade slime, my youngest daughter was two years old, so I wanted to make sure that we made toddler safe slime recipes. That way she could join in the slime fun, and I wouldn’t have to worry about her getting any toxic chemicals in her mouth.
Why I love this Taste-Safe Floam recipe:
- Easy to make (only 4 ingredients)
- Safe and non-toxic (no glue, borax, liquid starch, etc)
- Quick clean-up (washes right off with water)
Growing up, I loved the “floam” slime that you could buy in stores — ooey, gooey slime packed full of itty bitty foam balls for an extra fluffy texture.
However, traditional floam is usually made with ingredients that might not be safe for little hands – so we decided to make our own taste-safe version!
The result is a super-squishy edible floam that smells amazing and you don’t have to worry if anyone gives it a taste!
I especially love how this floam clumps up into balls that you can squish in your hands, almost like a stress-reliever. So much fun! I could play with floam for hours, as it brought back so many childhood memories. Of course, the kids loved it too! 😉
Homemade Edible Floam Ingredients
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- Jello (we use cool-colored Jello like green to avoid staining hands)
- Cornstarch (stock up on this ingredient to make lots of edible slime recipes!)
- Mini marshmallows
Gather your slime making supplies!
Floam Slime Demo Video
Check out our 1-minute video tutorial to see how it’s made and keep reading for photo step-by-step instructions!
More slime resources:
Keep reading past the floam recipe below to find some helpful links to our most popular slime recipes, plus The Slime Book, our e-book that’s jam-packed full of NEW and unpublished recipes!
Slime is great because it is so easy to make at home. However, be sure to read directions carefully, use the listed ingredients, and be patient. Sometimes it takes a little time and experimentation to get your slime just the right consistency.
Most importantly, have fun!!
How to make our taste-safe floam slime:
Start by whipping up a batch of our edible silly putty slime (our most popular slime recipe of all time!)
Once you’ve got the perfect slime, add a cup of mini marshmallows to the bowl. Stir with a spoon until marshmallows are coated in slime.
Tip: We actually finish mixing our floam by hand, because it allows us to work the marshmallows in better.
We aim for a ratio of 2/3 marshmallows to 1/3 slime. This gives the floam a bouncy, fluffy texture – it makes a great sensory stress reliever! Feel free to adjust to your own preferences.
Another option is to cut your marshmallows in half to get smaller “foam” balls, more like the traditional floam that you might find in stores. Since this takes a little extra time, we often stick to the whole marshmallows, but both varieties are super satisfying to play with!
Just a note: This DIY floam is taste-safe, but it’s not a food item and not meant to be eaten in large amounts. Always supervise young children when playing with any slime recipe.
Can’t Get Enough Slime??
From seasonal & holiday slime, to glow-in-the-dark slime, there’s over 30 recipes for hours of play!
More Edible Slime and Play Dough Recipes:
Our edible slime recipes are made with simple household ingredients that you might already have in your kitchen. Perfect for hours of sensory play that’s safe and non-toxic!
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