Our edible pizza slime smells like it’s fresh out of the oven!
Edible Pizza Slime
Slime is a BIG deal in our house!
We especially love edible slime, because it’s safe and easy to make with simple kitchen ingredients.
I started experimenting with taste-safe slime when my youngest daughter was two, because she still liked to put everything in her mouth. Our first edible slime recipe (“Magic” Color-Changing Silly Putty) was such a hit that we made more and more!
However, when my husband suggested I make pizza slime, I was a bit stumped. Would it work? Would it be too weird?
I don’t know why I doubted…
Pizza Slime is AWESOME!!
Our edible pizza slime is super stretchy and it smells like a fresh-baked pie full of sauce-y cheesy goodness. If you are a pizza fan (and most kids are, right?), then you’ve got to try this one!
Why I love this edible slime recipe:
- Easy to make (only 3 ingredients)
- Safe and non-toxic (no glue, borax, liquid starch, etc)
- Quick clean-up (washes right off with water)
Pizza Slime Ingredients
- 1/4 cup pizza sauce
- 2 ounces Velveeta cheese, melted
- 7 Tablespoons cornstarch
How to Make Edible Pizza Slime
Place 2 ounce block of Velveeta cheese in a microwave safe bowl. Heat for 10-15 seconds until soft.
Safety tip: Handle bowl and melted cheese with care, as they may be hot.
Add 1/4 cup pizza sauce to bowl and stir to combine. It’s ok if the mixture is still a bit lumpy at this point.
Add 3 Tablespoons cornstarch to bowl and whisk until smooth.
Continue adding cornstarch, one tablespoon at a time, until the pizza slime no longer sticks to the sides of the bowl (about 7 tablespoons total).
Finish kneading by hand.
Slime Making Tips
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- We used a silicone baking mat as our play surface for easier clean-up. (Slime washes right off with water!)
- You can’t really “mess up” making either of these recipes. If either slime is too runny, simply add a little more cornstarch. If your peanut butter slime is too thick, add a bit more corn syrup. If your jelly slime starts to dry out, simply rehydrate with a touch of water.
- Important safety note: these slime recipes are taste-safe, but they are not a food item and not meant to be eaten in large amounts. Always supervise young children when playing with any edible slime.
- Click here to read our slime safety tips.
Learn to Master Slime
There are three starter slime recipes that form the base for hundreds of awesome slime variations, like this Pizza Slime. Once you master these basic recipes, you can make almost anything!
Can’t Get Enough Slime??
Get over 100 pages of slime recipes in our Updated 2nd Edition of The Slime Book! Now available in both PRINT and digital formats!
From seasonal & holiday slime, to glow-in-the-dark slime, there are 43 unique slime recipes for hours of play! Many of them are brand new and never published!
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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Last updated on February 24th, 2019 at 08:34 pm