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.
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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Last updated on March 16th, 2018 at 07:32 pm
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