Inside: A huge collection of edible slime recipes for kids.
We love slime!! But when you have toddlers and preschoolers, safety is a priority. That’s why we created these edible slime recipes that you can make with simple ingredients found in the kitchen! Taste safe and worry free!
Why Edible Slime?
If you’ve seen the slime recipes circulating on social media, then you’ve likely noticed that many of them contain harsh ingredients like borax. These can be irritating to sensitive hands, and they’re not the best idea for toddlers or young kids that still like to taste-test everything they play with.
As a mom of young kids, I decided to create SAFE edible slime for my girls to enjoy. Our first and most popular recipe (see below) was such a hit that we decided to try other ingredients too!
Slime is a wonderful sensory activity and very soothing for kids (and grown-ups too!) Our edible slime recipes are all simple (most are 2-3 ingredients) and made with safe, food-based ingredients that are easy to find. In fact, you might already have many of the items we used in your own kitchen.
Read on for all of our favorite edible slime recipes! This list will be updated as we come up with exciting new creations…so stay tuned!
Related: Get 30+ unique slime recipes in one place! Grab your copy of The Slime Book today!
Our Most Popular Edible Slime:
With almost 90K shares (and counting) this Edible Silly Putty is our most popular edible slime recipe of all!
The coolest part? It changes color as you mix it!!
Check out this quick demo video that shows how to make our edible silly putty:
Our NEWEST Edible Slime Concoction: Pudding Slime
This is our latest edible slime creation, and it might just be my favorite!
Pudding slime is a super soft cross between slime and play dough. It’s taste-safe and it smells absolutely amazing!! Only 3 ingredients needed.
How to make pudding edible slime:
Edible Chocolate Slime
Because everything is better with chocolate!! I love this one because it smells just like hot cocoa! Perfect for indoor play on a cold day!
Watch our instructional video to make edible chocolate slime:
Birthday Cake Batter Edible Play Dough
A close cousin of slime, play dough is just as much fun for sensory play! This is an awesome way to use leftover canned frosting! Who knew?!
Super Stretchy Candy Slime
An awesome way to use extra Halloween candy! This 3-ingredient edible slime made from candy is thick like silly putty.
How to make candy slime video:
“Unicorn Poop” Edible Play Dough
We took our deliciously scented birthday cake play dough and kicked it up a notch — unicorn style!!
Here’s the easy demo video:
Chocolate Poop Emoji Edible Slime
Yes, we went there!! But unlike the real thing, this poo emoji slime smells amazing…and it’s an edible slime!
How to make Chocolate Poop Emoji Edible Slime:
Stretchy Gummy Bear Slime
A stretchy, marshmallow-like slime that smells amazing and tastes delicious! Thick and tacky, but doesn’t stick to hands.
Bonus: you can store this one for a couple days in a sealed container!
Seasonal Edible Slime Recipes:
This pumpkin pie slime is super jiggly (as opposed to stretchy) and stays in place when you mold it, so it’s perfect for pretend cooking sensory play! Grab a mini pie tin and a rolling pin and get “baking!”
Edible Pumpkin Pie Slime how-to video:
Spooky Slime Cookies
Just for fun! A “slime” recipe you’re truly supposed to eat! Perfect for Halloween or to make anytime with your little slime fans!
ALL of Our Safe Edible Slime Recipes:
(click the links below for full instructions and supply list for each)
- Jello Silly Putty
- Pudding Slime
- Edible Chocolate Slime
- Birthday Cake Batter Edible Play Dough
- Edible Unicorn Poop Play Dough
- Gummy Bear Slime
- Chocolate Poop Emoji Slime
- Edible Pumpkin Pie Slime
- Taste-Safe Glow in the Dark Slime
Want MORE slime?!
Check out The Slime Book — almost 50 pages packed with our most popular and BRAND NEW slime recipes not published anywhere else!
Our go-to edible slime supplies:
(affiliate links provided for your convenience in re-creating these recipes; disclosure policy available here)
- corn starch (stock up on this ingredient!!)
- cocoa powder
- sugar free gelatin
- white frosting
- instant pudding
- rainbow sprinkles
- non-stick silicon mat (for easy clean-up)
Slime Safety Tips
While all of these recipes are technically edible, they’re not meant to be consumed as food. Always supervise kids when playing with slime, even taste-safe slime.
Read this next: How to Make Slime Safely
More of our favorite taste-safe slime recipes from our blogger friends:
- Peeps Play Dough (recipe on Sugar Spice & Glitter)
- Marshmallow Dough (recipe on Steam Powered Family)
- Fake Snot Gelatin Slime (recipe on Little Bins for Little Hands)
- Fiber Slime (recipe on Little Bins for Little Hands)
- Peanut Butter Slime (recipe on Encouraging Moms at Home)
- Edible Dairy Free Play Dough (recipe on Look We’re Learning)
Want more edible slime?? Check back often because we’re always testing out new recipes!
Which one of our edible slime recipes is your favorite? Have an idea for us to try? Leave a comment below!
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