Inside: Super stretchy edible candy slime that only requires three simple ingredients.
As I was cleaning out our cabinets this week I discovered a bucket full of last year’s Halloween candy. I was just about to pitch it to make way for our next trick-or-treating haul (Halloween is only a few weeks away) when I got inspired to make…
Edible Candy Slime!
The result of our experiments was a super-duper stretchy edible candy slime that’s a lot like silly putty!
Super Stretchy Candy Slime
This candy slime recipe is edible (you know we love our edible slime recipes!) and super easy to make. If you have any leftover Halloween candy lying around (no judgement!) this is an awesome way to get some use out of it!
The best part? You only need 3 basic ingredients to make this candy slime! (You might even have them in your kitchen pantry already!)
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Candy Slime Ingredients
How to Make Candy Silly Putty
First, watch our quick 1-minute demo video to see how we made our edible candy slime from leftover Halloween candy. Then keep reading for full step-by-step instructions.
Click to watch video:
Unwrap candy and place in a microwave safe bowl. Heat for 20 seconds, 10 seconds at a time, stirring between. Make sure a grown-up does this step.
Remove from bowl of melted candy from microwave and add powdered sugar and cornstarch to bowl. Stir with a spoon until mixture thickens. Melted candy will be hot, so avoid touching at this point!
When mixture is too thick to stir with a spoon, finish mixing by hand, kneading in your cornstarch/sugar powder until slime no longer sticks to hands. Careful, make sure slime has cooled enough to handle first!
- If slime hardens, simply microwave for a few seconds to soften.
- Play on a non-stick surface, like these silicone baking mats
Safety note: Supervise kids at ALL times when making and playing with this candy slime recipe. This is a thick slime and could pose a choking risk to small children. Adults should handle the microwave steps, as candy will be hot.
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Last updated on February 25th, 2019 at 02:41 pm