Thursday, August 20, 2009

Eating playdoh

The other day we invited a friend over to make "eating playdoh" - one of the most delicious snacks in our cooking library. I'll include the recipe below. It involves a lot of stickiness and sweetness. And since it is a project that both makes a fine mess and tastes great, it has all the ingredients that go into making a very fun time.
"Are you SURE 6 month olds can't have M&Ms?"
"Can I fit anymore M&Ms into this lump of playdoh?"
The best part of this playdoh isn't that you can play with it; it's that you can EAT IT!
Please note that ALL 3 kids were captured with hands in their mouths. Excellent photography! And if I seem to be 9 feet tall, it's because I'm standing on a bench behind Martha!
2 c peanut butter
6 Tbsp honey
nonfat dry milk
edible treats: M&Ms, raisins, etc.
Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix, adding enough milk to reach consistency of bread dough. Shape, decorate with edible treats, EAT!

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