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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Peanut Butter Dough

(photo courtesy of Wikipedia)


My niece made this play dough with the children she stays with. She said they had a great time with it, and it was a fun snack too.

You will need:

1 cup peanut butter
2/3 to 1 cup nonfat dry milk
2 tablespoons of honey

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Add enough powdered milk to make the mixture dry enough to handle. Shape into balls and enjoy. Don't worry if they would like a taste. It's all edible.

Good luck.

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Myrnie said...

Mmm...sub out some or all of the powdered milk for powdered sugar, and these make GREAT chocolate-dipped peanut butter balls :) They were my sister's holiday specialty for years! (I'm not sure I could be trusted around this dough, though. Yummy!)

The Activity Mom said...


Mozi Esme said...

These look like such fun!

Anonymous said...

I think sunflower seed butter could be used instead of peanut butter for those with allergies. A little more dry milk will probably need to be added since it is a bit runnier than peanut butter, but still yummy and super fun!

Preschool Playbook said...

Dear Once Upon a Parent, Thanks so much for the idea of using sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter. I must admit I didn't even know they had such a thing.

Chels said...

Thank you for sharing good things. I have 2 of your links on a post on my blog about Fun Kid Recipes:
We tried your salt Dough Creations and baked them and they turned out great!! Thanks, Chels