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  1. Wow! We're not really a peanut butter loving family (except hubby!) but this is really cool! :)

    • Danya Banya

      You know what Bek, I reckon you could do it with Nutella too. (But I'm pretending I didn't think that because my Nutella addiction doesn't need to know that is a possibility…)


  2. Ha ha, love Bee's face. Wow this is different, my 2 year old would have a field day eating this :)
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    • Danya Banya

      haha, yeah, she loved it. :)

  3. laughing kids learn

    OH WOW! This looks so delicious and lots of fun. This is on my list of things to do.
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  4. I am so happy to have found this recipe (via pinterest)! I've been making a lot of salt dough with my kiddos lately, but my toddler keeps eating it and I know it's disgusting…so this is the perfect solution. Funny coincidence though, his nickname is Bee. two bees, cute!

    • Danya Banya

      Oh another Bee! Hope he enjoys it!


  5. So awesome! I am most definitely going to give this a try. Just need to get myself some powdered milk and we will be in business. I think this might be the perfect activity for tomorrow.

    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Kylez – hope the kids have fun!!!!

  6. SNKitchen

    I am certain my kids need something like this in their lives…I might need to find a peanut butter substitute but such a great idea. Thank you! Found you via FFF.
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  7. What a brilliant idea! I've pinned this to try with my boys later this week. Thank you for linking up with us for Fabulous Foodie Fridays, see you next week :)

  8. Jules

    is there any way to make "edible dough" without ANY milk or dairy substitutes? My daughter is allergic to milk, soy, almonds and eggs!!!

    • Danya Banya

      Hi Jules. What about using something like baby rice cereal instead of milk powder? Experiment and see! There are also lots of ways to make play dough that is 'safe to taste', but not necessarily all that 'yummy'. An easy (although crumbly and a bit messy) dough is cornflour (aka cornstarch) + any sort of cooking oil. xx

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