Easter Carrot Playdough Activity For Kids

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Easter Carrot Playdough Activity For Kids

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Playdough is a great activity for you to make in the kitchen with your kids. Playdough is a great activity for when the kids need something quiet to do while you finish cooking dinner. Children love to freely squeeze, stretch, roll, poke and twist playdough. It will inspire them creatively and allow them to mimic your kitchen activities.

We have created this gorgeous Easter Carrot Playdough Activity for kids. This activity makes the perfect little non-edible gift idea for young children. You can buy orange dye or make a mix of red and yellow. We have used piping bags to get that carrot shape, trimmed to size and finished off with a vibrant green ribbon! So. Much. Fun!

The following recipe requires strict adult supervision as boiling water is required.

Makes: 5-6 ‘carrots’ deepening on your piping bag size.

2 cups plain flour
1 cup fine grain salt
4 tbsp cream of tartar
2 tbsp cooking oil
1 1/2 – 2 cups boiling water
food colouring

1. Mix together the flour, salt, cream of tartar and cooking oil in a large bowl.
2. Place a couple of drops of food colouring into the boiling water.
3. Pour 1 1/2 cups of the water in with the other ingredients and mix well. Add more water as required.
4. Place the dough on the bench with a light flour dusting and knead.
5. Divide your playdough into desired portions and place into the piping bags. Tie on the green ribbon and enjoy!

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