Fun! Creative and only two ingredients make this DIY a keeper to entertain your kids during the summer, school break or a visit to the grandparents.
What grandma wouldn’t love a new twist on the tea party by switching things up and hosting an interactive ice cream party with their grandkids (hint: include the ice cream bowl party set with the kids when they leave to visit the grandparents.) Add two ingredients plus the cute bowls and let the ice cream party begin!
Ice Cream Play Doh Recipe
- Frosting (any flavor or color you choose) either store bought or homemade
- Powdered Sugar
- Sprinkles optional
- Ice cream cone or waffle cones or ice cream cones or bowls
How To Make Play Doh Ice Cream
Attach the dough hook to your mixer. Mix until the soon to be ice cream dough is well combined. As you mix you will notice the consistency of the mix will resemble just like when you mix ice cream.
If your mix still feels sticky to the touch, slowly add powdered sugar 2 tablespoons at a time until it can be picked up without sticking to your hands. If your mix is too dry and crumbly add a small amount of olive oil and your problem is solved!
Goal: To be able to pick up the dough without the dough sticking to your hands!
If your ice cream dough mixture is either too dry or too crumbly simply add a dash of olive oil to firm up the dough and let the happy ice cream cone assembly begin!
Decorating Ideas Play Doh Ice Cream Shop
Bring out your sprinkles, jimmies and cake decorating doo dads to decorate the ice cream cones or bowls. I love these little bowls and scoops for the kids to make their own play doh ice cream shop. Too cute!
The ice cream playdough is edible so no worries about licking the fingers during making the playdough. The playdough is edible but sugar alert as well; we use this as a fun DIY and make an ice cream bar to make an event out of the DIY.
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