For our sensory this month the theme was edible dough and I’ve been wanting to make this peanut butter playdough for a little while now! It is actually super easy to make.
As always catch up on our taste safe sensory doughs here.
Ingredients for peanut butter playdough:
- 1/2 cup smooth peanut butter
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 2 tablespoons honey (honey should not be given to children under age 1)
Mix the honey and peanut butter together in a bowl then add 1/2 cup of powdered sugar and mix add the rest of the powdered sugar and mix. There you have it! Peanut Butter Playdough!
If your mix comes out too dry add a little bit of olive oil to make it more rollable.
Roll out the peanut butter playdough and play with as usual!
Two of my children still like to taste their sensory play items and this one made a lovely surprise for them! I think they were nibbling on this playdough more than they were playing with it!
I went with a free play idea and gave some number stamps. Before I knew it the kids were eating numbers.. hehe!
As far as playdough preference goes I love this peanut butter playdough and its consistency. The recipe makes a good size ball of playdough to play with and is edible which appeals to my kids who are younger or have sensory seeking needs.
The recipe will most likely last 2 or 3 days since it is all fresh ingredients and the children are handling it with their hands.
This recipe is in my top choice for an edible playdough.
More super awesome edible playdough recipes!
- Edible Jelly Bean Playdough | Lemon Lime Adventures
- Edible Chocolate Play Dough | Preschool Powol Packets
- Edible Ice Cream Dough | Natural Beach Living
- Roti Dough | In The Playroom
- Edible Cream Cheese Playdough | Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tail
- Edible Golden Syrup Dough | Peakle Pie
- Edible Birthday Cake Dough | The Life of Jennifer Dawn
- Edible Ice Cream Dough | Sugar Spice & Glitter
- Edible Frozen Dough | Squiggles and Bubbles