Learn how to make edible Pudding slime with only 3 ingredients. It smells amazing while being perfect for sensory play.
Edible Pudding Slime Recipe
This edible slime is super easy to make, fun to play with and taste safe. It calls for just 3 ingredients and comes together fast. Kids love to make this slime and have a blast playing with it.
For another fun activity with the kids, make edible Jello Slime. You can use any flavor you love.
Let’s make this edible pudding slime for an easy DIY to keep the kiddos busy.
How to make pudding slime
This diy starts with 3 simple ingredients. It is very easy to make and combines pudding, water and cornstarch. Everything is combined together until it is a stretchy consistency.
The pudding can be interchanged for any flavor you have in your pantry. Feel free to use what you have on hand. The results will be the same with just a different color.
The entire slime comes together fast and easy.
- 1 box Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix (3.4 oz box)
- 1 ½ cup Cornstarch
- ½ cup Warm Water
How to make edible pudding slime
- Get out a large mixing bowl. Add the pudding mix and ½ of the cornstarch to a mixing bowl and stir until both are combined.
- Then stir in the water. Mix until a slime begins to form from the cornstarch and water.
- Next gradually stir in the remaining cornstarch. Continue to do this until the slime is no longer sticky. You can start mixing it in with a spoon and then you’ll need to use your hands to mix in the cornstarch as the slime thickens.
- Enjoy. Then the slime is ready to play with and enjoy! It is so fun.
How to store slime:
Store pudding slime in the refrigerator inside an airtight container. It will dry out as it stores. Due to this, you may need to stir in more water to add more moisture to the slime once it’s refrigerated.
I would add a little at a time until it is the desired consistency. You do not want to add too much all at once.
How long will homemade slime last?
Since this slime is made with food ingredients, it will not last as long as traditional slime made with glue. It will last longer if you start with clean hands and a clean surface.
After playing with it, remove any dirty spots and discard. If you spot mold on the slime, toss it immediately.
We generally throw the slime away after 1 to 2 uses. This is just a general rule of thumb to be on the safe side. You may get more use out of yours.
What if my pudding slime is sticky?
If the slime is too sticky, add more cornstarch and if the slime is too thick, add more water. Continue to do this until the slime is the consistency that you prefer.
The consistency is different in pudding slime than traditional slime. It does not have the same amount of stretchiness as glue based slimes have. Just keep this in mind when mixing everything together.
Can children eat Pudding slime?
This slime is not made to be eaten but is safe if it is eaten by whoever is playing with it. The idea of this type of slime is to remove the worry of children placing fingers in their mouth with slime.
This non toxic version takes away that concern. It is a great slime activity for toddlers or young children that might be tempted to put slime in their mouths.
- Pudding. You can use any flavor of instant pudding mix and it will make different colors to play with. Chocolate pudding is a fun option because of the yummy Chocolate scent.
- Sprinkles. Add sprinkles to the slime mixture for a burst of color. You can change the sprinkles for various seasons and more.
Kids will have a blast with pudding slime.
Make this fun sensory activity today for an inexpensive and easy DIY. Let the kids choose a pudding flavor for so much fun.
Not only is this fun to make but it’s fun to play with. Get started today and everyone will have a ton of fun.
Print the details for pudding slime:
- 1 box Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix 3.4 oz box
- 1 1/2 cup Cornstarch
- 1/2 cup Warm Water
- Add the pudding mix and ½ of the cornstarch to a mixing bowl and stir until both are combined.
- Then stir in the water until a slime begins to form.
- Next gradually stir in the remaining cornstarch until the slime is not longer sticky. You can start mixing it in with a spoon and then you’ll need to use your hands to mix in the cornstarch as the slime thickens.
- Then the slime is ready to play with and enjoy!