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Sunday

Gluten Free PLAY DOUGH

Since the name brand commercial play dough is not gluten free here is a recipe to help keep kids creativity flowing without getting them sick. With use this will last quite some time!

This is one batch, repeat one batch for each color. I like potato starch best, but most any light colored starch or flour will work well -- also a great way to use up those tiny amounts of various flours you have in bags in your baking cupboard.

Food coloring options: powdered drink mix, powdered gelatin dessert mix, etc. MORE color leads to brighter playing dough.

Pressed for time? Time boiling the water first then adding it the ingredients and mix well.

1 cup Flour
1/2 cup Salt
1 cup Water
1/2 Tablespoon Vegetable Oil
1 Tablespoon Cream of tartar
Food coloring

Mix ALL of the ingredients in a large saucepan.

Cook over medium low heat, until the dough comes away from the edges of the pan and it is tough to mix.

Remove from heat.

Cool until it can be handled.

Place on counter and cover in plastic wrap (or wax paper) then knead dough a few times.

Store in an air tight container or zip top bag.


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Friday

Snowy Days are Made for Baking


Try out our cookbook
, there are so many wonderful recipes, including a version of those snack cakes that sound like Winkies -- I call 'em Canoes, but they taste so good! Buy it Today!

Other recipes that are fun to make:
Rainbow Cookies -- gluten free (w/ dairy free options)

Italian Style Cheesecake

Chocolate Chip Cookies

or bake a pie: Everything Pie Pastry Crust