Another taste safe or edible slime with our edible chocolate slime recipe! Chocolatey goodness the kids will go crazy about and it’s completely borax free too! We want to make sure every kid has the chance to experience making homemade slime. If our traditional slime recipes aren’t right for you or if you want to try a little something different, we now have a wide variety of slime recipe possibilities to choose from including new edible slime ideas.
EDIBLE CHOCOLATE SLIME RECIPE FOR KIDS!
Our edible chocolate slime is like every kid’s dream of being in a Willy Wonka movie! If you are into candy chemistry and science, this is a fun activity to add to your day! We also have a chocolate scented slime with our traditional slime recipes.
My expertise is in our regular slimes including our 4 basic slime recipes and all their seasonal variations. These homemade slime recipes include fluffy slime, saline solution slime, liquid starch slime, and borax slime.
We love making slime and really make it with a passion. I also am dedicated to helping you achieve the best slime ever for your kids who also love to make slime.
All of our basic slime recipes we have made over and over again for years, so I know everything about them! Make sure to just ask if you have questions. We are here to help!
Why would you want to know how to make edible slime recipes?
There’s a bunch of great reasons to make edible homemade slime with kids!
These ingredients will be listed as borax, sodium borate, and boric acid. Maybe you just don’t want to use or can’t use these ingredients!
AWESOME EDIBLE SLIME RECIPES
For these new edible slime recipes, I wanted to call in a homemade edible slime expert to help us out and find the best taste safe slime recipes possible for you. These recipes were especially created for me by a friend, so I can keep experimenting with our non edible slimes.
You won’t want to miss these edible or taste slimes too:
LET’S MAKE A FUDGEY CHOCOLATE EDIBLE SLIME RECIPE WITH THE KIDS!
Let’s read what my friend Jennifer (Sugar * Spice and Glitter) writes about this cool edible chocolate slime recipe.
My daughter always gets excited when she sees those big slabs of fudge at country stores, but whenever we buy one she tends to take a small nibble and then get bored of it just as quickly as it fascinated. (And ordinarily, I’d be fine with her not consuming a giant hunk of chocolate – but after shelling out $8-12 for those homemade fudges, it pains me to see it thrown out.)
This edible chocolate slime recipe still holds that same excitement and fascination as those giant chunks of country-style fudge but it’s fascination is of the playing kind!
It’s stretchy, squishy and smells amazing – and it even tastes pretty decent, too! It’s completely edible and safe to consume, so you can include even your youngest sensory seekers.
And bonus: it costs a fraction of what those slabs of fudge do. All you need is a can of sweetened condensed milk, some cornstarch and a chocolate bar. (Feel free to use leftover holiday candy, or a candy bar that your child started and got bored of!)
(Of course, if your child ends up craving real fudge after playing with this delicious-smelling slime, check out our easy no-cook fudge recipe that the kids can help make.)
FUDGE EDIBLE SLIME RECIPE SUPPLIES
1-14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
1 bar chocolate of choice
1 tablespoon cocoa powder, optional (for color)
1/3 to 1/2 cup cornstarch, as needed
FUDGE EDIBLE SLIME RECIPE STEPS/PROCESS
Check out the pictures and see the steps below for this cooked fudge edible slime recipe and slime dough play idea. If you have kids who love to cook in the kitchen, this slime recipe idea will be loads of fun.
First place sweetened condensed milk in a saucepan along with the chocolate and 1/3 of a cup of cornstarch.
Next cook over medium heat until mixture is fully incorporated.
You can then add additional cocoa, as desired, for color!
The mixture will start to stick together and form a ball – add more cornstarch as needed to reduce the stickiness. Make sure not to exceed the 2/3 cup of cornstarch.
Let the mixture cool until comfortable to touch and then you can knead it until t’s an uniform texture.
Play – stretch – and squish!
The slime will eventually harden after cooling, but it can be reheated in the microwave for 25-45 seconds. Then you can re-knead it back into slime dough.
EDIBLE SLIME NOTE
I always like to mention that each of these edible slime recipes including this fudge edible slime recipe, have a unique texture and are totally safe and non-toxic to play with even with young kids.
However, because they do not use the same chemicals of our more traditional slimes, you don’t get the same rubbery texture. You still get a very cool texture but it’s hard to mimic traditional slimes with these newer edible slimes.
Some of our edible slime recipes are also like slime doughs. Not quite slime and not quite play dough, but they all provide an amazing sensory experience for young kids and even the adults. Get a little messy, and get your hands in their too!
SUPER COOL HOMEMADE FUDGE EDIBLE CHOCOLATE SLIME RECIPE
We hope you have a blast experimenting with your own fudge slime this year!
Sarah and Liam
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