How to Make Edible Candy Slime from Gummy Bears

As cool moms we are always on the search for awesome activities for our kids. This one is a food-tivity because it is slime that you can play with but that you can also eat! This requires using heat so older children need to be supervised and you can make it for younger children. It is not a healthy food but it is a fun food so maybe let your kids know that they can take a taste or two but you don’t want them eating this whole thing of slime. Think ahead about sorting your gummy bears by color so you can make different colors of slime! This is sure to please your little ones. Here is how to make Edible Gummy Bear Slime.

How to Make Edible Candy Slime from Gummy Bears

You will need:

  • 1 cup gummy bears
  • 2 teaspoons corn starch
  • 2 teaspoon powdered sugar

How to Make

1. Take 1 Cup of Gummy Bears and place them in a microwave safe bowl.
2. Microwave Gummy Bears for roughly 25-35 seconds in order to break down the texture and stir. (May need to do additional seconds depending on wattage of microwave)
3. Add 2 Teaspoons of Corn Starch and 2 Teaspoons of Powdered Sugar.
4. Mix together and knead ingredients until throughly mixed. (Be careful nnot to burn yourself.)
5. Congratulations you now have completely Edible Gummy Bear Slime!

TIP: You can also turn this into more of a Playdough mixture by doubling the Teaspoon amounts of Corn Starch and Powdered Sugar.

Isn’t it cool! I know that you are going to have lots of fun making this edible gummy bear slime with your kids.

Special thanks to Jeannine at Little Bunny Lane Blog for this fun post!

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21 thoughts on “How to Make Edible Candy Slime from Gummy Bears

  1. Oh my gosh my nieces and nephews would absolutely love this. Reminds me of the nickelodeon slime but obviously you can eat this – even better!

  2. Oh, my goodness, this looks like so much fun! I’m pretty sure my kids are too young to control themselves with this right now, I can just see all of the slime disappearing into their mouths. I’ll definitely keep this in mind for when they are just a bit older!

  3. this is definitely a must-try DIY for when my friends come over. Its so easy with the kitchen staple cornstarch…Thanks for sharing

  4. My Son is going to love this! I will have to pick up some Gummy Bears today so we can make some this week.

  5. I have never seen anyone do this before, but it looks really interesting! Also a great DIY project for Halloween perhaps! Thanks for the great tip!

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