Here is a great and easy edible paint recipe that is baby and toddler approved. They will love it! And guess what? It’s not just for babies and toddlers, but you can make edible paint for kids of all ages. I’ll be older ones will also enjoy painting and eating at the same time. So take a look on how we made edible paint and how we made art with it.
In this post, you will see how to make edible paint for babies and toddlers. They will have so much fun fingerprinting or stamping without worrying about them eating the paint. This edible paint for kids is awesome, so much fun to use and delicious!
Homemade Edible Paint Recipe
- 2 cups of Greek yogurt (full fat), divided into 4 parts
- natural food coloring in assorted colors
- marshmallows in different shapes (holiday, gingerbread man, snowman) or paintbrushes
- 4 spoons
- trays or bowls
- large construction paper
To make this awesome and simple edible paint for kids, split the Greek yogurt into four 1/2-cup dollops on trays or bowls. Add drops of different natural food coloring to each dollop and mis well with the spoons. Make the colors as light or as bright as you want them to be. That’s it! Your edible paint is ready to be used! It will taste great, but if you want, you can add a drop of lego essential oil or lavender. One drop will do for the entire 2 cups of Greek yogurt.
We invited our little toddler neighbor to come play with our homemade edible paint. He used the snowman, the star and the gingerbread man marshmallows to dip in the edible paint and stamp his construction paper. He liked to create his own art, too. This really is one of the most fun edible paint for toddlers that we’ve used so far. It didn’t take him long to figure out that he could eat both the paint (yogurt) and the stamps (marshmallows)!
Once we were done, we left some marshmallows on the construction paper and let it dry for a few hours. The marshmallows stuck to the construction paper and the kids had a beautiful and creative work of art.
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