DIY Slime 3 Ways
By Cooking Panda
1) Add glue, food coloring and Foam Slime Ballz to a large bowl. Mix together.
2) Once mixed, add baking soda and contact solution. Stir until you get a slime consistency.
3) Remove slime from bowl and have fun! If for some reason slime sticks, add a few drops of baby oil until it unsticks.
1) In a large bowl mix together 2 cups of water and clear glue. Add several drops of food coloring.
2) In another bowl, mix together 2 cups of water and borax.
3) Add borax mixture to glue mixture and stir. Add glitter and continue stirring until a slime consistency is reached.
4) Remove from bowl and have fun!
1) Add glue to a large bowl. Stir in food coloring and glitter.
2) Stir in shaving cream and contact solution. Mix well until no longer sticky. Knead slime until it reaches a fluffy consistency.
3) Remove from bowl and have fun!Tags: Crafts, DIY, Gitter, Slime
Food Science: Slime
By Cooking Panda
On this week’s episode of Food Science we’re learning all about viscosity! What’s something that’s viscous? Slime! Use Starburst to create edible slime by changing the viscosity. You’ll also learn how to make normal slime, so you can live out everyone’s childhood dream of being slimed, à la Nickelodeon.
1) Add water to a pot and bring to a rolling boil. Lower to a light boil.
2) Place unwrapped Starburst in a heat-safe bowl. Place bowl on top of the pot of boiling water, to create a double boiler. Stir Starburst until they melt.
3) Cover a clean working surface with powdered sugar. Once melted Starburst are cool enough to touch, place on powdered sugar and begin molding. Have fun playing around!
1) In a large bucket, add JELL-O packet, half of the flour and half of the water. Stir to combine.
2) Add the rest of the flour, water, dish soap and food dye. Whisk to combine.
3) Your slime is ready to go! Make sure you’re pouring it in an area that you don’t mind cleaning up. Have fun!Tags: food science, recipes, Slime, Starburst