Chocolate bunnies are everywhere this time of year. Wouldn’t it be great if you could let your child have a chocolate bunny that wouldn’t rot their teeth? You can if you make my new chocolate play dough recipe and give your child a bunny cookie cutter.
I decided to alter my original play dough recipe to allow my children to create their own chocolate bunnies, or whatever else they wanted. The recipe is easy, but if you would like to see step by step pictures of how I make cooked play dough then check out my pumpkin pie play dough recipe.
My kids thought the play dough smelled great, but didn’t try to eat any of it. It wouldn’t have hurt if they had taken a bite of this play dough. However, I imagine they would have been disappointed to find out it is very salty instead of sweet.
Chocolate Play Dough
1 Cup Flour
1/2 Cup Cocoa Powder
1/2 Cup Salt
2 tsp. Cream of Tartar
1 Cup Water
1 tsp. Vegetable Oil
Just a little tip: If your play dough is ever too dry, just add a little water and knead the dough. Keep repeating this process until it is the desired texture. If your play dough is ever too sticky, add a small amount of flour and knead the play dough. Repeat until the dough isn’t sticky anymore.
My older two children asked me to take a picture of this chocolate house they created while they were trying out the new play dough. They were hoping it would be blog worthy. 🙂