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12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Slime is an extremely popular toy among kids nowadays. It’s colorful, fun, and provides feel-good ASMR tingles (even for adults)!

And because it’s so colorful and gooey, it’s not always the safest toy for younger kids who love to taste test. Luckily, there’s an enormous collection of edible slime recipes that are totally taste-safe. Here are 12 easy and completely edible slime recipes approved for kids of all ages.

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Edible Pudding Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy The Soccer Mom Blog

This recipe calls for just 2 simple ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Pudding mix and cornstarch are all you need to make this great-smelling edible slime.

Edible Jello Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Little Bins for Little Hands

This edible jello slime recipe is super fluffy and vibrant. Sugar-free jello is the secret ingredient for no-stain and dense slime.

Edible Marshmallow Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Little Bins for Little Hands

Marshmallow slime is popular for its fluffy texture. This recipe is 100% taste safe and super easy to make. All you need are marshmallows, oil, and cornstarch. Add a few drops of food coloring or Kool-Aid packets to make colored slime.

Edible Gummy Bear Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Teach Beside Me

I love how Karyn at TeachBesideMe separated out her clear gummy bears for this recipe. It made her floam slime look so cool with all those yummy pearls dispersed throughout. This 2-ingredient recipe is definitely a winner.

Edible Jelly Bean Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Schooling a Monkey

If your kids are fans of jelly beans, this is a must-try recipe. Jelly beans and cornstarch are all you need to make this stretchy edible slime.

Edible Starburst Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Teach Beside Me

Who knew making slime was as easy as Starbursts, cornstarch, and powdered sugar? Have your kids help sort the colors and of course make them wash their hands before sliming!

Edible Laffy Taffy Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Teach Beside Me

Never run out of ideas with leftover Halloween candy. While this recipe is similar to Karyn’s Starburst slime, it definitely packs more color (and flavor). It even reminds me a bit of Willy Wonka!

Edible Chia Toad Egg Slime (That Grows!)

Courtesy Colorful Canary

How cool is this recipe?! Not only is it edible, but it also grows into a chia plant! Arrowroot powder and chia seeds make this by far the coolest edible slime recipe ever.

Edible Sour Patch Kids Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Teach Beside Me

This 1-ingredient edible slime recipe makes the most beautiful rainbow-colored slime. Plus, its tarty goodness will have your kids wanting more!

Edible Sugar-Free Rainbow Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Growing a Jeweled Rose

If the sugar content in the above recipes has you worried about your beauty sleep, try this taste-safe, sugar-free option. This recipe calls for Psyllium husk powder and water. And while it can take on the colors of the rainbow, it won’t be appealing to the little ones, though it’s still taste-safe.

Edible Chocolate Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Teach Beside Me

You can’t have fun without a little chocolate. Condensed milk, chocolate syrup, and cornstarch make this a very yummy slime recipe.

Edible Hot Chocolate Slime

12 Easy and Completely Edible Slime Recipes

Courtesy Midget Momma

Hot chocolate, cornstarch, and milk make this one tasty slime recipe. I love that this particular recipe doesn’t involve any heat so the kids can play with their slime within minutes.


These recipes prove that a little imagination goes a long way, especially when it comes to making slime. As you’ve probably noticed, there are a couple ingredients that are found in almost all recipes, like cornstarch and sugar. Now that you have a basis of what goes into making edible slime, you can formulate your own recipes!

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