http://propprealty.com/?https://propprealty_com/ I have had this recipe tucked away for years, but in all honesty, it has been years since I pulled it out and used it. Since my husband and the older kids are all away for the greater part of today, I thought I would mix up a couple batches for the littles to play with.
http://offsecnewbie.com/2018/05/10/107 This recipe came from my husband’s Aunt. Thanks, Faith! It is a really nice texture. I wanted to share this recipe with photographs so you could get an idea of the process. That way, when the lumps show up, you won’t be concerned that it is flopping.
http://offsecnewbie.com/2018/06/25/oscp-journey-part-4/?share=twitter Let’s gather the ingredients:
Combine in pan:
1 c. flour
1 c. water
1/2 c. salt
2 tsp. cream of tartar
1 Tbl. oil
Food coloring (Don’t be shy here. Be generous with the food coloring to get vibrant colors.)
Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until it is the consistency of mashed potatoes.
Let’s check out the yellow:
Knead until smooth. Kids do this perfectly!
The blue didn’t turn out so good. It needed to cook on the stove longer. We discovered that letting it sit out for a couple hours dried it to the point it became really nice to work with.
Store in a sealed container. We used gallon zip lock bags.