Who hasn't eaten that colorful, salty, dough for playing?
If you have little ones at home, or if you were a kid within the last 60 years, then you're no doubt familiar with this toy.
Originally created for use in cleaning wallpaper in the 1930s, it was re-purposed for use as a modeling clay in the 50s. Sales for it are still strong with Hasbro.
Since children routinely eat the name brand Play-Doh, I found it interesting to discover this gluten-free version that you can make at home, easily and with (4) ingredients:
- Baking Soda
- Corn Starch
- Food Coloring