Looking for a delicious and unique slime recipe? Look no further than Pudding Slime! Our Pudding Slime is made with just 3 ingredients and produces a slime that is thick, creamy, and oh-so-satisfying to play with. Plus, it smells amazing! You can totally customize this kid safe slime recipe by changing up the flavor of pudding that you use!
Do your kids love playing with slime? I have the perfect slime for you! Pudding Slime is made with real pudding and is super soft and stretchy. It’s also non-toxic and taste safe, so it’s perfect for kids of all ages.
This edible slime is sure to put a smile on your kid’s face. It’s fun to play with and easy to store. It can be made in a variety of colors and flavors so you can mix and match to create your own unique slime masterpiece.
Made with safe slime ingredients pudding slime is one of our favorites to make for younger children. Made with edible ingredients this slime is so much fun to make and play with. Any time I make this edible slime with younger kids they always have a blast!
Edible Slime Recipes
What if my pudding slime is sticky?
While making pudding slime is easy by following the recipe, it is not an exact science. Sometimes, the slime is too dry adn you need to add a little water. Sometimes it is too sticky. If the pudding slime is too sticky, you need to add some cornstarch. Add the cornstarch slowly to the slime. You don’t want to add too much, too fast because you might make the slime go from sticky to dry. Be sure to work the slime for about 3 minutes between adding cornstarch to make sure it is worked in all the way.
How do I make my slime stretchier?
Depending on the consistency your kids like their slime you can adjust things with this recipe and add more or less cornstarch. If you want a stretchier pudding slime then add less cornstarch.
Is it really edible?
Technically the pudding slime is edible but I don’t consider it something to eat. It is taste safe, so that kids will not get sick when they sneak a taste. But it isn’t a snack. It is something that you can hand the kids and let them play with and not worry that they will get sick after they lick their fingers as kids do.
Not only is it not designed as a snack, but it also isn’t going to taste good either. So kids might sneak a lick, randomly put their hands in their mouth, but it isn’t going to be hard to convince the kids not to eat it.
How Long Does Pudding Slime Last?
Pudding slime isn’t like traditional slime that is made with glue and starch or other ingredients. It is made with food ingredients, which is great for making it taste safe, but not for making itself stable like other glues. It will not last as long as other slimes. I have found that pudding slime will last about 2 to 3 playtimes, as long as it is stored right and little hands are clean. Another key to making the pudding slime last is to make sure that it is clean. I make sure that the table space is clean and that the kids have washed their hands. As pieces get dirty or hit the floor, I throw them out immediately.
How to Store Pudding Slime
First, place the slime in an airtight container when the kids are not playing in it. Then keep it in the refrigerator. If the slime seems a little dry when the kids go to play with it for the 2nd or third time, just add a little water to refresh it. If there are any signs of mold throw the slime out and make a new batch.
What type of pudding do I need for this Edible Pudding Slime Recipe?
Any flavor instant pudding mix will work for this pudding slime recipe. You can use chocolate pudding to make chocolate pudding slime, vanilla pudding to make vanilla pudding slime, and other flavored pudding like banana pudding (which smells amazing), and even pumpkin pudding to make pumpkin pudding slime.
Pudding Slime Supplies
- 1 cup Pudding Mix (I used Sonic Strawberry)
- 2 cups of Cornstarch
- 2/3 cup of Water
- Pink Food Coloring, optional
Supplies Needed to make Pudding Slime
- mixing Bowl
- Measuring Spoons and Cups
- Mixing spoon
How to Make Pudding Slime
In a mixing bowl add the pudding mix and corn starch and mix well to combine with a spoon.
Slowly add the water into the pudding mix and cornstarch one cup of water at a time.
Add in the food coloring and mix with the spoon and your hands.
Use your hands to mix pudding slime completely and get the colors even through out.
Now enjoy playing and having fun!
Easy Slime Recipes
- Sand Slime
- Color Changing Slime
- Glitter Glue Slime
- Galaxy Slime
- Glow in the dark slime
- Dinosaur slime
- Floam Slime
- 1 Cup Pudding Mix (I used Sonic Strawberry)
- 2 Cup Cornstarch
- 2/3 Cup Water
- Pink Food Coloring - Optional
- Measuring Spoons and Cups
- In a mixing bowl add the pudding mix and corn starch and mix well to combine with a spoon.
- Slowly add the water into the pudding mix and cornstarch one cup of water at a time.
- Add in the food coloring and mix with the spoon and your hands.
- Use your hands to mix pudding slime completely and get the colors even through out.
- Now enjoy playing and having fun!