Happy Fun Dough Colored with All Natural Plant Extracts

All natural Happy Fun DoughKids love play dough, and of course you can make your own, but who has the time?  Even when I have made my own natural play dough, we usually end up ruining it by using unnatural food coloring.  Not Happy Fun Dough:  it’s colored with all natural plant extracts.

Happy Fun Dough has a slightly gooey texture compared to commercial Play-Doh, but it is still moldable and shapeable. The big difference between Play-Doh and Happy Fun Dough is the latter’s complete natural ingredients and recyclable metal packaging.  Made from water, flour, salt, cream of tartar, canola oil, and citric acid, Happy Fun Dough is safe and handmade.  It comes in green, natural, brown, orange, pink, and yellow.  Alternately, a gluten-free version made from rice flour is available for parents and children with celiac’s disease, although it is made in the same facility that uses wheat.

My daughter’s first sculpture with her Happy Fun Dough was the Starship Enterprise.  She’s become a Trekkie at seven-years-old, and Happy Fun Dough inspired her imagination.  Now she can “Squish.  Roll.  Shape.  Repeat.”  Maybe she’ll make a Klingon next.

Comments

  1. Canola oil is not a safe oil. It’s an industrial oil.

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2002/08/14/con-ola1.aspx

  2. Great post! I’ve been very interested in Plant for a long time.  I didn’t know that Natural Plant

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