Edible Unicorn Slime
Are your kids obsessed with making their own “slime” creations? (Obviously, we can relate.) If so, they’re going to go nuts for this glittery, next-level unicorn version of edible slime. That’s right, it is non-toxic and safe to eat—that said, just because it is edible, doesn’t mean you should eat it (at least, not a lot of it). Considering this edible unicorn slime is largely made up of coconut oil, sugar, and cornstarch, it’s not exactly what we’d recommend as a satisfying, nutritious snack… but we’d definitely recommend it for a fun weekend kitchen project to enjoy with your crafty kiddos. Xanthan gum can be found on the baking aisle in most major supermarkets and has a long shelf life, allowing for plenty of future slime-making potential. Like other slime recipes, you’ll need to keep mixing and kneading until the desired slime texture is reached. If your slime starts to become little dry on the outside and sticky on the inside as it sits, simply give it a give roll in powdered sugar.