Since the Play-Doh you buy at the store contains Gluten, it was not an option for us to use. I went in search of a gluten-free recipe for play dough. I think I have tried every recipe you can find on Pintrest, with many epic fails! I finally found a recipe through my daughter’s early education class.
This is the easiest, and cheapest recipe I have found. It’s also the softest EVER!
Softest Play Dough
1 Part hair conditioner (I used Dove since I know its safe for my daughter, however you can use any kind you find at the Dollar Store)
2 Parts Cornstarch
Mix until combined. Stays fresh in a zip lock bag for about a week.
Grocery shopping on a budget is never easy for any family. Even the basics add up fast for the average family. When you buy eggs, milk, and bread you walk out of the store $20 later.
When you add food allergies to the mix, it can send you to the poor house!
When my husband and I decided to go down to one income so I could stay at home with our daughter, we knew our budget was going to be tight. Our Grocery budget was the one area where I knew we could save!
We have two big food allergies in our house. I am unable to consume any form of gluten, along with my daughter. After countless ear infections, sleepless nights, and an extremely colicky baby my daughter was diagnosed with a milk allergy.
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