Home Made Dirt Recipe

Several weeks ago I posted some pictures of my son’s  home made dirt.  You can see them here.

The entire idea came about when my kids were planning their Easter activity.   Here  is the story.

My recipe is the recreation of cloud dough.     I love how it holds its shape when you try to mold it and its velvety to touch.

This recipe makes enough  to fit in a shoe box container.

2 cups all purpose flour

1/4 cup oil

1/4   cup sea salt ( optional)

1 teaspoon  activated charcoal (optional)

Enjoy and have fun!

 

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