Homemade Rainbow Snow Recipe

Yesterday, our family colored pasta.  You can read it here.

As I was sorting out pastas that are odd in shape,  I asked my daughter …

Me: what should I do with these?  I would hate to throw them away.

Daughter: mommy, can you make rainbow dirt?  You know,  just  like  the dirt you made for my brother.

Me: I guess I can do that.

Daughter: mommy, this doesn’t look like dirt, it’s too pretty!

Me: okay, then what should we call it?

Daughter:  Ummmmm, Rainbow Snow!

Me:  Okay, Rainbow Snow it is!

Just then my son joins us and yells, “mommy, you made more dirt?!”


3 cups flour

1 cup vegetable oil

1 1/2 cup colored pasta

I tried to take pictures but kids did not want to stop playing.

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