Coffee Play-doh

Coffee Play dough 

1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1 cup used coffee grounds
1/2 cup cool coffee (more or less depending on how wet/dry the grounds are)
This dough produces a wonderful texture and smell.  Yum! 
Making Pizza
Making Prints
Shells and dough

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8 Responses to Coffee Play-doh

  1. I love that you ladies have a Pinterest account! I missed this one before—-we’re definitely trying it! Did you try letting the play dough dry out like clay to preserve the prints, by any chance?

  2. Leland Yoder says:

    One word of caution . . . you may want to make sure you use decaf coffee, as caffeine can be absorbed through the skin. Not that it’s too dangerous, but . . . ! :)

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  4. TERRI BURTON says:

    this is my first time here,and i am wanting to make dirt looking play-dough for my sunday school class,the story is when jesus made dirt to make a blind man see. thank you for this fun recipe.

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