Play-Doh with a small roller.
Transform Frosting Into Edible Play-Doh With One Ingredient

There are options when it comes to playing with your food, like making faux Play-Doh with canned frosting. This cheap grocery item needs only a slight adjustment to firm it up.

Powdered sugar adjusts the texture and keeps the product safe for consumption. The mixture will require two to four cups of frosting, so stay patient and mix in increments.

Kids who love sticky slime may prefer less powdered sugar, while those eager to scoop and mold may want a very firm block of frosting to manipulate.

As with traditional Play-Doh, canned frosting doughs are easy to dress up with vibrant food coloring. Best of all, it's a blank canvas for kids to explore with all of their senses.