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Edible peeps play dough

First start by melting the peep in our microwave. (this in itself is fun to watch. The peeps expand!)
The slowly mix in flour (I mixed in about 1/4 cup then mix and did that about 3 times for 5peeps)
If to sticky add a little bit of oil. 
Mix till dough is formed 
Note~ I added some blue food coloring as the blue peeps once microwaved become a dark color
If you look close at the dough you can see the peeps eyes, it became a game to my daughter to find all the eyes.


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