Chocolate Slime

My kids LOVE SLIME! Absolutely love it, they go crazy when they see it and it keeps them entertained all day. Imagine if you spent some time making it? Thanks to many, many and many more YouTube videos my kids and I have been able to recreate slime for ourselves. The fun they will have! If your kids are into slime, I would purchase the gallon size Elmer’s glue. This will allow you to make multiple batches, and to keep around for when the next great slime recipe comes to your attention!

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Chocolate Slime
Yummy smelling slime, do NOT EAT! it is solely for playing purposes
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Recipe Notes

-2/3 cup of Elmer’s White Glue

-1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda

-1/4 cup water

-3 cups of Shaving Cream (make sure it is shaving cream)

-1.5 Tbsps. Contact Lens Solution side note: I know first hand that this stuff is not cheap! Therefore, I make sure I oversee the measuring of this part. The contact solution must have Boric Acid and Sodium Borate. Equate is a great choice, it has the right ingredients and is not as expensive as other brands.

-1 tbsp. cocoa powder

Place glue in a bowl then add water and baking soda then mix. Next add shaving cream and mix. Now add the cocoa powder and mix. Slowly add contact solution, knead like you would dough, this part can take up to 5 minutes continue to add solution. While doing this my son and I figured out that it is a very messy job! It is very sticky was stuck to our hands and the counter tops. If the mixture just isn’t turning into slime, it may be because of the contact solution that you are using.

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