Homemade Flubber Recipe!

Fun Activities 16 Comments 529 Views August 02, 2017 Jenni
02 Aug. 2017
Comments: 16
Views: 529
By: Jenni

If your little one has been interested in the whole slime craze lately then why don’t you check out how to to make your very own homemade flubber! It takes roughly 20 minutes to make and you only need a few ingredients. Flubber is lots of fun, bouncy and relatively easy to make. Read on for the homemade flubber recipe!

You need:

1.5 cups water

Large microwave-safe measuring cup or bowl

Food colouring or liquid watercolours. *By using food colouring makes it taste safe*

2 Tablespoons of psyllium husk fiber supplement (like Metamucil) – Click on the links to be directed to where you can buy these items.

Method

Add 1.5 cups of water to the large microwave-safe measuring up or bowl and add the food colouring or liquid water colour. Remember to choose your favourite colour! Next add 2 tablespoons of the psyllium husk fiber supplement to the water and stir well. Microwave the mixture for 2.5 minutes and just keep checking on it. If it bubbles over, open the microwave door for a minute then continue. Microwave again in intervals for 1.5 minutes. Then transfer into a plate or bowl and place in the fridge for 15-20 minutes.

If the flubber is too sticky just pop it make into the microwave for a bit longer. Just make sure you keep checking it.

It’s a very simple and fun activity for children to play with. The only part that requires a bit of effort is getting the psyllium husk supplement beforehand.

Benefits of this recipe

This recipe also has many benefits. This recipe is gluten, dairy, soy nut, egg and corn free! As mentioned above this recipe could also be taste safe too if you use food colouring instead of liquid watercolours.

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