A fun edible slime recipe for fall, this Apple Pie Edible Slime uses just a couple of common kitchen ingredients to make a fun scented slime that even the youngest in your crew can play with!
Apple Pie Slime Recipe
A couple of years ago, we created a fun pumpkin seed slime that was goopy and fun, but not at all edible, so I wanted to offer a fun fall slime without glue that even my youngest daycare kids could enjoy. (Why should the big kids have all the fun?)
I would describe this slime as almost like a stretchy clay – it’s a bit tough, but more stretchy than play dough, and it likes to stay together and not break off into a million pieces. It doesn’t make a mess, but it can stick to fingers so just have some extra corn starch on hand to “dust” hands with to make it less sticky.
I threw out this recipe after a good 45 minutes of playing, just because of the amount of finger licking that my 3 year olds indulged in, but if you want to play with it again, I would cover it and store in the fridge, and the reheat for 30 seconds, knead, and repeat as needed to bring it back to the desired consistency. Personally, I consider this a one-time recipe that is perfect for including younger kids.
If you’re looking for the ultimate slime guide – you need to check out our Slime Book with over 40 amazing, unique slimes:
Ingredients for Apple Pie Edible Slime
Scroll down to the printable recipe card for full measurements.
Tip: This slime will continue to stick a bit the more it gets played with so keep additional cornstarch nearby and knead in as needed. (OR coat hands with it.)
Kitchen Tools You May Find Helpful
- Spatula <– I like these spatulas because they are one solid piece and don’t have removable heads for bacteria to get trapped underneath. Plus they are heat-resistant and have a lifetime warranty.
- Cutting board or other clean work surface
- Measuring cups and spoons
How to Make Edible Apple Pie Slime
Place the sweetened condensed milk and 1 Tablespoon of cornstarch in a saucepan over medium heat.
Stir constantly for 5 minutes until the milk takes on a caramel color and starts to thicken.
Remove from heat and fold out onto a cutting board dusting with cornstarch.
When the mixture is cool enough to handle, knead more constarch into it until you achieve a not sticky texture.
Add cinnamon and apple flavoring as desired.
Grab your free printable for our quick and easy edible slime for fall:
A tasty and unique edible slime recipe – this one actually tastes like apple pie candy and you probably have everything you need to make it in your kitchen right now!