35 Awesome DIY Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

21 Chocolate Stretchy Slime

Chocolate Stretchy Slime21. Chocolate Stretchy Slime (via Fun at Home with Kids)

22 Glowing Cupcakes

Glowing Cupcakes22. Glowing Cupcakes: Hey Everyone!! I’m just gonna start out by saying, I am so stinking excited about this recipe! A couple of weeks ago I had a follower e-mail me about a frosting recipe that would glow in the dark. Or I should say almost glow in the dark. Specifically she needed a cupcake recipe that could glow under a black light, but the trouble was that I couldn’t find one on the internet to try, so I decided to try my hand at making one. After a couple of tries I am glad to report that I have figured it out!! Yay! And the secret ingredient that causes it to glow is… Tonic Water! Cool, right? The quinine in the tonic water causes it to glow under a black light for some reason. So, the challenge was to get enough if this into a frosting without making it too bitter or … (via foodsnots)

23 Rock Candy

Rock Candy23. Rock Candy: Rock candy is always a fun favorite of children, and its a fantastic way to disguise a Summer science lesson as a sugary treat! All it takes is a few simple tools, lots of sugar and even more patience! Rock candy ingredients & supplies: Wooden skewers (cut in half), water, sugar, clothespins and (via Happiness is Homemade)

24 Herb and Spice Play Dough

Herb and Spice Play Dough24. Herb and Spice Play Dough: This homemade all-natural herb and spice play dough uses natural ingredients to add scent and colour. (via Craftulate)

25 Jello Sky with Fluffy Clouds

Jello Sky with Fluffy Clouds25. Jello Sky with Fluffy Clouds (via the queen says:)

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