Here’s a wonderfully easy Peeps Edible Puffy Paint Recipe you can make in just minutes. This homemade paint is fluffy and soft and comes in gorgeous pastel colours perfect for Spring and Summer art. The kids will have a finger licking good time getting creative with this fun and delicious sensory painting idea!
Although we’ve made this Peeps Edible Puffy Paint Recipe for Easter and have a cute free Easter printable colouring sheet, you can of course enjoy this homemade puffy paint all year round.
Regular readers will know how much we enjoy edible art and play experiences. It’s always fun to add an extra sensory element to children’s creative play isn’t it? Peeps Edible Puffy Paint is going onto our list of favourites along with Rainbow Bread Painting, Edible Finger Paints, Edible Sensory Balls and Peeps Taste Safe Play Dough. Why not pin them to come back to later. Click on each photo to go straight to the recipes.
Homemade Paint – Peeps Edible Puffy Paint Recipe
This is one of the easiest puffy paint recipes around. It is however microwave puffy paint so please make sure that all the paint is at a safe temperature before letting children play and create with it.
Supplies To Make Edible Puffy Paint
- Marshmallow Peeps
- Microwave Safe Bowl
- Popsicle Stick
- Free Printable Easter Colouring Sheet (available at the bottom of this post.)
How To Make Peeps Edible Microwave Puffy Paint
1 – It’s super easy to make your Peeps Edible Puffy Paint. We’d recommend making just one colour at a time as your need it. Start by putting a Peep Marshmallow Candy into a microwave safe bowl and cooking it for just 10 seconds. The Peep should expand and puff up to double its size. (Be careful it may be hot!)
2 – Use the popsicle stick to stir the heated Peeps candy. You should be able to blend it all together easily but if the marshmallow hasn’t fully melted pop it back into the microwave for 5 seconds.
3 – Your Peeps edible puffy paint is ready when it’s mixed to a smooth and tacky consistency and it’s a safe temperature to touch. Children can paint with a brush or their fingers for an extra sensory element. It’s perfect for decorating our free Easter printable colouring sheet. (Grab yours below.)
4 – As the Peeps Puffy Paint cools down it will begin to set and get tricky to paint with. Simply pop it back into the microwave for five seconds to re-soften it. (Remember to make sure it’s at a safe temperature before offering it to the children.)
5 – When you’re ready for a second puffy paint colour repeat steps 1-4.
I’m sure your children will have loads of fun creating with and no doubt having a sneaky taste of this Peeps Edible Puffy Paint recipe! What fun for Spring!