FROZEN PAINT COLORS for kids with FLAVOR 🍭 Easy To Make EATABLE Color For Kids, Toddlers, Children

FROZEN PAINT COLORS for kids with FLAVOR 🍭 Easy To Make EATABLE Color For Kids, Toddlers, Children


Hey everyone! Today I’m gonna show you,
how you make flavored frozen paint together with your kids. It’s a great joint activity for you
and your children throughout the whole year – but it’s specially fun when you do it in the summer, and you can paint with it outside. This is what the result of the video will look like. Great colors to play with your kid. The best thing is: You can eat the color. So it’s not dangerous – even smaller toddlers can play with it. Oh, by the way: If you liked the video, please give it a thumbs up or subscribe to my channel so I can make more of them. All right, let’s get it started! This is what you need for your flavored frozen
paint. A muffin pan, which works as your palette. Some whipped cream. You can make it on your
own, but I was too lazy, therefore I bought it in the store. For the video I used a local
product, but when you are watching from the US you can use Cool Whip. You will also need food coloring in different
colors. Just take any colors you like. Flavor. I will use lemon, because it is our
son’s favorite, but of course you can use any other flavor. Something to mix up the whipped cream with
the color and the flavor like finger food sticks. A spoon. And of course some paintbrushes. If you don’t have any paintbrushes you could
also use cotton wool. Start by filling the whipped cream into the
muffin pan. Don’t fill it too full, because you have to mix it with the food coloring
and the flavor in the same container. All right, that looks good. Now add the different colors of the food coloring
to each container— and mix it with the cream whip. Look: A perfect blue. And here comes yellow, green and red. Of course you can use the food coloring to
mix your own colors. Just mix up any colors you like. A great way to teach your children
how color works. Time to add the flavor to the paint. Be cautious
with the flavor, because it very intense. I added three to four drops, but experiment
a little bit on your own. Now you put the muffin pan into the freezer
and wait for round about three hours. And this is how your color looks like, after
it’s frozen. Great! Before you can use the frozen color your have
to wait a little bit until it starts to melt at the top. Now let’s start to draw something with our
frozen color. The frozen paint looks really great and it’s
so much fun to use – for you and your kid! And like I said: You can also draw with cotton
wool, so no paintbrushes needed. All right, now let’s taste the lemon paint.
Mmmmh. Of course, ice-cream tastes better, but this here is more about fun and a great
way to cool you down during hot summer days. That’s all! I really hope you liked the video and had some fun with your kids. If you did, please give the video a thumbs up or subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link in the description below. So, thanks for watching, Bye Bye and don’t forget: Enjoy the time with your kids! See you!

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