Play dough has gluten

hlat

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Most play dough has gluten in it, because it is made from wheat flour.

I am going to try a wheat free, soy free alternative from the company Soy-Yer; this product was featured on the TV show Shark Tank.

_http://www.soy-yer.com/dough.html
Soy-Yer Dough is a gluten-free, non toxic and non allergenic modeling dough safe for all children. It is the leading alternative for children with allergies. Although the exact ingredients are patented and proprietary, we can tell you that Soy-Yer Dough DOES NOT contain Gluten Wheat flour or products, peanuts/tree nuts, milk or dairy products, borax, latex, kerosene, egg or natural fruit/veggie products. Soy-Yer Dough is safe for consumption; however it is not intended to be consumed or eaten by humans or animals. Soy-Yer Dough is non-allergenic, however children and parents who are allergic to corn, rice, soy or canola may have an allergic reaction to Soy-Yer Dough. For those sensitive to soy products, Soy-Yer Dough does offer soy-free dough; please choose this option before placing your items in your cart.

_http://www.hasbro.com/playdoh/en_US/discover/faq.cfm
What are the ingredients in Play-Doh compound?

The exact ingredients of Play-Doh compound are proprietary, so we cannot share them with you. We can tell you that it is primarily a mixture of water, salt and flour. It does NOT contain peanuts, peanut oil, or any milk byproducts. It DOES contain wheat. Play-Doh compound is not a food item and is not intended to be eaten.

Play-Doh compound is non-toxic, non-irritating & non-allergenic except as noted: Children who are allergic to wheat gluten may have an allergic reaction to this product. Also, due to the high salt content in Play-Doh compound, the product can be harmful to pets if ingested.

There is no MSDS sheet required for Play-Doh compound.
 

MusicMan

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Here's one for you:

_http://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/makeanddo/recipes/?page=01&make=3578640

They only add the salt so that the kids won't eat it.

Have fun!
 

Yupo

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I used to make it for the kids and for school projects. I tinted it with watercolors or liquid acrylic paint. Most people use food coloring. Raw sienna and burnt sienna are must-have play-dough colors.
 
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