13 Edible Paint Recipes for Babies, Toddlers and Big Kids Too!

13 DIY Edible Paint Recipes for Babies Toddlers and Big Kids from LalymomWe recently had a super fun crafty painting playdate with some friends where we did some painting with kids ranging from 18 months old to 5 years old. We used one fun ingredient for the paint and all the kids could participate because it was totally safe to eat.

I thought it would be fun to round up a bunch of fun and easy recipes for DIY Edible Paints for kids! You probably have ingredients for most of these recipes in your house already and if not, they are available at any grocery store!

With 13 to choose from you could try a new one every month for over a year! Not bad! Note that these paints range from recipes that are safe to taste if your child decides to put some in his or her mouth, to ones that taste or smell yummy and have to potential to be gobbled up as the painting goes on. They all offer a safe, fun painting experience but you will have to decide which type you prefer!

Click the title of each paint recipe below to get the recipe and tutorial!

Toddler Safe Edible Paint Using Chocolate on Lalymom

Painting With Chocolate from our very own crafty playdate

13 Edible Paint Recipes Safe for Babies Toddlers and Kids on Lalymom

Jello Pudding Paint from Craftulate

Two Ingredient Milk Paint from Learn Play Imagine

Homemade Colored Finger Paint from the Imagination Tree

13 Baby Safe Edible Paint Recipes on Lalymom

Homemade Squeeze Bottle Paint from Powerful Mothering

Edible Paint for Babies with Real Fruit from Hands On As We Grow

Scented Edible Paint from Fun at Home with Kids

How to Make Toddler Safe Paint that you Can Eat on Lalymom

Edible Finger Paint from Teach Preschool

Squeezable Homemade Paint from I Can Teach My Child

DIY Edible Paints from Paging Fun Mums

Frozen Edible Paints from So Says Sarah

Edible Apple Paints from Blog Me Mom

Homemade Edible Finger Paints for Babies and Toddlers from Play Create Explore

Have you made an edible paint recipe to use with your baby, toddler or big kid? I'd love to hear about it! Share in the comments below or on my facebook page!

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