Toddler Valentine Craft: How to Make Milk PaintGive your little ones a happy start with this He'ART toast, the perfect edible Valentine Recipe for toddlers and kids in a highchair. Make syrup and milk paint heart toast. Artsy kids love it! The recipe for how to make milk paint is below. Enjoy!
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|Paint a heart on toast for Valentine's Day.|
So easy, even a baby can paint some in a high chair (perfect toddler activity). It's all edible! Wear an apron or bib to protect your clothes from food the coloring!
To Make Milk Paint Recipe:
2 Tbsp. of Milk per color
Light Karo Syrup
Get creative make chocolate paint, strawberry syrup paint, Nutella paint, the possibilities are endless. Check out the video at the end of this post for amazing art with toast. How to make edible paint.
|Valentine Edible Art Milk Paint Recipe for preschoolers and toddlers.|
|Edible Art: Make Syrup and Milk Paint Heart Toast Valentine Recipe for Arty Kids.|
Mix the "Paint". Add 1-2 drops of food coloring and a splash of syrup. The syrup gives it flavor and adds a nice shine when toasted. Mix well. Let your little ones paint to their heart's desire.
Set your toaster to the lightest setting and insert toast. If it comes out soggy just toast it again. Congrats! You've just made beautiful, edible art. Make some on Valentine's Day to show them how much you care or leave a special message for Santa on Christmas Eve.
Mayhem, age 2.
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