Two Ingredient Taste Safe Finger Paint

Looking for an easy to make recipe for taste safe finger paints for your baby or toddler? Check out this recipe that only requires two ingredients.

Homemade edible finger paints for babies and toddlers is a fun and easy sensory and art activity for little ones who are still exploring their world with their mouths. It’s also a great way to introduce colours and painting for toddlers.

Looking for other fun taste safe painting activities for check out this easy edible paint recipe. If you cannot handle the mess but still want to paint with your baby or toddler check out these mess free ideas!

Here’s How to Make 2 Ingredient Taste Safe Finger Paints

Step 1

Pour 2 cups of whipping cream into a mixing bowl and use a hand blender to whip it up into a mound of soft whip cream.

Step 2

Use a spoon to scoop out a few dollops into each section of a muffin tin. Add a drop of food colouring to each section and mix until the colour is evenly distributed.

Time to Paint

I did this activity with my twin 15 month olds, so in order to reduce the mess I put them into their highchairs and put full sleeved bids on them. I would also recommend covering the seat of your highchair with a plastic bag so that it does not stain.

If you want to be able to save your little one’s masterpiece tape a sheet of paper to the highchair tray.

Stick corks into the paints and show your little one how to use pick them up and use them to stamp on the paper or directly onto their highchair tray.

Such a Fun Activity

This was the first time my twins have painted so they were a little hesitant at first. But they very quickly go into it and loved stamping and mixing the colours with their fingers.

Of course some of the paint went into their mouths which was fine although I did not encourage it.

We will definitely be doing this again!


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