Butter Slime gets its name from its buttery texture. Some make it yellow in colour as a play on the name. One of the things I like about butter slime is that most recipes don’t stick. As a mom, this is a big selling point!I thought it might be helpful for those who are looking to try this kind of sensory fun if I put together a list of the best recipes out there for this type of slime. If you’re feeling really ambitious, you may even want to make several of the recipes and see which one is your favourite.
If you’re new to this kind of thing, check out our Complete Guide to Making Slime for tips and tricks to help you get the best results possible. That can also help you troubleshoot if you run into any issues.
- Adults should always handle the ingredients as there may be chemicals.
- Adult supervision should be used both when making or playing with any sensory recipe.
- Do not lick or eat the slime or any of the ingredients.
- Always wash hands before and after play.
- Those with skin sensitivity should wear gloves and long sleeves when playing with their slime and if a rash or skin irritation develops, discontinue play immediately.
- When not in play, store properly in an airtight container.
Now that you’re armed with ideas to make this smooth, stretchy slime, you’ll have to give it a try and see what you think!