Were you a Goosebumps fan when you we’re growing up? I know my siblings and I were. We would always stay up late and watch the shows, getting scared before going to bed. Based on the best selling book series by R.L Stine. Did you know that Goosebumps 2 was released to Blu-Ray & DVD today? You can go order a copy on Amazon.
About Goosebumps 2
Be careful what you wish for. With their after school junk business, best friends, Sonny and Sam hope to find treasure in other people’s trash. But when cleaning out the old Stine house, they open a locked book that frees a supernatural nightmare, Slappy. Now, with the help of Sonny’s sister, Sarah. They’re in a race against time to get the sinister dummy and all the creatures he’s brought to life, back into the pages before he unleashes total pandemonium!
Hailey and I can’t wait to have a movie night with junk food and watch Goosebump 2. We will come back and add our review of the movie. In the meantime, check out this Goosebumps inspired DIY project, edible gummy bear slime. My kids totally love making slime, two years ago we made slime! It’s super fun & you can actually EAT IT!
What you need to make edible gummy bear slime:
- 1 cup of gummy bears
- 1/3 cup corn starch
- 1/3 cup powder sugar
- 1 teaspoon of coconut oil
Place 1 cup of gummy bears into a microwave-safe bowl.
Combine 1/3 cup corn starch and 1/3 cup powder sugar into a bowl. Put on 10 seconds, stop and try again until it’s melted.
Mix a little bit of dry mixture into the melted gummy bears, until you get the right texture.
Add some oil or corn starch to your hands before you pick it up and start stretching it.
You can add just one color of gummy bears, to get one color and then mix it together. Your choice… Afterwards, you can eat what you make. It actually tasted like a gummy bear, which was weird, but very awesome. The first bath I made, I didn’t put any oil on my hands and it was stuck to my hands, lol. NAILED IT!
Have you seen Goosebumps 2? Have you ever had edible gummy bear slime?
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I love the slime recipe. So much fun.
The slime looks so easy to make and like it would be a lot of (delicious) fun.
Well honestly I might not do with the grandkids . About the slime . They may see something else that looks like this and eat it by mistake. They love Goosebumps tho.
Looks messy and fun
It looks worth trying. My kids love this stuff.
My nephew would get a kick out of this slime. He always wants to eat the slime.
loved the movie in theaters and the article was nice for the crafting aspect too.
Haven’t had gummy bear slime nor have I watched this yet.
Looks sufficiently messy to be great fun!
Awesome, sounds like a gooey fun activity
My kids would love this! Saving for this weekend.
what a fun DIY for kids 🙂
This is a great recipe, I think my niece would love to make this.
That looks like a whole lot of fun!
This is the neatest slime!!! We haven’t seen Goosebumps 2. This would be fun to do, and no worries if they take a taste!
This will be great to do with all of my granddaughters one weekend.
I would love to make slime with my niece!
I love this slime recipe and will have to make it with my daughter. Thanks for sharing!
I am so impressed! My kids read a few books but weren’t completely enamored. This activity, however, would have rocked!
This is such a fun idea. Thanks for the recipe!