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New Way to Make Colored and Scented Rice for Sensory Play

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This new method uses Duncan Hines Frosting Creations. They are powders used to color, scent, and flavor white frosting, but you can also use them to create really awesome  colored and unique scented rice for sensory play!
How to Make:

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Bowl of uncooked rice (3-4 cups per color)

Choose your choice of frosting creation powder. (2 packets of each color to color for about 3-4 cups of rice)

Rubbing Alcohol
1. Put 1 Tblsp  of rubbing alcohol into the bowl of rice
2. Stir well to coat all the rice with the alcohol
3. Add your packets of Frosting Creations
 When your rice dries, the alcohol smell will dissipate, and you’ll be able to smell the yummy scent!
5. Whisk or stir well to color all the rice
6. Lay the rice out to dry flat on a cookie sheet or tin foil

Author:

Mother, Pediatric Nurse and a Trail Blazer for Positive Change.

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