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DIY Edible Slime at #CampWarnerBros

*Coverage of the Camp Warner Bros campaign done in partnership with WB. We received this movie free of charge in exchange for sharing details about this virtual summer camp. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

Slime drives me absolutely bananas but DIY slime you can eat?! That certainly got my attention. If the kids could only eat all of their messes, all homes would be a better place!

I’ve got to say that we’ve been having such a blast with the virtual Camp Warner Bros.! I truly wish it was a year-round event. It’s certainly inspired me to try to do more experiments and crafts with the kids and on the blog!

Week three’s feature is called We Bare Bears: The Movie. The kids apparently knew all about this Cartoon Network group of bears but it was brand new to me! They are a trio of brother bears: Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear. The story follows them on their adventure to escape a foe and is packed with hilariousness and action. The kids love the show and loved the movie even more so I say that it’s worth picking up a copy to treat everyone to something new! I would say this was their favorite movie so far this summer because within two days, they asked if they could watch it again and were thrilled to discover that we own it and they can watch it as much as they’d like! You can own it now on digital, Blu-Ray, and DVD.

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We’re also thrilled that We Bear Bears brings us to this week’s treat: GUMMY BEARS! This DIY slime could not be made possible without those delicious squishy bears! For a printable version of this tutorial, click here. You can also find our tutorial video here.

Here’s what you’ll need:

Gummy bears

1/3 cup powdered sugar

1/3 cup cornstarch




Edible glitter or sprinkles (optional)



1. Place desired number and color of gummy bears into microwave-safe bowl.

2. Microwave 10 seconds at a time and stir until melted.

melted gummy bears

3. Combine cornstarch and sugar in a separate bowl.

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4. Mix one spoonful at a time of powdered mixture into melted gummy bears, stirring thoroughly until gooey. If slime seems too sticky, add another spoonful.

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5. If you’re adding glitter or sprinkles, mix it in now.

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6. Remove the slime from your bowl, squish it, stretch it, eat as desired!

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If you make your own gummy bear slime, tell us how it turns out!

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2 thoughts on “DIY Edible Slime at #CampWarnerBros

  1. This edible slime looks very easy to make. My grandchildren would enjoy it! We Bare Bears seems like a really fun show and movie.

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