This easy caramel apple slime is a great fall slime recipe to bring those fun fall vibes into sensory play time. I love this easy slime–and the best part is, the kids love it too!
Caramel Apple Slime
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are constantly being badgered by tiny humans for slime. I run out of ideas sometimes and have to find inspiration in random things. When I came up with this caramel apple slime, I really felt like I was channeling fall vibes.
This is such a simple fall slime recipe that really ends up being more awesome than anything we’ve ever bought in the store. If you’re ready to bring fall to your slime-hungry kiddos, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make This Fall Slime recipe
- No apple cider fragrance oil? That’s ok! You can use apple food flavoring or even just a few drops of apple juice. It’s not going to be quite the same, but you’ll still get a yummy smell.
- Want to make cleanup a breeze? Put parchment paper over the table where the kids are going to play with the caramel apple slime.
How Do I Make this Caramel Apple Slime ?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- 1 airtight container
- 1 5 oz bottle of clear glue*
- ½ cup water *
- ½ tsp baking soda*
- 1 tbsp contact solution*
- Red food coloring
- Red fine glitter
- Caramel paint
- Apple Cider Fragrance Oil
- Brown Polymer Clay
- Small bowl
- *Will need two of each of these
- In a bowl, pour the entire 5 oz bottle of clear glue.
- Add in ½ cup of water.
- Drop a few drops of red food coloring. Stir.
- Pour in some glitter.
- Add in ½ tsp baking soda and stir.
- Add a few drops of apple cider fragrance oil.
- Add 1 tbsp contact solution. It will instantly begin to form.
- It will be STICKY! Don’t panic! Mix the solution in the bowl until it starts to form.
- Knead the slime until it is no longer sticky. Set aside.
- Repeat the process, except this time stir in caramel paint color and omit the glitter. Set aside.
- Roll a piece of clay into a long snake shape.
- Cut small pieces to resemble nuts. Bake at 275 for a few minutes on a piece of wax paper.
- Layer the red slime first and add the caramel color on top. Sprinkle in some clay nuts on top.
- Store in an airtight container.
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