Food

Two guys made ‘real food’ using Play-Doh tools … delish!

If you got to play with tubs of Play-Doh as a child, curiosity probably got the best of you on a few occasions and you ended up tasting the play dough, right? It’s salty and a little slimy but not overly disgusting. I wouldn’t snack on it, but Play-Doh tasted better than most vegetables back when I was a kid. Well, two guys (grownup guys) decided to make an entire spread of real food using just Play-Doh and Play-Doh tools.

Just to be safe, this creative duo made their own Play-Doh concoctions using flour and water, then mixed in veggies, fruits and food colouring to create a ‘safe-to-eat’ version.

Hot dog buns, spaghetti and meatballs, and toast are the meals of the day in this epic video that none of us should ever replicate!

Via Design Taxi

Real food is created using only Play-Doh and Play-Doh tools
Real food is created using only Play-Doh and Play-Doh tools
Real food is created using only Play-Doh and Play-Doh tools
Real food is created using only Play-Doh and Play-Doh tools
Real food is created using only Play-Doh and Play-Doh tools

About the author

Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. She’ll remind you she’s a vegan every chance she gets. Her IG is filled with doggo pics: @patty_pottymouth

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