This homemade slime is a delicious way to make your own slime!
This recipe will also work well in a slow cooker.
You will need about one cup of water and about a cup of sugar and a little bit of yeast.
Let it soak in the refrigerator overnight to make sure it does not spoil.
To make it, add about one tablespoon of flour to the milk and whisk until smooth.
Add the rest of the flour and whisk again until it forms a dough ball.
Turn it out onto a lightly floured surface and roll it out until it is about 2 inches wide and 4 inches long.
It will need to be rolled into a tight circle.
If you want it to be round, you can roll it into a circle instead.
It’s important to roll it in the right direction.
It should be round.
Place the dough ball in a bowl and cover with water.
Put the lid on and let it sit at room temperature overnight.
If the dough is still soft, add a little more flour and keep it covered.
This is called “rolling out” the dough.
When the dough has rolled out, you will notice a thin layer of sticky-like liquid.
That’s how you know it is ready for use.
When it is finished, cut it into pieces about 1/4 inch thick.
Put a large spoonful of the dough into a large bowl and add the butter and sugar.
Stir the mixture together until the butter is melted and the sugar is dissolved.
You can then add a tablespoon of the cheese sauce or any other cheese sauce you prefer.
Once the doughballs are rolled, you should notice that they are very hard and sticky.
They will stick together and will not let go.
Put them in a large mixing bowl and combine the flour, salt, baking soda and vanilla.
Roll out the dough by gently rolling it out into a rough circle.
Put in the baking dish and put it into the refrigerator to soak for a few hours.
If it is too sticky, add more flour, which will make it harder to roll out.
If that does not work, turn the dough out onto the floured, lightly flored surface.
It can be rolled out and then rolled out again, but it is best to keep it rolling out until the dough turns into a hard circle.
Take the dough and roll out into the shape of a small ball, like a small circle.
Place it in a greased baking dish that is at least 12 inches in diameter.
Add about a tablespoon each of butter, sugar, salt and a pinch of pepper.
The baking dish will be the center of the slime.
Place about one inch of the excess dough in the middle of the baking pan.
This should be a circle of about 12 inches.
Roll the slime out to about 1-1/2 inches in width.
If your baking dish is not a rimmed pan, you may need to roll the slime in a circle with the bottom of the dish touching the bottom edge of the circle.
The dough will look like a very, very thin, dark chocolate chip cookie.
When you are finished rolling out, turn it out and sprinkle some powdered sugar on top.
It is important to make the candy-like texture and not too much.
This will make the slime even better.
Serve with fresh fruit and enjoy!