How to make fluffy slime from scratch, in just 30 minutes
We all know the basics of making fluffy slime: You need some water, some yeast, and some flour, which are all available at most supermarkets.
Then, you need a few ingredients, which you can either use yourself or order online.
The ingredients in this recipe will make the fluffy slime a pretty sweet, fluffy, and fluffy slime, as you can see in the video below.
But if you want to make the sticky, goopy-like stuff that you’ll use for all kinds of things, you’ll need to learn some tricks, and that’s where this recipe comes in.
As you can probably guess, the recipe starts with a lot of simple ingredients.
To make fluffy, gooey, slime-like things, we need flour, water, and a bit of yeast.
We’ll be using this recipe as a base for making the sticky goo that will be sticky and sticky-like.
Here’s how you do that: Using a food processor, blend your flour, salt, and sugar until it forms a ball.
Put the ball of flour in the food processor.
Next, add the yeast.
Process for a few seconds, and then add the water.
Add the water, yeast, flour, and water.
Process until it reaches the right consistency, but don’t let it run out.
It should be thick enough to stick together with no lumps.
Once the dough is smooth, you’re done!
(You can do this with a hand mixer, too, but we’re going to focus on this method here.)
After the dough has come together, fold it into a ball, and refrigerate it for at least an hour.
For best results, leave it at room temperature for at most 24 hours.
If you have time to make a batch, refrigerate at least 4 hours and then transfer the dough to a clean surface.
Make sure you’re keeping the dough together when you transfer it to a bowl, but make sure that you don’t leave the bowl or other containers for too long.
Now that the dough and the yeast have come together nicely, you can add the flour mixture to a large mixing bowl.
In the bowl, mix the yeast mixture with the water mixture until it’s well combined.
Then, add your flour mixture.
Mix for about 3 minutes, until it is smooth.
Use your hands to fold the dough in half, and place it in the bowl.
(It’s okay if you’re not really sure what’s going on in this video.)
Now, you just need to get the dough onto a parchment-lined baking sheet.
Fill the baking sheet with the dough.
Set it aside to cool for a couple of hours, and transfer the frozen dough to the refrigerator.
You should have a batch of fluffy slime in the refrigerator, ready to be used for all sorts of uses. Enjoy!