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okay so I have this idea but am not sure if I can make it happen allergen friendly.<br><br>
I want to buy a large roll of paper at home-depot and then my idea would be to have "vanilla pudding" and add food coloring to the puddings and then let the kids go at it painting the paper and eating the pudding.<br><br>
is there ANYTHING that wouldn't take FOREVER to make that would make this work for her party that is<br><br>
Gluten, Dairy, and soy free?!!<br><br>
my DS cannot have egg but DD (whose bday it is) CAN so if it would make it possible...I could make another egg free bowl of pudding for DS and tell him not to EAT the painting kind (he would obey--though maybe having him play in it isn't smart either?!!) I dunno. maybe it's impossible---any ideas or something close to it that would work?! THANKS!!!!<br><br>
oh and would the idea be VERY expensive? (as in I have a recipe that uses young thai coconut meat-not sure that would be affordable for a party with this many kids)
 

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I haven't made cornstarch finger paint in a long time, but you should be able to find some recipes. I won't taste good like pudding, but I like some separation between art projects and food. Especially if you have several children that will all have their hands in it and then be licking their fingers.
 

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Here is one with egg yolks and almond milk:<br><a href="http://dairyfreecooking.about.com/od/custardspuddings/r/vanilpudding.htm" target="_blank">http://dairyfreecooking.about.com/od...nilpudding.htm</a>
 

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I haven't made cornstarch finger paint in a long time, but you should be able to find some recipes. I won't taste good like pudding, but I like some separation between art projects and food. Especially if you have several children that will all have their hands in it and then be licking their fingers.</div>
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do you think the actual cornstarch paint would be better or the original fingerpaint recipe made with cornstarch? (I gues I should probably try both before a party huh?!!)
 

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I know this is months later (I made the cornstarch paint and it worked great) but I am looking at the kraft JellO intant pudding (sguar full) kind and can't find gluten, dairy, or egg on there--am I mistaken?! how did they make pudding without egg?
 
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