Parents·Updated on Mar 13, 2020. Posted on Apr 5, 201617 Food Experiments That Are Good Enough To EatEdible boogers, for one.by Morgan ShanahanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Have a booger eater? Swap out the real stuff for some STEM-approved snot. littlebinsforlittlehands.com Gross your kids out with the recipe from Little Bins for Little Hands. 2. Explore the wonderful weirdness of candy by dissolving gumdrops in water. littlebinsforlittlehands.com Get details here. 3. Or use Everlasting Gobstoppers and watch the changing colors stay in their own lanes. stevespanglerscience.com These colors don't run, but they do change as the candy dissolves! Learn more HERE! 4. I mean...if they're gonna eat the Play-Doh anyway, might as well make it taste good! danyabanya.com This one is peanut butter flavored. Get the recipe from Danya Banya. 5. Get down and dirty with an edible earth lesson. adayinfirstgrade.com Learn more at A Day in First Grade. 6. Chewing glass can mean something delicious now! gosciencekids.com Make your own edible glass with Go Science Kids. 7. Take a biology break by making your own yogurt. leftbraincraftbrain.com Find out how HERE! 8. Learning is as easy as churning (butter). littlebinsforlittlehands.com Get the instructions from Little Bins for Little Hands. 9. Give them a glowing good time! danyabanya.com Danya Banya will show you how. 10. Get busy with a variety of eggs-periments. playdoughtoplato.com Playdough to Plato will show you how. 11. Change the state of fruit into sorbet for a cool science-y treat. navigatingbyjoy.com Navigating by Joy has the recipe. 12. Ready to talk dehydration? Turn grapes into raisins! learnplayimagine.com Yum. Learn Play Imagine has you covered. 13. Tired of drinking your juice? Chew it! sciencebuddies.org These homemade juice balls are sure to thrill. Recipe HERE! 14. Show them the power of sour. inspirationlaboratories.com The expression "give it some juice" had to come from somewhere! (Learn more HERE.) 15. Explore the layers of sedimentary rock with these seven-layer cookie bars. hubpages.com Get the deliciously smart recipe HERE. 16. Reversible change can be delicious! littlebinsforlittlehands.com Click HERE if you need more info. 17. Teach them all about genetics with this edible DNA helix. thehappyhousewife.com Get directions from The Happy Housewife.