Green Goop Recipe: A super goop slime that is fast flowing for all your amazing slime crafts. Look below for video, tutorial and way to use this slime!
For all the slime recipes we make, there are some that are just not like the others. You can make slime ooey, gooey and sticky or super slime like this slime recipe without borax (saline). While slime is obviously gooey, gooey and gak-ish, typically (when made correctly) it doesn’t stick to you and everything you own. But every now and again we are able to perfect a fun flowing recipe that you can play with that still has a super fast flow like this green goop. I realize that we are calling it goop but it doesn’t matter what you name it- snot, quicksand or plain old slime, the result is the same- a fun experience that you can do a multitude of things with. So grab your glue, learn how to make slime, and meet me below for this green goop recipe.
(video below too!)
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Green Goop Ingredients
Every slime recipe has a set of ingredients you need. This one is a super simple recipe and while it requires very little ingredients and skill, it can take some figuring out to find just the right amount of flow. Remember that creating slime is a science experiment more of an art, so do not be afraid to put a little more of this or a little more of that to get the results you want. In this case, you need 3 main things no matter what:
- Clear Glue (finding this in a gallon is HARD so you can see if they have it here…if you find it, GET IT! Otherwise you can get smaller bottles)
- Starch – again another one of those items that isn’t always easy to find
- Food Dye– I only use Wiltons Color right because it has produced a consistently beautiful slime for us, its the best and can be used in your dessert recipes too
- sprinkles (optional)- On this one I used huge big ball sprinkles, you can also see them in the Birthday Slime
NOTE BEFORE WE GET STARTED: First when it comes to slime, please know that its a science project. It shouldn’t be done with really tiny children or kids that put things in their mouths. Maybe dyed spaghetti is better for the little’s. At the end of the day, slime is a fun project but also one that you should create with caution.
Green Goop Recipe
To create this green goop recipe, you will need to do the same thing as always- mix your glue and your starch. The thing about clear glue is that you need more starch than normal. I am not giving exact measurements because it mostly depends on how much slime you want to make. We typically pour in about a cup of glue, then add your colorant, and then a cup of starch when it comes to clear glue. Again, when you use CLEAR GLUE, it will have a faster flow and will not work like regular hard glue slimes. The point is to leave it super flowing!
While we added some fun sprinkles for this recipe, you can also add other items like this Loom Bands Slime here. Get creative!
Watch video below to see how it works! (scroll down!)
Green Goop Video
Want to see how awesome this slime is? Check out this gorgeous flow!
PAINTING WITH GOOP!
Also, see how you can PAINT with this slime! Watch this super quick video to see two amazing things you can do with this slime due to its consistency!
See how slime is made in this helpful quick video
If you are still having trouble, talk to me and see some of the stages! Check it out~