How to Make Starbucks Edible Slime

slime, science, edible slime, recipe,starbucks slime, marshmallow slime
Edible Slime Recipe! Learn How to Make Starbucks Edible Slime

Have You Ever Wanted to Make A Slime You Can Eat?


Today The Wild Adventure Girls are teaming up with Starbucks to show you how to make your very own Starbucks “Edible Slime!"



Powr.io content is not displayed due to your current cookie settings. Click on the cookie policy (functional and marketing) to agree to the Powr.io cookie policy and view the content. You can find out more about this in the Powr.io privacy policy.

What is Starbucks Edible Slime?  Imagine a delicious hot cocoa inspired slime made from fluffy marshmallows, your favorite Starbucks flavors that you can actually eat like candy!

edible slime, Slime, the wild adventure girls, starbucks slime
Eating Starbucks Edible Slime


Wow!  So, How Do I Make It?


This is where the chocolatey slimy fun begins!  Now it's time to mix a bit of Starbucks magic with gooey slime making epicness.  To make your own Edible Starbucks Slime we will need to combine a few delicious ingredients...

slime, edible slime, slime recipe, the wild adventure girls
Making Edible Slime with Marshmallows


Let's get started with what you need for your own “Edible Starbucks Slime”!!



  1. A bag of Jumbo Marshmallows.
  2. Starbucks Hot Cocoa (You will only need 1 packet per batch).
  3. Powdered Sugar
  4. Cornstarch.
  5. Starbucks Cups.
  6. Sprinkles.
  7. Whip Cream.
  8. Bowls for Mixing.
  9. Tiny Hot Chocolate Marshmallows (optional).
  10. Coconut Oil.


 Now, let's get started!  The first thing we are going to do is take our jumbo marshmallows and pour them into a microwavable bowl.  Next, we will need to sprinkle a packet of delicious Starbucks Hot Cocoa over your marshmallows.  Mm, can you smell that?  Smells amazing right? Okay…let’s keep going!


Now that our marshmallows are covered in chocolate, we will need to heat these delicious fluff drops up!  To do this, so we are going to put our bowl of marshmallows into the microwave for 45 seconds at a time until the marshmallows become nice and melted. (If you have smaller marshmallows try 30 seconds at a time).  

fluffy slime, edible marshmallow slime, melted marshmallows, starbucks
Marshmallows covered in Starbucks Hot Chocolate


Now, that our bowls are heated, we are going to add ½ teaspoon of coconut oil to our mixture and then mix everything until smooth.


Now it’s time to make an edible slime masterpiece.  We are going to take ½ cup of powdered sugar and 1 tablespoon of cornstarch, and keep adding, stirring and mixing until our melted marshmallow becomes a slime you can stretch and touch.


You may want to take it slow with this step…if you add too much powered sugar or corn starch, your slime will be just as delicious, but not as much fun to stretch.


Are you feeling the magic?   At this point your Starbucks slime should be nice and stretchy!  Feel free to go wild and be adventurous and play with your slime!  When you are ready, we are going to move on to one of our favorite parts…the decorating!  

edible slime recipe, starbucks ceo, kevin johnson
Starbucks Edible Slime!

It is now time to get your Starbucks aprons on and create some magic To begin, we are going to take our slime and drizzle it into our Starbucks cups.


Next, we are going to top our slime with some yummy whip cream, edible glitter and tiny marshmallows create a Starbuck slime that Kevin Johnson would be proud of (yes, he is the CEO of Starbucks). 

 Will Angelina, Scarlett and Annabella be stuck in the land of winter morning and pj’s, never to create again because they are too busy eating their Starbucks Slime?  Tune is to see what happens when The Wild Adventure Girls explore the world of chocolate and slime!


Learn How to Make Homemade Bubblegum here:  Bubble Gum Recipe

Now tell us, What Have You Discovered Lately?    Like this Article?  Don't forget to share!

Write a comment

Comments: 1
  • #1

    Samantha (Sunday, 14 March 2021 13:30)

    I would definitely try this challenge.