Nutella Slime Recipe

How To Make Nutella Slime

Making slime at home with kids is a joy-filled and engaging activity that combines fun, creativity, and a bit of science all into one. Not only does it encourage children’s natural curiosity about the world, but it also provides a hands-on learning experience that is sure to captivate their attention. One of the remarkable things about making slime is that you can often use common household items, transforming them into something wholly different right before your eyes.

In this article, we’re focusing on an unconventional but delightful twist on the classic slime recipe: Nutella slime. Yes, you heard right! Our favorite chocolaty spread isn’t just for breakfast anymore. With a few simple ingredients and steps, you can turn Nutella into a wonderfully unique slime that kids will absolutely love.

Cooking Info


A Large Mixing Bowl

Plastic Bowls

This will hold our ingredients as we combine them to form the slime.

A Plastic Mixing Spoon or Spatula

Plastic Spoon

This will hold our ingredients as we combine them to form the slime.

A Mesuring Cup

Measuring Cups

Ensures that we use the correct amounts of each ingredient to create the perfect slime consistency.

Airtight Storage Container

Ideal for storing the finished slime, helping maintain its texture and prolong its lifespan.



  1. Clear and Clean Your Workspace: Find a spacious table or countertop and clear it of any unnecessary items. Ensure the area is clean to avoid any unwanted particles in your slime.
  2. Gather All Your Ingredients and Tools: Make sure you have your Nutella, white school glue, liquid starch, water, mixing bowl, mixing spoon, measuring cup, and airtight container at the ready. This will make the process smoother and more fun.
  3. Set up an Area for Slime Play and Drying: Designate an area where the kids can play with the slime once it’s done. This could be a large tray, a silicone mat, or simply a clean table covered with craft paper. Also, set aside a flat, non-stick surface for the slime to dry after playtime.
  4. Mix the Nutella and Glue: In your mixing bowl, combine equal parts Nutella and white school glue. For a small batch of slime, half a cup of each should suffice. Use your mixing spoon to stir until you get a smooth, evenly mixed paste.
  5. Add the Water: Gradually add water to the mixture. Start with a quarter of a cup and stir well. The water will thin out the mixture, making the next step easier. If it’s still too thick, add more water a little at a time until it reaches a pudding-like consistency.
  6. Add the Liquid Starch: This step will transform our Nutella-glue mix into slime. Slowly pour in the same amount of liquid starch as you used for the Nutella and glue. As you stir, you’ll see the mixture start to form into a blob. This is the slime forming!
  7. Knead the Slime: Once the slime has formed, it’s time to get your hands dirty. Knead the slime for about 5 minutes until it’s nice and stretchy. If the slime is too sticky, add a little more liquid starch and knead it in.
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