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Hi, Robin. Great question (and great idea to extend what you have without a whole new [costly!] installation)!
I found this video that shows how to use Stone Coat on top of laminate. I believe adding a support base, with a plywood (sealed) to keep it level would be applicable in your case.
Please keep us posted!!
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Changing up an Orange Formica Countertop With Concrete