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Finally, The Recipe for 'Double Dare' Slime Revealed!

Posted October 27, 2011 - By Mike D'Alonzo

Finally, The Recipe for 'Double Dare' Slime Revealed!

Remember Double Dare on Nickelodeon? Of course you do, and the reason you remember it is that it was often punctuated with sorry saps getting a rainstorm of goopy looking green slime or having to trudge through a river of the stuff. It was gross, but you always wondered exactly what they put in that stuff, didn't you?

Well, wonder no more, because Dare host Marc Summers, who has reinvented himself as a very, very rich man hosting Unwrapped on Food Network, and as the producer of Dinner Impossible and all kinds of other food-related shows, revealed the recipe in an interview with Gourmet Live.

So, what was in it? Vanilla pudding, applesauce, oatmeal, and green food coloring. Doesn't sound too bad, does it? Well, Summers pointed out that it was edible for about the first hour, and then was mixed with whatever else was on the course, and then you start to think about just how disgusting the stuff must have been.

But, we thought you'd want to know, so there it is. Enjoy!

Comments are Closed


    As a contestant for Slime Time Live, I did Sliming for Apples and recall that stuff being quite tasty. The vanilla pudding was the obvious flavor.

    Getting it out of your hair and clothes was an unexpected physical challenge but if I had the opportunity, I'd do it again.

    Posted: October 29, 2011 7:56 PM