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Messy Twister

Relaxing games Messy food games


How To Play Messy Twister

This game is a classic messy food game! Basically set up your twister board (or you can use paper plates if you don't have one). On each colour put a different coloured food.

Red - tomato sauce
Blue - blue jelly, blue slime, blue berries
Green - pea soup, pea mixture, beans
Yellow - mustard

Alternatives:
White - flour
Pink - jelly crystals

Then just play twister - when a player falls over, it usually gets very messy!

Materials Needed

twister board (or paper plates), different coloured liquidish foods

Submitted by Joel on 11 Nov 2007 12:00:00

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playing twister with porridge and food colouring works well to, but is strongly recommended for outside or you will spend 3 hours cleaning the floor ( TRUST ME)

Posted by jono_lebis on 3 May 2008 at 4:41:32

I have done this yearly with my kids and they love it!
We tend to use things that stick more...peanut butter, marshmellow cream, and jams of all different kinds.

Posted by Elizabeth Bunten on 18 Aug 2008 at 11:50:56

Ooo that sounds awesome - where do you get "marshmellow cream" from? Or do you just need to mush up marshmellows together?

Posted by Shorty on 18 Aug 2008 at 3:39:27

it comes in a jar

Posted by Cristina on 21 Oct 2009 at 5:07:18

My youth group is gonnna play it Fri night....Do you use a spinner? I think we are using ketchup, mustard, relish,and possibly blue toothpaste...and we are making it on a huge tarp, so we can have couple games going on....

Posted by Lauren on 30 Sep 2010 at 11:28:13

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