THE GREAT TWINKIE RACE

Ben Wahlman of Concord Church submitted a game I had forgotten about. This game will be fun to watch from the audience perspective. Here are the instructions from Ben.

SUPPLIES

You will need twinkies, mayonnaise, straws and a ziploc bag.

DIRECTIONS

Each student will have to eat 3 twinkles as fast they can. The first to eat them all wins! Here is the catch though, one of the three twinkies is filled with mayonnaise. This always gets some great picture moments for your Facebook page. Definitely not one they will forget anytime soon. I know I didn’t!

To get the mayonnaise inside, take a straw and suck out the cream filing from the three holes on the bottom. Then fill a ziploc bag with mayonnaise and cut a small corner off the bag. Press the mayonnaise out of the ziploc into the empty cavern of the twinkie and presto! You have a mayonnaise filled twinkie ready to slow down any speed eater.

It is usually a good idea to have all of the twinkles unwrapped ahead of time so the students don’t get suspicious of your twinkles. I also put the mayo twinkie the furthest away from them so they eat it last.

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6 Responses to “THE GREAT TWINKIE RACE”

  1. Shane Friesen November 9, 2011 at 3:42 pm #

    We did this Twinkie Contest within the past year using horseradish instead of mayo. We also used a nice sharp knife to cut the bottom out of the Twinkie instead of sucking it out. Lots easier. Check out the highlights about a minute in when the kids discovers the hidden ingredient here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_Xhr4RFhxY

  2. Jr. High Guy Dan December 14, 2011 at 4:19 pm #

    We did it using turkey baby food. The old “stinky twinkie” ;-)

  3. Kenny April 12, 2012 at 11:55 am #

    I did almost the exact same game except I used pudding cups instead of twinkies. I had two chocolate and the last one looked like vanilla but it was mayonnaise.

  4. Katie M. December 17, 2012 at 3:47 pm #

    I want to do this…too bad hostess is out of buisness. Any ideas of an alternative? I’m afraid the pudding would be a little too obvious.

  5. chadswanzy December 20, 2012 at 7:05 am #

    Little Debbie Cloud Cakes

  6. Bob May 22, 2013 at 5:25 am #

    R.I.P our dearly loved brother.We anxiously await your resurrection!

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