'90s Nostalgia Alert! Nickelodeon Slime Ice Cream Is Coming Soon to Walmart
And it definitely tastes better than the original stuff.
This story originally appeared on People.com by Ana Calderone.
Nickelodeon Slime ice cream cups and frozen bars will be launching at the superstore on Monday, PEOPLE can reveal exclusively. The cups, which retail for $4.97 for 12, are made with low-fat vanilla ice cream and green icing swirls, and the pops, costing $2.97 for a pack of 12, are a combination of creamy lemon lime and orange ices.
Both are undoubtedly more delicious than the gooey stuff dumped on countless celebrities and contestants since its debut on You Can't Do That on Television in 1979.
In 2017, former Double Dare and What Would You Do? host Marc Summers revealed that the sticky slime is actually made up of vanilla pudding, apple sauce, green food coloring and a little oatmeal. He was prompted to dish about the recipe when hundreds of at-home versions started popping up online.
"You know, it's weird. Slime is hot again," Summers said at the time.
Jell-O has since created edible slime to save parents the trouble of making it themselves (or actually cause more trouble if you consider the potential mess). Jell-O's product comes in two flavors: Monster Lime and Unicorn Strawberry flavors.
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