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Queasy Bake Mixerator from Hasbro (2002)

The Queasy Bake Mixerator was advertised as a way for kids to “make goopy, gooey, nasty looking drinks that taste great!”

Released in 2002 by Hasbro, the Queasy Bake Mixerator was a blender designed to complement the Queasy Bake Cookerator. Powered by two C-batteries, the blender’s colour scheme and ornamentation matched the oven, and the drink mixes were equally creative.

By adding milk to the mixes, kids could make such disgusting-sounding, yet edible, concoctions as Sewer Sludge shakes, Blend-a-Booger & Fizz ‘n Foam Alien drinks, and Swamp snacks.

In 2003, the Mixerator was replaced with pre-packaged drinks called Queasy Bake Queasy Shakers that came in two flavours: Rusty Drain Pipe Drink Mix and Black Hole Vaporizer Drink Mix.

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