Can You Beat Our Best Potato Mashing Score in The Hidden World of Waffles + Mochi?
Calling all small fries! This game from The Hidden World of Waffles + Mochi is more fun than smashing a million potatoes with your actual toes.
Imagine a secret world where your favorite foods come to life and play with you? Sound yummy? Enter The Hidden World of Waffles + Mochi presented by Walmart, an interactive world where you can unlock games, make recipes, and discover secret clips from your favorite series. Here’s the best part: playing earns you fun foodie badges and helps support the Partnership for a Healthier America’s Pass the Love campaign.
Ready to play, small fry? Try your hand at the Potato Mashing game — a mushy, gushy smash-a-thon that’s sort of like Whack-a-Mole but so much more delicious. Playing is simple! Once you tap on the tater and select the game, get your finger moving and chase down rogue potatoes … and tap to smash them! We played a few rounds and got fried after smashing 17 potatoes. Bet you can't mash that score!
The more potatoes you smash, the more points you score! Once you’ve finished the game and banked your badge, head to the recipe and meet Professor Parker P. Potato! Go on an adventure with him to the Andes Mountains, where you’ll learn about the history of the spud and learn how to make homemade potato chips, also known as the top tater prize!
Earning badges helps unlock donations from Walmart to the Partnership for a Healthier America to support their efforts in providing up to 1 million meals to families in need across the country. Walmart’s maximum contribution is $1 million during May 2021.
With a dash of soul.
Deena Campbell · 29 minutes ago
These tasty, easy breakfast recipes for preschoolers through teenagers make weekend mornings 100% more delicious. It's just science.
Erica Silverstein · about 11 hours ago
A chicken teriyaki recipe that takes less than 30 minutes to make? That’s right up there with winning the lottery and world peace.
Camp Kitchen · 7 days ago
Whether he's into nachos, brownies, coffee, or pizza, there's a recipe kids can make just for Dad!
Erica Silverstein · 7 days ago