Candy – Blue Sky – Breaking Bad Candy

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“Blue Sky” A Candy duplicte of the Notoriuos Meth created on Breaking Bad by Walter White and Jesse Pinkman

Step 1: Ingredients and Recipe

  • 2 cups sugar
  • 2/3 cup light corn syrup
  • 4 Tbs water
  • blue food dye

Step 2: Bring Sugar Mixture to a Boil

Bring sugar, corn syrup, 2 drops of blue food coloring and 4 Tbs water to a boil in a small saucepan, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Don’t stir, but occasionally wash down sides of pan with a pastry brush dipped in cold water to prevent crystals from forming; boil until mixture turns golden, 5 to 7 minutes.

Step 3: Pour Sugar Out into Sheets

Line a few baking sheets with nonstick baking mats or parchment paper. (Cut it down to better fit the pan, it will make it easier to remove.

Pour the melted sugar mixture in a line down the center of the pan.  Using the back of a serving spoon or metal table spoon, spread sugar into a thin flat sheet.

Once you have the mixture spread into a flat sheet, let it cool and harden for 5-10 minutes.  Once the mixture is hard, pull it away from the mat or parchment.  The idea here is to have crystals so you can simply start breaking it up

Serve in small plastic bags

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VOILÁ “Blue Sky” Candy Style


2 thoughts on “Candy – Blue Sky – Breaking Bad Candy

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  2. Great idea but it’s harder than it looks. At least for me. I wanted to simulate ice for a Frozen Birthday party. First attempt it looked blue but it never solidified. Do NOT put it in fridge, which is what I did to try and fix it. I believe that even though I let it boil for 7 min it wasn’t hot enough. Thinking I didn’t have anything to lose, I baked it. That actually seemed to work. I tried a second batch and this time I think I cooked it too long because the entire thing turned green. Tried to add more food coloring which helped marginally. So my advice is to be sure you’re cooking it at highest temp for at least 7 minutes but be careful not to burn it.

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