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After a year of sobriety from the first half of the final episodes of Breaking Bad, we finally got our fix with the premiere of the 2nd part of the 5th season. To celebrate we channeled our inner Heisenberg and made up a batch of that blue stuff, YO.

First of all, this recipe is for wholesale amounts. We don’t produce that nickel and dime kid stuff. We’re Glut Life, for Pete’s sake. Equipment you’ll need is a heavy gauge stainless steel pot, candy thermometer, whisk, baking sheets, Pyrex measuring cups and dish. Ingredients are. . . 

  • 1 Cup Distilled Water
  • 1 1/2 Cup Light Corn Syrup
  • 4 Cups Sugar
  • 1/2 Tsp Cream of Tartar
  • 8 Drops of Blue Food Coloring
  • 1/8 Cup Blue Curacao
  • Pinch of Chili Powder

Ok, it’s time to cook. This is where you really need to pay attention, Yo.

In the stainless pot mix in the water, sugar, corn syrup, and cream of tartar. Bring mixture to 260 degrees and stir in the “Blue Magic.” 1/8 cup of Blue Curacao.

Once the mixture reaches 300 degrees and not a degree over, it’s time to pull it from the heat and stir in 8 drops of food coloring. This is chemistry, degrees matter, or the batch will be ruined. Burnt sugar will not make customers happy. Carefully pour into a Pyrex Dish or baking tray and let it cool unrefrigerated.

To have our product stand out on the market we  bid adieu to Cap’n Cook and added a pinch of Chili P to the batch, Yo.

Let the batch sit for at least an hour to harden. Once hardened, it’s time to break out the hammer and start breaking the crystal up.

“This is glass grade. I mean, you got. . . Jesus, you got crystals in here 2 inches, 3 inches long. This is pure glass. You’re a damn artist! This is art, Mr. White!”

After an all night cooking session, it’s time to kick back.

Oh and to all the cookie cutter food bloggers out there. . . STAY OFF OUR TURF.



Life long eaters and best friends since the 3rd grade, Zach Wilkins and Jason Medina created The Glut Life as a pet project. Both were extremely bored of reading dull, stale, "cookie cutter" food blogs. They both guarantee The Glut will ALWAYS come correct, and bring nothing but the freshest content.



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  • Anonymous

    GREAT article! Wonder how the stuff is? Not sure about adding the Chili P…..

  • Jay Melo

    Don’t use a hammer on your pyrex baking pan. Pyrex will break if you are too rough.

  • Christopher Azevedo

    YO! THIS SCIENCE MR WHITE

  • Madi Taylor

    i accidentally added the liquor too soon. Before i put it over heat. Is it still gonna turn out okay?

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