Are you the one who bakes?
Drugs and sweet snacks have a long history together, so of course it’s about time there was a Breaking Bad parody cookbook that offers up recipes for Walter Wheat’s specialties—including “Buried Barrel Dessert,” “Heisen(Batten) Burg Cake” (yes, there’s an edible black hat), and “Box Cutter Doughnuts.” Load up on your blue rock candy, go easy on the chili P., and watch the exclusive trailer below to get ready for Baking Bad: A Parody in a Cookbook, available on Oct. 28.
RICIN KRISPIE SQUARES
25% Pure | Dosage: 6 people
How are you feeling? Kind of unwell? Like you have the flu maybe? Then this tasty treat is just what you needed to lift your spirits.
Oil for greasing
2oz / 50g butter
12oz / 300g mini marshmallows
6oz / 175g Rice Krispies
Green gel food color
2oz / 50g royal icing, to pipe
Do not confuse this dish with “Lily of the Valley Krispie Treats,” though the effects can be similar.
(This plan might take a few attempts to work, so you’re going to need to be patient.)
1. Grease a 13 x 9 inch/32cm x 23cm tray bake tin with oil.
2. Melt the butter in a large, heavy-based saucepan over low heat.
3. Add the marshmallows and cook gently until they are completely melted and blended, stirring constantly. Add the green coloring and mix well.
4. Take the pan off the head and immediately add the rice krispies, mixing lightly until well coated.
5. Press the mixture into the prepared tin and spread the mixture into the corners. It will be very sticky. Flatten the top.
6. Keep away from children at all times (unless absolutely necessary.)
7. Let the mix cool completely in the tin before cutting into squares.
8. Put the icing into a small piping bag fitted with a writing nozzle and pipe on letters and outlines as shown.
9. Serve right away, or store behind an electrical outlet.
Copyright ©2014 Walter Wheat. From Baking Bad: A Parody in a Cookbook by Walter Wheat, a Hachette Books hardcover on sale October 21st. All Rights Reserved. Used with Permission. This book is a parody and has not been prepared, approved, or authorized by the creators of Breaking Bad.