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Breaking Bad Teddy Bear Cake: Baking Bad

by Conner Flynn
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How do you recreate that classic moment from Breaking Bad when the teddy bear falls into the pool? You make a cake honoring the pink bear with the missing eye. Actually the waterlogged teddy appeared in many episodes in Season 2, but it has never looked so delicious as this.
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Redditor hollyicing made this cake while suffering a hangover from the night before – yes, she was truly Baking Bad. It looks just like the burned teddy bear that fell into Walter White’s swimming pool. She says that it is a variation of a madeira cake that’s lemon and passion fruit flavor with passion fruit butter icing and stacked using home made passion fruit and lemon jam. Sounds lovely to me.

The eyeball was going to be a Gobstopper, but she couldn’t get a plain white one the right size so it is white marzipan instead. She splashed it with black food dye and then burnt some of it to get the look just right.

Isn’t it just the sweetest thing you’ve ever seen?

[via Obvious Winner via That’s Nerdalicious via Neatorama]

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