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Musk Sticks

You know those weeks that endlessly drag, those weeks were sitting down is always a thought but never a reality, your legs ache to the point where your not even sure that they are still attached, you accidentally burn everything you try to cook because your doing something else that should have been done last week, well thanks to the cook processor by KitchenAid you no longer have to eat burnt dinners… no seriously its been one of those weeks.

Being in the kitchen is so rarely a chore for me, I thrive on a perfect buttercream, a level cake, the smell of almost anything being baked to perfection, sadly this week its been something I’ve dreaded.

Last week though I bought musk flavouring with the plan to make musk sticks which have been on my to make list for months upon months (I bought it from here) So buy it, even if you have no plans for it except to sit there smelling it:)

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This recipe can also be found at http://cookprocessor.kitchenaid.com.au/recipes or you can download the Cook Processor app from the Australian iTunes Store.

 

Musk sticks
Print Recipe
Exactly the same as what you ate when you were younger
Servings Prep Time
90 20 minutes
Passive Time
12 hours drying time
Servings Prep Time
90 20 minutes
Passive Time
12 hours drying time
Musk sticks
Print Recipe
Exactly the same as what you ate when you were younger
Servings Prep Time
90 20 minutes
Passive Time
12 hours drying time
Servings Prep Time
90 20 minutes
Passive Time
12 hours drying time
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Using multiblade Add water, glucose syrup, gelatine and food colouring into the main bowl.
  2. Dissolve the gelatine at 40°C, 2 mins, speed 1 .
  3. Add 1/3 of the sugar and mix 20 seconds at speed 2. Scrape down bowl.
  4. Repeat with another 1/3 of sugar
  5. Add the last 1/3 of sugar and the musk flavouring and mix 20 seconds speed 2 making sure all ingredients are combined.
  6. Add the mixture to a piping bag and pipe your musk sticks about 6 cms long onto baking paper.
  7. Allow to dry for approx 12 hours. So that the bottoms dry too, flip them over gently after 4 or so hours.
Recipe Notes

Recipe from here

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8 Comments

  • Reply
    Dani @ House in Tillford
    July 31, 2015 at 3:01 am

    I love musk sticks but never thought to make them myself, yum!

    • Reply
      Suzanne
      August 2, 2015 at 7:11 am

      I know, amazing right, cant wait to see if bananas work as well:)

  • Reply
    Louise
    August 2, 2015 at 8:34 am

    Where do you buy musk oil?

  • Reply
    Vanessa
    August 3, 2015 at 8:43 pm

    I have been meaning to try out musk sticks for almost a good year now! Can’t wait to try it out interest CP!!

    • Reply
      Suzanne
      August 4, 2015 at 7:27 am

      Hi Venessa
      Haha I was the same, Im so happy I finally did it though, I couldn’t believe they tasted exactly the same as shop bought:)

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