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Doozer stick recipes

Davina

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was wondering if anyone has ever tried to make their own doozer sticks...
my husband and I were discussing this last night and are considering trying to make something similar up,, which got me to wondering if anyone else has ever given it a try...
so.. anyone??

or are we just weirder then advertised???

Thanks!
 

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Actually, that doesn't sound like a bad idea, but how would you be able to make Doozer sticks with radishes? Maybe you could take the same idea that is shown in "The Great Radish Famine." I wouldn't have the slightest clue on how you would do that, though. If anyone succeeds at making their own Doozer sticks, let me know if they're any good.
 

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I have always wondered what Doozer Sticks taste like! I have never even thought of a recipe, but if anyone comes up with something delicious, please post the recipe!

That is a really great idea, Davina. :excited:
 

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Well an easy one that would get sticky is a light caramel. You melt some sugar in some boiling water and wait until its syrupy. Of course you would have to make some kind of mold of something.
 

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Or if you could somehow make sugar crystals, like rock candy, in a stick shape...
 

WiGgY

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I don't think they form straight sticks though.
 

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That's the problem, but they would be clear colored.
 

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Hot glue gun rods look like Doozer sticks, but you can't eat dat!

--Klonoa
 

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Doozer sticks are clear, glue sticks aren't really clear. And I think Doozer sticks are hexagon shaped.

I think there are flavorings that are colorless, but I don't know if you can get them commercially.
 

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I guess turning radishes into Doozer Sticks is like turning potatoes into french fries. It gives a natural vegetable a new shape and a zesty new flavor.
 
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