dog biscuits...homemade of course !

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  1. Maidenmyhome

    Maidenmyhome New Member

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    I found this recipe, and although I have not tried it yet, it looks pretty good.
    Anyone make there own ??
    I let my kids make all sorts of fun shapes with the dough, and they enjoy giving the dog the "special" ones they made !!

    Posted for your enjoyment !! .....................



    I used to make peanut butter dog biscuits for a pet store I used to work for, and people absolutely loved them and bought them all the time. I called them "Extra Tasty Super Satisfying Double Yummy Homemade Canine Cookies of Delight."

    One lady even told me that my dog biscuits saved her dog health; her dog had terrible skin problems and was constantly loosing hair and had dry, cracked skin. After a few weeks eating my peanut butter dog biscuits, she saw major improvements in the dogs coat! I was so happy, I almost cried. [​IMG]

    Anyways, this is the recipe for your use:

    Ingredients:
    3 cups of whole wheat flour
    1 cup of wheat germ
    1 cup of oatmeal (any kind)
    3 heaping tablespoons of peanut butter
    2 cups of water
    1/2 cup of vegetable oil (not too much)
    dash of salt
    1 teaspoon of milk
    1 large egg
    1 tablespoon of flaxmeal

    Directions:
    Mix all the ingredients thoroughly
    Kneed dough thoroughly
    Cut into desired shapes
    Set oven to convection at 325 degrees farenheit
    Bake biscuits for 20 minutes
    Turn biscuits over and bake for 20 more minutes
    All biscuits to cool before serving.

    This is a very large batch that will make 60 to 70 small biscuits. They last 5 to 7 days so make sure to freeze unused portions. My dog seems to like them frozen, as well as fresh!

    They are pretty tasty, and my co-workers used to snack on them frequently. [​IMG]
  2. clane

    clane Bookish Mama

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    our old girl would love this.
  3. 3Gs4Me

    3Gs4Me Blessed Beyond Belief!

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    subbing. Thanks for posting
  4. Maidenmyhome

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    I have since used a recipe I got from Ikea for dog biscuits, and they are fun to make when you are in the mood to bake. i will try and find it and post it as well.
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    Thanks for hte recipe, I'll be tucking it away for future referance :)
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    my dog ollie loves these! thanks for posting
  7. albing07

    albing07 Guest

    A dog biscuit is a hard biscuit -based dietary supplement for dogs or other canine, similar to human snack food. Dog biscuits tend to be hard and dry. I like to discuss more about this thanks for sharing the informative post.
    Regards,
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