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Dog recipies safe for dogs to eat

My school is having a fundraiser we're looking for possibly doing a bake sale with foods that are safe for dogs to eat. Does anyone have any recipes they're willing to give me for me to try? Please and thank you!!!!!!!!

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Liver brownies the recipe originally called for baby rice cereal. I substitute potato flakes.
Puree in blender 1 lb of liver.
Mix in bowl 1c flour, 2c potato flakes, 1T garlic powder.
Add 2 eggs, 1/2c chicken broth (or milk), and the pureed liver. (*I usually end up using a bit more chicken broth).
Mix well and pour into greased 13" x 9" pan. Bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees.

YUMMY!!!

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