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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-14-2010, 03:13 PM
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Re: Homemade dog treat recipes wanted!

I usually just make a paste...then add stuff in it - lol. I use oatmeal as a binder for some as well. So I take something like water, oatmeal, egg, a little flour, and say, some chopped meat and parsley, mix together, bake, and voila

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Re: Homemade dog treat recipes wanted!

looking for a recipe for cookies for my GSD with liver problems, no whole wheat flour as I usually use, one one have suggestions the poor boy is cookie less and on a bland diet

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I did a slight spin off of the Chicken Liver Recipe the other day..

I used Beef Liver (you need to chop it up in small peices or put it in a grinder, before you puree it, or it might ruin your blender.)

20 Oz Beef Liver
2 tbsp of Garlic (Reduced the garlic amount)
5 Cups of wheat flour (Had to increase to amount of flour, it wouldn't roll into a dough ball in a hobart mixer).

Then you have to roll it out by hand, don't use a dough machine to press it, it's to sticky and will get stuck on the rollers.

Get out your favorite cookie cutters, then lay everything on a baking pan, preheat oven to 325 and bake for approx 23 mins (depending on oven) I have a cadco convection. It'll make one full baking pan excately.

It's smelly for a day (Mainly the garlic smell), it bakes up well, my dog loved it.

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Originally Posted by angelaw View Post
Doggie Biscuits – makes about 2 – 2 ½ dz large cookies

2cups rye flour (or other hearty unbleached whole grain flour)
1 cup soy flour (may substitute rye flour but this has lots of protien)
1 cup glutin flour (keeps the dough tight and cookies crisp – may substitute rye flour)
2 cups corn meal (yellow unbleached)
mix well

add 2 eggs
2-3 cups water (or other liquid like blood from livers)

add flavoring

Mix well to a stiff dough (scoopable) – add gluten flour to tighten if necessary
Spray 2 large cookie sheets and ice cream scoop with cooking spray
Preheat oven to 275 – 280

Use 1 ice cream scoop of dough per cookie onto the cookie sheet – can get these close since they don’t spread out
Squash semi-flat with spoon but keep them thick

Bake – top rack if possible or swap 2 cookie sheets with each other between top and bottom rack about ½ way thru baking

For Pnut Butter/Cheese – bake 3 hrs then turn off oven and let them stay in oven over night

For other flavors – bake 2 – 2 ½ hrs then turn off oven and let them stay in oven over night


Beef Flavor
4 tbsp beef bullion granules
2 tsbs pre-grated parmesan (prefer Kraft 100% real parmesan topping)
2 tbsp garlic powder (NOT garlic salt)

Liver Flavor
Drain 2 lb chicken livers and blend to paste
Use blood in place of some of water above

Sausage Flavor
2 lb mild sausage – all natural if possible with little spice – ground/chopped to bits
fry up with ½ cup olive oil

Pnut Butter/Cheese
2-3 cups shredded Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese (not the fake or low fat stuff either)
1 cup GOOD Peanut Butter – spray the measure cup with cooking spray first
Great detailing, makes it useful to people like me. How often does your dog get the biscuits?
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