Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Dog Biscuits


Now you may think I have gone to the dogs, but I thought I would make theses doggies biscuits for our two little ones. Well I have to cook there meals because Rosie gets a funny tummy when she eats commercial dog food. So why not try making there treats as well, a least I know whats in them.





2 cups wholemeal flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
270g peanut butter
1 cup low fat milk

preheat oven to 190C, Stir together the flour and baking powder, adding peanut butter and milk and mix until combined. Turn dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead till smooth. Roll out to a 1cm thickness and cut into shapes, I used a dog bone and a little dog cookie cutters. ( I don't think the dogs care what shape they are) Bake for 20 minutes or until lightly golden.


They were wolfed down in seconds.

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19 comments:

  1. I'm sure they were much appreciated and look very aptly shaped. Also lets others in the household know who the goodies are for, although they sound edible to the rest of us as well. ;)

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    1. A girlfriend baked some for her dog, and her husband ate one then told her the biscuits weren't up to her usual standard, well they were for the dog.

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  2. This is such a good idea and I wish I had done it while we still had our dog. I'm sure your dogs love you for it. :)

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  3. This is fantastic!! You know these would be great gifts! They look so cute tied up like that!

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    1. That's a great idea, I always bake for Christmas gifts now I can do something the little fire baby's.

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  4. I have a friend in northern CA who set up a successful little business for herself making dog biscuits. I bet yours would be popular, too.
    Gracie :)

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    1. That would a good business I could do from home.

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  5. Brilliant. I'm sure the dogs did love them! Juliex

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  6. Wow, Your dogs are such lucky creatures:)

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  8. We have a Pom named Teddy, who likes to beg for peanut butter toast.....I bet he would love these! Thanks for the recipe :)

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    1. That's what our dogs they love there toast, but they just loved these also.

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  9. I tried making some dog biscuits recently, I don't think they were as popular as yours. They started to go mouldy, how many biscuits did you make?
    Sarahx

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    1. About 30, but I put them in the freezer.

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  10. He seems to LOVE them! I think I would even like them - they look yummy! Christa

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  11. They look really tasty! Apparently I have a track record for eating dog biscuits. When I was 2 I used to share the dog biscuits with the dog next door!

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  12. Ooo, I am going to make these for my little doggy! xx

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  13. Thanks for sharing this recipe, am definitely going to give it a try. My pups are always sniffing around when I'm baking, I'm sure they'd love it if just for once the biscuits were actually for them!
    Happy Thursday,
    xx

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  14. I make Mo's dog food but he doesn't get many treats cuz he can't have most of the stuff in them. Poor guy loves to eat too.

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